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August 25, 2018, 03:42:34 AM
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Hi everyone!

My name is Thenuka and I'm the Editor-in-Chief at CoinIQ.com.

Our mission is simple:

To make learning about, and investing in cryptocurrency easy, open, and accessible for everyone.

We produce reviews, tutorials, and a variety of other content to help inform the public on cryptocurrency, ICOs, blockchain and other associated topics.

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We're looking to hire a marketing & community manager, and I wanted to get the word out to all of you at BitcoinTalk.

Note: This is a flexible, part-time remote position.

As our community manager, you will be responsible for:

- Creating, and executing on our social media strategy across multiple channels. Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, and Quora are all key channels.
- Managing our email marketing strategy. Creating newsletters, sourcing content, and promoting them to potential subscribers.
- Building relationships with executives at various cryptocurrency and blockchain companies.
- Engaging with our readers and subscribers to better serve their needs.

Preferred Qualifications:

- Prior experience in content marketing, community management or communications.
- Prior experience working in a cryptocurrency or blockchain company.
- The ability to work independently, take responsibility for your own projects and work effectively with a remote team.

If interested, please PM me with the following information on yourself. Any applications without the information below won't be considered.

  • A brief introduction about who you are
  • Your prior experience in marketing, community management, or digital marketing
  • An answer to the following question: Which marketing channels are most important for a website like CoinIQ, and why?
  • What opportunities is CoinIQ currently missing out on?
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Mods - looks like I posted this in the wrong section. I re-posted the thread to the Services section where it belongs. Feel free to delete this one!
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