Position title: Content Marketer
Reports to: Content Marketer Team Leader
Purpose: To create relevant articles and work closely together with other Content Marketing Specialists and SEO Specialists.
Create relevant articles for the internal product.
Work closely together with other Content Marketing Specialists and SEO Specialists.
Create excellent unique content for external guest post submissions. Topics will be mainly design, business, and marketing.
Proofreading content to ensure it's appropriate, well-researched, and well-written.
Advanced level of English.
Creative writing skills.
Experience in content writing.
Marketing or communications background.
- The ability to research topics thoroughly.
Great to have:
Basic SEO knowledge
What is our way of working?
Placeit Marketing is a creative and energetic team and we’re always seeking ways to innovate and improve our goals.
How is a typical day?
A typical day is spent researching trends, what people want to read about and creating articles that will stand out.
How is the work process, from idea to final product?
You will be assigned three to five topics to research a week, for each of them, you will draft an article and it will be proofread before approval. The goal is to have it published on relevant sites.
How can I contribute to the team? Can I contribute with my own style and knowledge?
You can contribute with your original writing skills as well the disposition to help out in other tasks related to content writing like research for new post ideas.
What is the goal of the department?
To increase Placeit’s revenue via organic growth.
Which metrics do we use to guide the department?
We mostly use Google Analytics and assisted conversions to track the performance of our posts.
Get to know your Team Lead
I’m Gabbie, Content Marketing Manager at Placeit. I work with the Organic Content team to create landing pages for Placeit and posts for Placeit Blog. I love to work with creative people who like to create and that aren’t afraid to bring new ideas to the table without losing sight of what would be helpful to our audience.