Concrete5 Website Designer/Developer

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Art Scene Today
 Virtual
Posted: September 22 2015
Company Location: Forest Hills, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

ArtSceneToday.com is an online gallery and resource website for emerging artists. We provide exposure through online art competitions and exhibitions, with winners receiving ongoing profile pages and social media postings. With over 5,000 monthly visitors, we are currently seeking interns to help with site updates, SEO improvements, social media postings to improve our ranking.

Responsibilities

The Computer Science Intern will be given specific assignments relating to the ongoing work of ArtSceneToday.com in the following areas:
• Customize Concrete5 themes and templates
• Update current C5 websites
• Work on SEO functions to increase search engine ranking using SEM/SEO techniques.
• Work on optimizing website to help boosting site traffic, using Google Analytics.
• Help develop new relationships with bloggers and key influencers in the social media space of the fine art world.
• Assist in keeping social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest) up to date.

Requirements

The Computer Science Intern must have knowledge and experience in the following areas:
• General graphic design – Photoshop, Illustrator
• Website design and development skills; working with themes and templates
• CMS platforms – specifically experience with Concrete5
• SEO best practices
• Basic social media best practices – specifically Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube

Skills

Preferred - Social Media Communications

How To Apply

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