Join Wordtracker as our Newsletter Editor

Posted by Justin Deaville on 6 Feb, 2012
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Looking for a new career? Join us at Wordtracker - as our new SEO newsletter editor

Wordtracker is looking for a smart online marketer to work in our London office. You'll have a passion for SEO and expertise in creating online content including blog posts, e-books, and videos.

If you want to be writing and creating content every day, love educating others, and have a keen eye for grammar and style, we want to hear from you.

The ideal candidate will:

    Have a good knowledge of online marketing and social media, including 3+ years of SEO experience
    Have excellent editorial skills
    Be an experienced writer and creator of content on the subject of internet marketing and SEO
    Have run a web presence in a busy, fast-paced environment
    Be analytically inclined

Responsibilities will include:

    Planning and managing our editorial calendar
    Writing articles and blog posts for our newsletter
    Commissioning content for the Wordtracker SEO Academy
    Commissioning and sub-editing material from freelance writers
    Improving visitor-to-lead conversion
    Attending industry events
    Writing, writing, writing ...

At Wordtracker we offer a great company culture. You will be based in a modern open-plan office - with exposed brickwork, lots of space and plenty of natural light - in north London (Kentish Town, about five minutes walk from the tube), England.

We work in a pretty casual environment with flexible working hours. The working day starts at 9.30am. Our lunch on Fridays is provided from a local organic cafe. Of course, there's always plenty of fruit and snacks in the office, a holiday allowance of 23 days a year and a contributory pension scheme. 

Excellent salary (dependent on experience).

If you feel you have what it takes to make this role a success please send your CV along with a covering letter explaining why you are interested to julie@wordtracker.com

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