Sports Advertising Internship

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Texas Top 100
 Virtual
Posted: August 31 2015
Company Location: Austin, TX
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Texas Top 100 is a new media entity based out of Austin, Texas, that covers men’s college/high school basketball recruiting. Similar to Rivals and 247 Sports we rank the top players in the state, report on their recruiting experiences and examine recruiting trends.

As a young website we are looking to increase our advertising substantially. From our beginning in February with an average of 200 monthly views, to our now 8,000 views in August alone, we are hoping to capitalize on our boost in popularity.

We are currently looking for an advertising intern to work part-time on a virtual basis. We unfortunately cannot offer school credit at this time, but some compensation could be provided.

Responsibilities

As an intern you will be responsible for bringing in new advertisements for the site. This may include researching potential clients, cold calling, mailings, creating advertisement packages and more. You will work mostly independent and sales commission will be provided based on performance. You also may be in charge for certain social media aspects, in order to promote the site or the advertisers.

Requirements

College student majoring in advertising, marketing, mass communication or another related field.

Self-starter who can work without constant supervision.

Excellent communication skills, verbal and written, organizational skills and knowledge of basic sales techniques.

Some knowledge or interest in sports would be helpful.

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