We need help to create A.I. powered interactive English teaching content for China's 900M WeChat users.
This position will help to create the initial content, and we will teach applicants to create interactive content like they use in the Quartz news app.
This position is good for people looking to learn how to create more interactive and engaging social media content.
CRL technology is a cross-platform for spatial recognition and understanding, and it has an AI-based re-visualization layer that utilizes SDKs like Project Tango and ARkit to make a true ‘Holodeck’ experience possible. We've been focused on developing our product, and now need your skills to help setup our content marketing strategy and create engaging content.
We'd like to setup WeChat as a distribution channel, and then create content that is relevant for the China market. Some content creation will also be focused on Western markets.
At Maijin, we aim to constantly understand the newest trends amongst students and what brands are looking for when launching campaigns in China. Our goal is to successfully connect and engage brands, from across the world, with university students across China.
In this project we are looking for new ideas, student and client feedback to keep improving the solution that our platform offers. We want to identify new brands to engage with, dive deep into understanding their key success metrics, and build a larger customer database by converting them from leads.
Mobio needs an online presence to match its rapid global expansion. This online presence requires content that describes Mobio's activities as well as related technologies & trends so that the public understand who Mobio is and what it is we are trying to achieve. The content will be created by the incoming team in collaboration with the mentor and distributed via various channels including instagram, facebook, wechat, linkedin, snapchat, e-newsletters, bloggers, directly on Mobio's websites and via traditional media.
Via our Mixpanel data analytics platform we currently collect data on the way in which hotel guests navigate the hotel, its outlets and, perhaps most importantly, the city they are visiting. Guests carry our customised smartphones with them and use them for guidance on the trendiest and most appealing spots in town. With your help we want to better understand the effectiveness of our content coverage and analyse patterns that could potentially provide a level of detail that might go as far as understanding as to what a certain traveller demographic likes doing most.