Posted 7 Mar 2023, 4:54 am
First Marketing Hire For Breakdance Website Builder $120k at Soflyy
We make Breakdance (breakdance.com) - a visual drag & drop website builder that runs on WordPress.
You will be our first marketing hire. You will take us from very little marketing to marketing as effectively as possible.
We are looking for a generalist with proven track record of success in a marketing role at a startup.
You will be responsible for owning and executing all aspects of our marketing efforts, including developing and optimizing paid search and social campaigns on Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube, etc., collaborating with other brands for cross-promotion and partnerships, designing and executing AB tests, creating effective email campaigns, building relationships with influencers, driving organic traffic through SEO, crafting compelling copy and messaging across various channels, setting up and analyzing analytics, developing an effective organic social strategy, executing a content marketing strategy including writing and producing the content, and optimizing the customer journey from awareness to conversion.
In addition to access to our in-house designers, you'll have a budget of approximately $2k/month to hire for video production, graphic design, and other services.
You should have a generalist marketing background and a proven track record of success in a startup marketing role.
You'll need to be technically proficient and able to develop a deep understanding of our product, its features, and the problems it solves, as well as a deep understanding of our users’ and their pain points.
As a remote team, we work asynchronously with minimal meetings and chat to encourage focus time. Your written communication skills must be exceptional, and you should be self-driven and able to solve problems, make decisions, and execute campaigns on your own.
If you're a results-driven marketer with a passion for driving growth at a startup, we want to hear from you!
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