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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 15, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|User Experience (UX) Specialist||Omaha, NE|
|UX Designer||Waltham, MA|
|UX Designer||Palm City, FL|
|Lead UI Developer||Los Angeles, CA|
|Data Scientist (Media Research)||New York, NY|
|Web Design Intern||New York, NY|
|Intern, UI/Visual Designer||Palo Alto, CA|
|Social Media Intern||Sunnyvale, CA|
|User Experience Designer Co-op (Fall 2015)||Atlanta, GA|
|Senior UX Designer||Wayne, PA|
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A couple of weeks ago I got an e-mail from a high school friend saying that she’s collecting “class notes” for our school’s newsletter. She didn’t suppress the recipient list, so it’s been a big reply all fest (luckily my graduating class was only 46). It’s truly interesting to see where all of my friends and what they’re doing 9 years after graduating high school. Beyond that, it’s a great source of new ideas for companies to feature. One of my friends is currently working at Clickable, a New York, NY based company that offers a “live Web platform to make online advertising Simple, Sophisticated and Profitable.” Chances are that you’ve never dabbled in online advertising (though maybe you should), but I can assure you that it gets complex very quickly–especially when you are running ads through platforms like Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, and Microsoft AdCenter. Clickable offers a software solution that makes everything way simpler.
Simplicity is great, but it’s not the only reason that some of the country’s best known venture capitalists have put $20.5 million into the company since it was founded in 2006. Advertising is all about return on investment, and small changes in how you run your ad campaign can mean the difference between making lots of money and losing lots of money. Clickable gives advertisers all of the tools they need to make the most of their online ad spend. The best way to get a feel for Clickable’s Solutions and how they offer value to clients is to browse through the company’s Case Studies. Then you’ll start to get an understanding for how their technology helps with both social advertising and search advertising. If you like what you see, then you’ll want to check out Careers at Clickable. Right now, they’re looking for an Account Associate, a Junior Web Designer, and a Sales Development Associate. My friend is really enjoying his time there, so check them out and maybe you’ll get to know him.
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