Anyway, I’ve got a confession to make. I’m the SEO manager at Appliances Online and I’m not very good at SEO.
Don’t get me wrong, we do ok. We measure our monthly traffic in Wembley Stadiums (a single Wembley seats 90,000) and if you believe Greenlight, we’re the second most visible site in our sector.
But who wants to be number two?
We need someone to take our onsite optimisation to the next level and it could be you.
Are you someone who can fix our duplication issues? Can you get our rich snippets to work? How about improving site architecture? And what would you do about our AJAX powered faceted navigation?
We’re hiring an SEO. If you’re interested, email me.
Is this a new role? No. Our previous SEO decided to jump ship and start up his own agency.
What’s the salary? Negotiable. Tell me what you’re worth.
What technical skills do I need? We’ve got an IT department to do the actual coding (they’re also hiring) but you’re going to need to be able to write the technical briefs.
Is there room for progression? Yes. If you want details ask in the interview.
What’s the company like? We’re a great company to work for.