Online Ski Firm Hiring People To Take Skiing Lessons And Put Up Reviews

In the internet age, digital marketing and all of its King Kong SEO reviews and the like more important than ever, and, as a result, companies are looking for ways to get attention in a highly populated medium with their own gimmicks and promos.

SkiBro, an online ski lesson booking platform, is offering people a chance to learn how to ski and get paid to review. The company’s looking for skiers of all ages and skill levels to test and review their ski lesson programs, with a company spokesperson saying that they’re looking for any skier, whether they’re near professional or have never actually seen snow in their lives.

The company is looking for four reviewers, who can then choose their own ski less package. These four will then be assigned to one of four resorts chosen by SkiBro; Austria’s St. Anton, France’s Val d’Isere, Italy’s Cortina d’Ampezzo, and Switzerland’s Verbier.

The reviewers will take lessons and enjoy the resorts, receiving £600 weekly for reviews, on top of other benefits; travel amendments, lift passes, accommodation, as well as a weekly VIP spa package, amounting to a total of £3500.

Reviewers will be contracted to stay for at least a week, but can be extended to a month, max. On top of having to write reviews to take advantage of digital marketing, a la King Kong SEO reviews, they’ll also be required to post social media updates on their profiles detailing their progress, and make a vlog with the help of a provided videographer.

SkiBro CEO Kieran O’Keeffe stated that they’re curious about a lot of things. They wonder how much a first-time skier can improve in a week. Or if an expert skier will gain more than the cost of lessons. These questions, among others, are the kind of questions they want to answer and show to the world, O’Keeffe said.

SkiBro is taking applications, until Christmas Eve of 2019. Shortlisted prospects will be contacted on Jan 6, 2020. Anyone looking to apply need only send an essay, 200 words or less, to the company, explaining why they’re fit for the job, and complete the online application form.

 

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