Online Marketing Specialist
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Online Marketing Specialist

Employer
AIESEC UK Ltd
Salary
Competitive salary
Location
Lisbon
Time left to apply
Less than a day to apply on Prospects

Job description

Probe.ly, a Lisbon based Cybersecurity startup, is missing marketing skills and is looking for a marketing ninja that has a great and positive attitude and is eager to learn, explore and disrupt marketing techniques.

During the internship, you will master marketing strategies on a B2B SaaS business and measure each phase of the sales funnel, from leads to Conversion. You're going to build an optimized sales funnel, from leads to conversions.

Main activities: marketing and positioning:

  1. Define focus market for startups product/service;
  2. Lead attraction model creation;
  3. Sales routine and new clients aquisition;
  4. Develop implementation plan
  5. Try different marketing campaigns (ads, email, media, content marketing) and measure their impact
  6. Lead generation based on personas/profiles
  7. Improve search-engine rankings / SEO
  8. Staying current on internet marketing trends and how to leverage them on your daily work
  9. Be able to get an x-ray of the customer journey (from marketing campaign to becoming a customer)

Company information

Probe.ly

is a web application security startup, based in Lisbon, Portugal.

Person requirements

Qualifications and experience requirements

  • Bachelors degree in: marketing, communications, business administration or related studies
  • Skills Required: digital marketing, data analytics, SEO, sales
  • Languages: English

Accepted degree subjects

marketing and advertising studies · business and management studies · media studies and publishing

Salary

Competitive salary

Location

Lisbon

Contract and working hours

Fixed term · Full-time

Start date

01/01/2018 · Winter

How to apply

Closing date: 20/11/2017

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 20/11/2017

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