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Posted by Willy Franzen on March 6, 2014. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Digital Marketing Intern||Alexandria, VA|
|Fundraising Intern||Alexandria, VA|
|Email Marketing Intern||Alexandria, VA|
|Design Intern||Alexandria, VA|
|Client Strategy Intern||Alexandria, VA|
|INTERNSHIP FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY||Indio, CA|
|Demand Generation Research Analyst||Austin, TX|
|Lifecycle Marketing Manager - SF||United States|
|Training Coordinator||Alexandria, VA|
|UI/UX Designer||Alexandria, VA|
I can’t stand political advertising, but it must be pretty darn effective. Why else would politicians have spent $6 billion on advertising for the 2012 elections? Though it may seem crazy to think that people who spend other people’s money for a living are rational spenders, remember that getting elected is what they’re actually good at. Still, they often need outside help, and that’s where Targeted Victory comes in. They’re an Alexandria, VA based agency that has “anchored digital campaigns on the local, state, and presidential level.” While at some point they seem to have worked with non-political clients, today they seem to only work on the Republican side.
Targeted Victory offers the following services: Client Strategy, Development & Design, Online Advertising, E-mail Marketing, Online Fundraising, and Analytics Management. They have provided these services to more than 170 clients, and that has led to 25 million members added on social media, 1 billion e-mails sent, and nearly $250 million raised. Targeted Victory is definitely someone you want on your side in a political race. If you’d like to be on their side, visit Targeted Victory’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for an Advertising Operations Coordinator, a Digital Marketing Coordinator, and an E-mail Marketing Coordinator. There are a few other positions available for people with more experience.
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