Posted by Willy Franzen on September 27, 2012. Jobs updated daily.
|Wheat Research Technician|
Advance Services Cheney, WA
|Coordinator - Cardiovascular - Clinical Research|
John Muir Health Concord, CA
|Clinical Research Operations Specialist - Oncology|
Maxim Healthcare Services New York, NY
Washington State University Pullman, WA
|Machine Learning Research and Development Scientist|
Gen Nine Louisville, KY
|OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYST|
Santa Ana, Ca Area Jobs Corona, CA
Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ
|Project Manager - Research Informatics|
Amgen Thousand Oaks, CA
Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation Pomona, CA
|Consumer Insights and Research Consultant|
HPI AMS Bay Area Marketing Palo Alto, CA
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Search Engine Optimization is one of the most valuable things that I’ve learned from running One Day One Job. Search (namely Google) is how people find stuff, and what they find often determines where they spend money. There are very few businesses these days that can afford to completely ignore SEO. And that’s why the Inc. 500 is littered with fast-growing SEO companies. The problem is that a lot of the companies out there seem sketchy at best. I can’t tell you to consider working at a company that does SEO when I can see from their site that they have no idea what they’re doing (or even worse that what they do could be harmful). In SEO and online marketing, quality matters. That’s why I was excited to come across some opportunities at BlueGlass in Tampa, FL. They’re aiming to “change the way companies market themselves online with extraordinary strategies, service and software powered by the best minds in digital marketing,” and I have no doubt that they’ll do it.
Why do I have so much confidence in BlueGlass? The people I trust in the industry have nothing but amazing things to say about them. The buzz about BlueGlass is that they’ve put together an awesome team with some really impressive names. BlueGlass’ offerings stretch beyond SEO to Paid Search & Social Ad Management and Content Marketing, but they seem to be pretty focused on being the best at a narrower slice of online marketing. While most of the work that SEO firms do has to be kept under wraps, you can get a sense of what BlueGlass delivers for clients by looking at their case studies. I think that SEO is a great field for new and recent grads to pursue, especially because the barriers to entry are low (though the barriers to success can be huge). It’d be hard to find a better place to learn the business than BlueGlass, which is why you definitely need to check out their Careers page. Right now they have a few great opportunities for new and recent grads including Research Assistant, Junior Outreach Specialist, Search Analyst, and possibly Organic Search Strategist (they want a few years of experience for this one).
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
Have you considered a career in online marketing?
We've identified BlueGlass as having career opportunities in the following categories:
AmeriBanc National Fairfax, VA
|AVON Independent Sales Representative (Part-Time)|
Avon Ashburn, VA
|Assistant Store Manager|
L. L. Bean Oakton, VA
Quad Graphics Purcellville, VA
Outsource Vienna, VA