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Friday, June 02, 2006

Search Engine Marketing Position Open

Hi, I've just been informed that a Search Engine Marketing position is open, if there're any SEM professionals that are looking for a job and is willing to relocate to NYC, please Email me at ppzhao at

The position is for a major TV guide company, requires both SEO and PPC skills and experiences. They need a lot of help redesigning their site for SEO and starting their PPC campaigns. The pay range is about $55-$65k, depending on your negotiation skills. Personally speaking, I would prefer working in-house in a big company over working in SEM agencies, so if anyone's interested, you know what to do. The person this position will be reporting to seems like a great person. For a few weeks, I talked to her on a weekly bases and I think she would be a good boss.

Job description from the company:

We have two needs:
1. immediate consulting to make sure the redesign is done properly
2. longterm ongoing expertise and focus on SEO, paid search & generating inbound linking

Update June 13: I just got the full job description from the company in a .doc MS Word file.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

why oh why can't I have some SEM experience huh? lol.


6/02/2006 6:56 PM  
Blogger Paul Zhao said...

Yeah, it would've been perfect for you, Allison, especially with you trying to find a job in NYC. Maybe you're meant to get a job at the Washington Post instead and we'll do lunch all the time. :)

6/03/2006 1:25 AM  
Blogger Allison said...

sign up for an account and add me for all the "juicy" stuff. haha!

6/04/2006 7:55 PM  
Blogger Paul Zhao said...

Ummm........I've signed up for an account and added you as a "friend". I still only see your public stuff.

6/05/2006 11:37 PM  
Blogger Will said...

i thought you were in school at UNCC????

6/09/2006 8:46 PM  
Blogger Paul Zhao said...

Is this the account manager with glasses Will from WBS?

And I currently live right outside of DC, and I'm doing search marketing for the Washington Post.


6/09/2006 9:47 PM  

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