Job Description If you are passionate about Search Marketing, strong technically and desire to manage enthusiastic learners, we\u2019d love to talk with you! Your role will involve: Helping define the strategy for the Organic Search channel Advocating for SEO across functional teams including technology, analytics and product teams Building and maintaining strong relationships with key internal partners Being a resource for those looking to learn about SEO and directly manage dedicated and passionate team members Working with the technology and analytics teams to define and implement best practices Advocating for internal projects that have SEO benefits Executing day-to-day activities to meet channel strategies and quarterly objectives Experience and Requirements: 5 years of SEO experience Understanding of advanced web technologies such as responsive\/adaptive design, mobile development Experience with web analytics (Omniture\/SiteCatalyst preferred) Experience with ecommerce websites and platforms Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally to influence others collaboratively Organizational and cultural astuteness Strong communication and organizational skills Ability to innovate and realize new opportunities Ability to respond to shifting priorities quickly and effectively when necessary Strong knowledge of the technical side of SEO
Website : http://www.vistaprint.com
It’s rare that a highly successful company mirrors its original business plan more than 15 years later. Amazingly, the vision and the insight into an unfulfilled customer need which Robert Keane developed in 1994 at the INSEAD business school France is still being realized at Vistaprint, the leading online provider of marketing products and services to small businesses around the globe. Keane, the President, CEO and founder of the company originally cited a gap in the printing and promotional marketplace in 1994 that wasn’t being filled by any vendor: affordable, low-quantity, high-quality customized products for small and micro businesses wanting to make a professional impression with customers. At the time, sole proprietors and truly small businesses were forced to print their own marketing materials or simply go without them due to exorbitant costs.