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Sales Strategist

Location: Durham, NC
Business unit: Blogads
Start date: ASAP (1 position)

Blogads, a digital advertising firm, has been a media innovator since 1998. We represent 3500+ blogs including market leaders like PerezHilton, DailyKos, Dlisted, and TrailerAddict. We work closely with advertisers in industries including entertainment, consumer packaged goods, retail, and technology.

We are seeking a Sales Strategist to join our Advertising Sales team. Someone who, like us, is passionate about digital media and building relationships.

General Responsibilities:

  • Manage advertiser relationships with clients from New York to Los Angeles
  • Generate leads through outreach via phone, email, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
  • Cultivate relationships with major advertising agencies
  • Work with team members to create innovative proposals
  • Network at conferences and promotional events
  • Help develop ideas for new products and services

We need you to:

  • Be experienced in media sales, promotions, or public relations
  • Have a 4 year college degree
  • Motivated by the fulfillment  of closing a deal
  • Be committed to providing awesome service to clients
  • Have high energy for a fast-paced, ever-changing environment
  • Enjoy in-person meetings and building relationships
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail

Don’t apply if you want structure and monotony
Don’t apply if you dislike music or dogs
Don’t apply if you dislike traveling and meeting new people

Do apply if you want to work with a collaborative, friendly team in downtown Durham
Do apply if you have an interest in advertising and media
Do send us your resume in PDF format and tell us why you want to work for us. Please send to analyst@blogads.com

Click here to apply now.

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