Jobs in Technology, Local Marketing, Small Business Marketing | Street Fight

Movers & Shakers

Openings & New Hires at Constant Contact, Facebook, Groupon & More

0 Comments 19 October 2012 by

Every two weeks, Search Influence’s Kelly Benish — who knows practically everyone in hyperlocal — covers some of the latest job changes taking place in this dynamic industry. (Plus: Scroll down for jobs on offer now.)

Joshua Scherman — Constant Contact
I met Joshua Scherman two years ago when he was VP of business development at Postling, a mass social posting and analytics tool for social networks and blog publishers. Joshua was recently hired on as business development manager for e-mail marketing company Constant Contact. Joshua thinks outside of the box and is a great fit to bring Constant Contact new revenues, conversations and ideas.

Dalip Tyagi — Bing
Sitting with Dalip Tyagi in the Bing booth at SMX had me wondering about two things: why isn’t Microsoft exhibiting at Street Fight Summit on October 30th and 31st and secondly, I can’t believe that Dalip has only been in his new role for two months. He has been with Microsoft since 2005 and has been promoted four times due to his impeccable support of client needs and development, most recently from global program management lead to the head of SMB agency strategy and marketing.

Shagun Vatsa — Facebook
I spoke with Shagun Vatsa three years ago when she was SEO manager for Dev Basu’s Canadian based online marketing firm Powered By Search and she is not only sharp but has a high understanding of the industry and various business models. Facebook recently saw the talent that she possesses and hired Shagun to focus on their media solutions.

Aaron Kronis — GigaSavvy
I caught up with Aaron Kronis  at Pubcon this week, he made the leap from senior SEO analyst at Portent online marketing firm to SEO director at GigaSavvy , a brand-centric marketing offering mobile application creation. When he’s not busy with being the life of the party as a power networker, Aaron also consults for bands and big names through Stamina Records.

Sean Smyth — Groupon
Over at GrouponSean Smyth was recently promoted from VP of business development to VP of global product marketing and business development. I’ve got a foam finger with Sean’s name on it!

Where to look for jobs now….

Yext is hiring for enterprise account manager. Apply here
Manta is looking for a national sales manager. Apply here
Linkedin seeks a marketing automation specialist. Apply here
Seamless needs a senior manager. Apply here
Yahoo’s London office has an opening for a head of content business development. Apply here
* Ebay is hiring for operations analyst. Apply here

Recently changed jobs or have some on offer? Email Kelly with the details. You can also follow her on Twitter: @Lokellsearch

Kelly Benish is VP of sales and marketing at Search Influence, a national online marketing firm focused on small- and medium-sized businesses and white label online marketing for publishers and media partners who serve them. Search Influence is the largest online marketing company on the Gulf Coast and New Orleans’ only Inc. 500 honoree in 2011.


Nov. 4th in NYC: Local in the City!
Click here to register.

Newsletter

Get hyperlocal industry headlines in your inbox every morning. Subscribe to the Street Fight Daily newsletter.

Follow Us

Get the latest Street Fight news, information and analysis via Twitter and Facebook.

The Commerce Graph

The “Commerce Graph” is a new framework we have developed to think about the future of physical exchange. The model offers an alternative to the dominant narrative about the commerce landscape that frames digital networks as an adversary of physical exchange.

The $20 Billion Mobile Marketing Opportunity

Strategies and insights into the landscape of targeting options and how they deliver foot traffic and sales for SMBs.
Check out our 2013 report and get your copy today!

When the ‘Pop-Up’ Store Sticks Around

Retailers have started to rethink their sprawling storefronts. Instead, companies are turning to smaller, more specialized locations that that can adapt to declining store revenues while addressing some new opportunities in selling to a connected consumer.

Twitter

© 2014 Street Fight.

Powered by WordPress. Hosting by Page.ly