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Posted: August 25 2016
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DescriptionHerbAdvisors.com is a small startup out of Bend, OR. We will be relaunching our site in October with over $400,000 worth of educational and lifestyle content. It will be the Yelp, meets YouTube meets HighTimes of the market that is expected to exceed the NFL in revenue in 2018.
We are seeking self-motivated marketing students who can think outside the box and can operate without micro-management. Candidates do not need to be actual consumers. Innovation, creativity and ambition are what we seek the most.
This is an unpaid internship, but will work with University for credit. Also, as we are a startup, we will definitely be looking to hire first from within when we acquire financing.
ResponsibilitiesThis will be a remote internship. We will primarily be communicating via Skype.
You will be asked to aggressively seek opportunities for back links to our site.
You will be asked to help us grow our SEO capabilities.
More than anything, you will be required to be semi-entrepreneurial in your job. Come up with your own ideas. Show us new directions we've never thought of.
RequirementsMust have regular access to a computer
Must have more than a pedestrian level of marketing, especially through channels that do not require a big budget to accomplish (we are a boot strapped startup, currently)
Must have understanding of digital and social marketing.
Must either understand SEO, or be prepared to do aggressive research