"I liked speaking with Suzi; she seems to be little junior as I am looking for someone with more experience, though she seemed really lovely as a person!
Hence we aren't moving forward"
Experience is always the curse that gets me! Thinking back over the interview, though, it wasn't really a surprise. The position I was applying for was in marketing, which I did not fully realize going into the interview. (I knew very little about what the job entailed.) While I know how to sell in person I choked a bit when asked how I would market products online. I started talking about social media, but once the interviewer said social media was a separate division I had trouble coming up with additional ways of generating promotion. It's something I'll put some effort into learning more about in the next few weeks because if I want to pursue this sort of job at this or another Big DotCom, I'd better have a better answer prepared next time. Besides, I should probably learn more about basic marketing terminology - I didn't study it in school, and I think the inability to express myself in the "proper" marketing jargon cost me the job, since there didn't see to be any deficit in my general knowledge of the industry.