Sales, Marketing and Media
Posted 27th Sep 2018
Are you looking for a new challenge within marketing? Do you love social media and understand how to make it work for business? Then you are the candidates we are looking for ...
Our marketing strategy is mostly set. Our brand, the brand book, our brand essence are all in place. Our ideas about products, and pricing are too. What we need are sales. This role is all about refining our social media strategy and creating tactical marketing campaigns via social media to reach thousands and thousands of people who really do need what we have to offer them.
Our targets are The Gloomy Walls of Complete Indifference, which surround tens of thousands of people who would buy from us, if they only knew we were here. We have the cannons. We have eager interns who will load the cannons.
The Marketing Strategist determines what ammunition will be used to bring the walls down, where the targets are located, rate of fire, analysis of results, and constant adjustment for the winds of change and other factors. As well as budgets and allocation of spend.
The Marketing Strategist will also determine key messages, client contact strategies, and everything from funnel optimization to cart abandonment responses. And analytics.
In essence, it’s a partnership with the Founder and CEO.
We have a very active PR campaign locally, which is getting good response internationally. The Marketing Strategist will work closely with our PR expert on getting the right messages out in the right places at the right time.
An ecommerce business dedicated to helping people set up and run successful businesses either on their own, or with a team (SME).
• Lively, up to and including exhaustingly enthusiastic
• Keen insight
• Creative and innovative problem solver
• Action-oriented (following the agreed plan)
• Barely-controlled impatience
• May have been regarded as slightly quirky/”different” in past roles. Especially in agencies.
• “Some people see things as they are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were, and ask why not.” (Bobby Kennedy)
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