Hire Me Hire Me Hire Me

A man, who has chosen to remain annonymous, has created Hire Me Google, as a way to attract attention to his cause.

A lot of people want to work for Google. I’m one of them. In order to increase my chances of ever getting noticed (let alone hired) by them I have to stand out. This website is my attempt to do so.
I’ve wanted to work for Google for a long time but until now I’ve been busy with my studies. However, I’m now only one year away from completing my Master’s Degree in Computer Science at the Technical University of Munich. Upon my graduation I’ll be needing a job and for me this seems the perfect time for me to start working for Google.

Is Hire Me Goodby dot com, Hire Me Crispin dot com and Hire Me Wieden dot com next? Someone better jump on those domains. Quick. And if it works, we’ll be expecting our normal fee. Thank you.

About David Burn

Co-founder and editor of AdPulp. I wrote my first ad for a political candidate when I was 17 years old. She won her race and I felt the seductive power of advertising for the first time. I worked for seven agencies in five states before launching my own practice in 2009. Today, I am head of brand strategy and creative at Bonehook in Portland, Oregon.


  1. DomainNameGuy says:

    Sorry. I just bought them all. Plus every possible variation (HiremeCPB, etc.). Also got Hiremestrawberryfrog, mother, fallon, gabriel degrood bendt (hi Tom), etc. You’re all shit out of luck. They’re mine, all mine! For a total price of under twenty bucks. (Insert Dr. Evil laught here.)

  2. Carl LaFong says:

    Yes, DomainNameGuy, but did you think to buy hiremegrey, hiremey&r, hiremejwt, hiremedoner? So much for your evil scheme!

  3. Looking for self promotion ideas?! How about this Xmas card I put together and have let fester all over the net, and dance from ad inbox to ad inbox.
    I look at it as a public service to my fellow writers who may find themselves out of work over the holidays….I also look at it as a viral tool to make a splash here in NYC as I just got here 🙂 Hope other copywriters get a kick out of it.
    Cheers, Jordan