Become a Monster: Find Better
Nothing gets in the way of a Monster...
At Monster our mission is, and has always been, to connect job seekers with jobs and employers with talent. We want to enable everyone to 'Find Better' by not only connecting people, but also championing people to find what they truly want to do, and what they need to do to
To reflect this, and complement our ongoing focus on championing #TechTalent and #CareerConfidence we have launched the ‘Become a Monster’ campaign. The campaign features scenarios encouraging people to think about what they truly want and showing them that they can
overcome barriers by becoming a 'Monster'
and securing the job they deserve.
Monster's 2016 radio & digital ads: Reaching over 2.7 million people in Ireland
The audio ads will feature in 30 and 10 second spots, forming part of a heavyweight nationwide radio campaign, reaching over 60%+ of the Irish population. Additionally, we also have new digital audio and display creative that brings these scenarios to life and they will run across Spotify (audio stories in rotation), as well as Facebook and the Google Search Engine and Display Network.
In addition, the new ten second audio creatives highlight a selection of Monster customers and their job opportunities on the site. These include Allianz Worldwide Care, Phonewatch, Guidewire, Fleetmatics and Comfort Keepers, to showcase the range of companies and jobs on offer at Monster.ie.
Listen to the radio ads
Click on the images below to hear the latest ads.
Digital Advertising Talent
Did you know 1.2m people in Ireland stream audio weekly?
More people are consuming music content through connected devices such as phones, tablets and desktop players. 1.2m people stream digital audio every week in Ireland. Spotify allows us to play audio adverts to users, providing the ability to reach a wider audience and share our 'Become a Monster: Find Better' message.
Listen out on stations such as: Newstalk, 2FM, Today FM, 98FM, RedFM and FM104, as well as Spotify to hear the radio ads across Ireland.