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Wanted: Assistant Internet Marketing 2.0.
Your mother tongue is Dutch. This is an absolute prerequisite.
Level HBO / academic.
Task: 'rightsizing', implementing and executing the fifty-step "Noob online marketing method". The outline of the method is at the end of this message.
Purpose: to help making an Internet Startup a great success.
The main characteristics you need: independent, rich of initiative, creative, communicative, very result oriented and "take the lead".
We seek a practitioner, not a theorist. Someone who really enjoys her or his work, not one to "make the hours".
You work mostly alone. You a well known Google Adwords, AdSense and Analytics.
You are active on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and/or other social media.
Your native language is Dutch, which you speak and write flawlessly. In addition good English reading and writing is a must.
Interested? Then show us your LinkedIn profile or a link to other social media. And of course you know how to convince you're the perfect candidate.
The "Noob Guide to online marketing"
1 - Claim your brand
2 - Set up your Twitter account
3 - Have something to say - define your style
4 - Choose an online email provider
5 - Create a branded email template
6 - Set up a Feedburner account to capture & track RSS readers
7 - Gather emails for a product launch
8 - Set up Google Webmaster Tools
9 - Research and define your core organic search keywords
10 - Set up a Google Analytics account
11 - Establish conversion goals and funnels
12 - Annotate important events in Google Analytics
13 - Start a corporate blog & give your knowledge away for free
14 - Submit your content to social hubs
15 - Bookmark your content on delicious
16 - Build a following on Twitter
17 - Set up a drip campaign for acquisition, education & retention
18 - Architect your blog for search - choose targeted categories
19 - Use SEOmoz campaigns to track your search progress
20 - Add custom reports to your Google Analytics dashboard
21 - Set up an editorial calendar
22 - Enable social sharing mechanisms
23 - Time your tweets
24 - Segment and create lists
25 - Answer questions on LinkedIn & Quora
26 - A single purpose and CTA for every page
27 - Write an eBook
28 - Create a Google AdWords account
29 - Send traffic to landing pages - not your homepage!
30 - Create a conversion oriented Facebook fan page
31 - Connect your blog to Facebook
32 - Seed some Facebook fans
33 - Give something away in exchange for customer data
34 - Rate your pages with the conversion scorecard
35 - Discover under-performing areas of your site
36 - Write guest posts for other blogs
37 - One landing page per ad group
38 - Improve message match for a high quality score
39 - Start networking on LinkedIn
40 - A/B test your emails
41 - Link building
42 - A/B test your landing pages
43 - Try a 5 second test
44 - Write about others to build relationships
45 - Stay in the conversation: Leave Twitter tabs open for "live" social interaction
46 - Create a social media contest page with viral features
47 - Learn from your users using feedback widgets & live chat
48 - Segment inbound traffic sources
49 - Create an infographic
50 - Get some help from a PPC expert