Campaign India Team
Nov 26, 2015

Promoted content: LinkedIn launches Agency Aces Program for India

A highly interactive four-week challenge created for advertising agency professionals

Promoted content: LinkedIn launches Agency Aces Program for India
LinkedIn launches the Agency Aces Program, a four-week challenge especially designed for professionals working in advertising agencies across India. This challenge is highly recommended for agency executives who wish to learn more about the platform, while participating in an interactive activity. LinkedIn also has some cool prizes in store for the winners.
 
Here are three quick steps for participating in the Agency Aces challenge:
 
1. Reading some of our guides and resources on http://marketing.linkedIn.com for information and hints to help answer the questions in the Agency Aces Challenge
 
2. Register and answer our simple quiz questions every week for four weeks. Registrants will also receive an email notification each time new questions are released to help them stay ahead of other competitors
 
3. Spread the word and rack up additional points by inviting colleagues and friends in the agency world to participate. Registrants are highly encouraged to invite their fellow agency colleagues / friends to join and increase their chances in winning attractive prizes, both on an individual as well as an agency level
 
To participate in the Agency Aces Challenge, visit http://lnkd.in/LinkedInAA and register today!
 
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Campaign India

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