Monthly Archives: October 2012

W+K Jobs: PDX Seeking Social Strategist for Old Spice

This could be your desk.

Do you regularly surf the Web?

Can you do Facebook?

Does the prospect of a more digital future get you jazzed?

W+K believes that the World Wide Web has the potential to go mainstream someday.

That’s why we’re looking for a social strategist to help us usher in the future for our beloved client Old Spice.

We’ve created a series of Internet challenges to help us find the perfect candidate. If you think you have what it takes to succeed in the world of tomorrow, we encourage you to participate. The challenges start today and end Monday, November 5th, so don’t wait. All of the pertinent information is here:
http://www.wk.com/jobs/portland/mayipleasehavetheoldspicesocialstrategistjob

Good luck, cyber warriors.

A ROUNDUP OF OUR FAVORITE W+K GLOBAL BLOG POSTS, OCTOBER 15-19

This week, the W+K global offices drink, travel, say hello and goodbye. Check out posts from NYC, London, Portland, Tokyo, Delhi, W+K 12, the Kennedys and Sao Paolo, below.

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We Heart Wordstock: W+K 12 and W+K Tomorrow Get Involved

Wordstock—Portland’s annual literary festival—is back, featuring seven author stages, a book fair, a children’s activity area, and workshops for emerging writers. W+K loves to read (we have our very own inner-office lending library to prove it) and you can catch us in the mix of festivities throughout the weekend.

For 5th consecutive year, W+K 12 has been tasked by the good people at Wordstock to help give the festival a new look and feel. This year, the 12ers decided to make reading a little sexier; spinning the Wordstock website into an eclectic destination for storytellers and story lovers alike.

Complete with lacquer finishes and illuminating neon colors, the site contains bookishly spicy items like flirty lit buttons and a feisty teaser. Festival-goers can also enjoy a new, adults only Red-Chair District as well as experience literary ecstasy on the WordStock Hotline where participating authors “talk wordy” to you on the other end.

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