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Executive Jobs - Online Marketing Executive

Updated on October 12, 2010

Online Marketing Executive Career

I made a great discovery today and I thought it would be useful for fellow hubers to share my research because I was searching for a new job which included executive online marketing. Since I have heard many people say they want to quit their regular day jobs to do affiliate marketing online and participate in revenue sharing, you will be delighted to know that executive careers exist for people with such skills.

Since many upcoming businesses want to have a web presence to display their services, the rapid development in social media means communications executive's need to employ social media developers and SEO specialists to give them access to potential investors searching online.

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Executive Jobs


As we can see in the above advertisement on the classified ads website 'Gumtree', the job vacancy is located in Bristol, United Kingdom and is very close to me, however these sorts of jobs might be less common in smaller cities. The skills which might seem basic to us online publishers might require executive management in the everyday companies where the existing employees haven't spent as much time researching bookmarking tools, countless bookmarking websites with various PR numbering, keyword tools, Statistics programs such as Google Analytics, Google Advert implementation in existing websites and other investments such as paying to display adverts on Facebook and Search Engines.

Marketing Executive

I imagine many online marketers feel quite introverted at times, which is what I heard from many writers on Hubpages who say that their friends and family can't appreciate the skills and effort that goes into creating these online resources. However, we all know that social media is becoming the way of the future and I for one hope to pursue a career exhibiting my skills and possibly become a development executive. In fact, without quality online writers the Internet would be totally a wash with spammy sales pitches and lack of educational value, after all it is evolution of written word into a media more efficient than information on paper.

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Executive Employment


As we can see in the above image, several jobs linked to the techniques applied on Hubpages can be seen. 'Head of Social Media', 'Marketing Development Executive' and 'Online Marketing Executive' are all terms used to describe people with PPC, SEO and marketing skills.

I have so far applied for 3 of these jobs online this week and I will make a phone call to one in the morning, however because of the uncertainty of SEO, guarantees cannot be made by myself that I can ensure high page ranks. Many of these adverts offer an initial contract position to monitor progress, while others propose a 30k/pa salary but I will explain to the potential employer my knowledge and hope to make an impression.

Communications Executive

To end this article I would just like to say that I would enjoy the executive lifestyle very much, the commuting and hussle-bussle of city life is very much in my blood and I would love to follow in my fathers foot steps at being a computer whiz! I already have a degree in graphic design but I believe online community is where my heart lies.

If you to would like to take your passion to the next level I hope this article has been useful and I suggest you follow up with some research of your own.

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    • Richieb799 profile imageAUTHOR

      Richieb799 

      7 years ago from Cardiff, Wales UK

      Didn't get the job after the telephone interview :/ They said they wanted someone with more commercial experience but they liked my websites.

    • Mikeydoes profile image

      Mikeydoes 

      7 years ago from Fl,IL,IND

      What have you found out?

    • Richieb799 profile imageAUTHOR

      Richieb799 

      7 years ago from Cardiff, Wales UK

      You'll know as soon as I do!

    • Spacey Gracey profile image

      Spacey Gracey 

      7 years ago from Essex, UK

      Don't leave us hanging - how did you get on with the job applications?

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