The brief: Find a new digital programmer for our Agency without going over mountains of irrelevant CVs. We wanted to make sure we reached our target audience – programmers.
The insight: We decided to speak to programmers in the language they understand best – programming and source codes, and in a place only they visit – site source code pages.
The solution: We placed ASCII coded "wanted" ads on site source codes. This way we filtered irrelevant audiences. Programmers who were alert and paid attention to the details found our ads and contact e-mail and sent us their CVs.
Digital advertisment created by Y&R, Israel for Y&R, within the category: Agency Self-Promo.
Chief Creative Officer: Gideon Amichay
Executive Interactive Director: Guy Poreh
Creative Directors: Roy Cohen, Sagi Blumberg
Interactive Studio Manager: Lena Feldman
Designers: Nadav Hauptman, Roee Malul
Project Manager: Amichay Katan
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