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Job Listing: DomainTools Seeking SEO & Analytics Manager

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Are you looking for a job or do you know someone else looking for a job? DomainTools is looking to hire one qualified person for a somewhat dual role in the position of SEO and Analytics Manager. I am sure having experience in, or knowledge of the domain industry would make for an even better job candidate.

According to the job listing posted on LinkedIn:

The right candidate will be able to drive SEO for Google and Bing/Yahoo across our very deep PR 7 site, and will be able to counsel on which tools provide the greatest insight (SEOMoz? Covario? BrightEdge? Marin?) for our needs. The role spans a traffic baseof nearly 500K uniques a day on top of a multi-million dollar business, and has direct visibility from members of our Board of Directors.

Consistent with our staffing philosophy to hire ‘fewer, better employees’ than most companies in Seattle, this role will also pioneer our ANALYTICS efforts company-wide.

Similar to the SEO execution, the company will provide whatever tools and resources that are necessary to help surface the kind of actionable data expected from this discipline. Your role will be to collaboratively lead the what/why/how of everything we measure, including membership growth, ad performance, conversion rates, time-on-site, and much, much more. The right candidate will love data, love insight, and welcome the challenge of a multi-faceted role that will keep him or her very busy and engaged.

The dual SEO and ANALYTICS position is a critical addition to our firm and proven abilities in both disciplines are required. More than that, however, the right candidate will have great determination, the drive to work efficiently and independently, and the personality to gel with 15+ similarly motivated professionals across the company.

You can read more about the position, qualification requirements, and information about the company on the LinkedIn listing. If your domain name-related company is hiring and you’d like some exposure for your job opportunity, please send me the details to post.


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Comments (4)

    Jerry

    Is the position in Seattle, or can the person work remotely?

    May 9th, 2011 at 7:04 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ Jerry

      I believe it’s based in Seattle but someone from TC/DT would have to confirm.

      May 9th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    BullS

    Don’t bother applying…most companies post jobs but they don’t fill them because they want to “show” that they are expanding.

    Look at my “BullS” site–lots of job openings with excellent benefits and perks. Domain Gang did a great article too.

    It is called reverse psychology.

    Last but not least- if you cannot handle liquid sunshine for 360 days per year, you will get depress.

    The temp has never gets more than 55F.
    Cost of living is high and taxes will eat you up.

    May 9th, 2011 at 8:34 pm

    DomainTools

    DomainTools is indeed actively seeking a Seattle-based SEO and Analytics manager and we will bring in qualified individuals who are a good fit. We are also proactively seeking to fill a number of engineering roles in addition to a User Experience position. You can find all of those positions posted in a number of places including LinkedIn and on our careers page:

    http://www.domaintools.com/about/join-our-team/
    http://www.linkedin.com/company/domaintools/careers

    P.S. If you haven’t seen the new DomainTools ‘About Us’ page yet, check it out here: http://www.domaintools.com/about/.
    We will have some new additions here soon!

    And, on a side note, though Seattle is known for the rain, it’s really not that bad. We have some amazing restaurants, coffee shops and film festivals to check out when things get damp! The summers are the best when everything is green and temperatures get into the high 70’s to 80’s. Everyone is out enjoying the weather then!

    May 10th, 2011 at 11:06 am

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