SEO Job Search Websites
Seo Job Search Engines
As a follow up from my previous hub a few days a go regarding Online Marketing Executive Jobs, I wanted to give my readers a deeper resource which will point them in the right direction in which to find those job vacancies.
I have already had an amazing response to my enquiries of late, after applying for 3 jobs last week I first received a phone call on Tuesday from the recruitment agency saying that the Loans company were interested to know if I worked directly for Google. I wrote on my C.V that I have been earning through Google Adsense every month so technically I am working for Google and it made me wonder what sort of SEO job would not have heard of Adsense?
Anyhow it was confirmed today that I will have a telephone interview on Tuesday afternoon next week, so I am very excited and also a bit nervous. I know what I have to do and that is to remain confident, calm and explain to them all about my eearch engine submission skills and also how I have uploaded my own websites complete with PPC adverts.
Firstly I would like to say that I did not include pictures of these Seo job website's logo's because I didn't want to get in trouble with copyright laws, however I have included some screen shots of search engine marketing training websites such as SEO book to the left. This service from Firefox offers cost per click, PPC and searching engine ranking knowledge to get businesses up to scratch.
This is the first website I used because it was no1 on Google's search ranking, it has a nice logo which emphasizes the 'O' on the Seo as a magnifying glass. On the search tool provided on their homepage you can search for jobs such as 'Affiliate Marketing', 'Trafficker', 'Link Builder', 'Pay Per Click', 'Email Marketing' and 'Search Engine Marketing'.
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This is the second website which my father actually informed me of and it also offers a wide variety of industry jobs because it is not specifically for SEO.
It allows you to register with them and submit your C.V, then you can find the job that interests you by typing in keywords and selecting a location. I found that job opportunities involving online communication and search engine placement are growing across the UK and the administrator who answers the phone calls was more than happy to listen to the Seo service you can provide then pass the details to the employer.
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Search Engine Optimization Course
This is a unique website that offers a variety of positions in the UK, however I found them particular good for advertising Junior Seo developer jobs and they provided a long list of vacancies. The job I applied for with them was for a Trainee Website/Graphic designer to join a hotel business for a 12 month work experience with pay, having Seo skills was an advantage for the position.
Search Engine Advertising
This was another website with a similar structure as the SeoVancancies one which I mention firstly and allowed you to search for jobs specifically suited to people with online marketing experience. It even has a scrolling window displaying recently added jobs which appears like a kind of RSS feed in the top right-hand corner and although I was unable to find anything suitable to my location, I will definitely be bookmarking this site for future reference.
I'm not sure how popular these job hubs are with my regular readers but I find the information within them particularly valuable, so I hope you have found it interesting and you should surf on over and see the tools available for yourself!
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