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Posted by Willy Franzen on October 7, 2010. Positions below updated every five minutes.
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I moved to a new apartment two weeks ago, but I’ve been forced to work out of my local Starbucks since then because AT&T likes to make you wait a couple of weeks until they install your Internet. It was fun watching people stop in as part of their morning routine, and I also ran into a few friends who apparently frequent this particular Starbucks (I had no idea). And I got offered a job. Some CEO saw that I was reading SEOmoz’s Blog, and asked if I did SEO. When I told him yes, he asked if I needed a job. I obviously said no, but I did give him my card. There are two points to this story. The first is that serendipity can happen in the job search, but nobody is going to offer you a job if they see you browsing Monster.com at Starbucks. You need to be working on something interesting and valuable. People will notice, and they’ll want to hire you. The second is that this guy has some needs at his company, which happens to be #262 on the Inc. 500. The company is named Cellit, and it’s based here in Chicago, IL. They provide “mobile solutions to all by combining world-class customer service and marketing know-how with engineering expertise.” And they must be doing it well—they’ve seen 1,187% growth over the past three years to $2.5 million in revenue.
As you can tell by their name, Cellit is a company that is entirely focused on mobile platforms. If a business wants to get into mobile marketing, Cellit can help them. They have platforms like Cellit Classifieds, Cellit Climate, House4Cell, and CouponZap, while they also do Custom Mobile Application Development. Mobile is just getting bigger and bigger, so it should be no surprise that Cellit has already worked with names like IKEA, KFC, The Tribune, Maggie Moo’s, Subway, and Taco Bell. To see what Cellit has done for each of these companies, you can check out their Case Studies. Now, Cellit doesn’t have a jobs page, but we already know that they’re looking to hire if they come across the right person. Obviously they need help with SEO, and there’s also a chance that they could use help on the Web/Software Development side or the Account Management/Sales side. You’ll just have to reach out to them to find out. Or you could try showing off at the Starbucks at Franklin and Chicago and wait for an offer. I’d go with the former.
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