I have a LinkedIn account for ages, and I have been connecting to friends and colleges, although not actively for quite some time. I have decided that it is about time I used my network.
We are growing and we need to recruit an Online Marketing Wizard, just as we only get the best people for our development team, we have to get the best people for our marketing.
I found out that the best developers where ones that came from our networks, friends of friends, so I am going to try to use my LinkedIn network to find our wizard.
I posted the job description in a few groups that I follow, and I send a message to 50 of my connections asking them to help me find the marketing wizard. I hope that they will forward the message.
So far I already received 3 CV’s from the group job posts.
Just in case you know someone here is the job description:
Online Marketing Wizard
- Knows Marketing
- Experience in internet presence + online marketing activities (at least 2 years)
- Experience in marketing internationally (at least 2 years)
- Some knowledge in offline and general marketing strategies.
- Knows how to define and establish marketing strategies & campaigns – advantage
- Team player and the ability to lead, encourage and motivate people.
- Creative mind
- Specialize in:
o SMM (social media marketing).
o Online Traffic Reporting and Analytics services
o Google AdWords and PPC Services (Pay per Click)
- Experience in working with out-source suppliers
- English Mother tongue – advantage
Its my birthday, which is normally a time for self reflection and lot of fun, alcohol and friends.
As a present my friends gave me a Tandem skydiving, I am waiting for good weather to see why my friends want me to jump out of a flying plane 4 km in the air.
My birthday always falls close to the end of the year, so it is also a good time to see what happen in Typemock last year.
Typemock in 2009
We have had 4 new babes in Typemock from Roy Osherove, Doron Peretz, Shalhevet Segal and Dror Helper. Congrats, First timers: Welcome to parenthood
We have welcomed 4 new employees this year.
We have invested over 15,000 hours in our products and we now have 6 great products to make unit testing easy
- Isolator for SharePoint
- Isolator for ASP.NET
- Isolator for Silverlight
The development team has made a breakthrough with Intellitest, to guide developers into writing good tests easily.
We have started This Week in Testing podcast.
The company has a FedEx day, once every 2 weeks, in which developers can work on their pet project.
Our development process has evolved and is a hybrid between scrum and ToC.
We sold over 100% more licenses, showing us that more developers are jumping on the unit-testing wagon.
Our sales team has managed to help developers successfully implement unit testing in their company. Our site has received a facelift and we have a new coffee machine.
In short, we have had a breakthrough year in our development, our products, our sales and there is much more to come.
To reach these result I have to thank the Typemock team, they are a great team and our amazing customers and partners who made this happen.
Best wishes and a happy new year.
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