In an attempt to cut down on expenses, a marketing agency has been outsourcing extra work to their litter of kittens. Exclusive report below.
Mary starts her day much like anyone, a quick breakfast, coffee, and a 15 minute drive to work. She heads to her rented office space where her small team of marketers are waiting to begin work for the day.
Mary never thought she would the owner of a successful marketing agency with international clientele, it was only a couple years ago when this agency was just a vague idea in her head. Today it’s one of the fastest growing agencies in the world.
We asked Mary for some advice on how to build a successful marketing agency and she has this to say:
“At the beginning stages, it’s very difficult to not only find clients, but also find the right employees. When you start off, money is tight, and not everyone is worth the investment. To avoid losing money on reckless and unqualified employees, I trained my cats to complete various simple tasks.”
When asked how does one go about training cats to work at a marketing agency, she had this to say:
“One day I left Word open on my computer and my cat walked across my keyboard. What ended up on the screen after I shooed him away was a 1,000 word completely search engine optimized article with a beautiful cover image. I put him to work right away”
Some people might consider this slave labor but Mary clarified that she does pay her kittens, at industry rates of five belly-rubs an hour.
The kittens get belly rubs; the company gets custom written content.
Sounds like a win win to me.
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