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Openings and New Hires at Datalogix, Yelp, and Clinkle

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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.)

Steven Wolfe Pereira – Datalogix
Datalogix, a marketing analytics firm which whose research links offline sales to advertising on social-media sites Facebook and Twitter, has named former Starcom MediaVest Group executive Steven Wolfe Pereira as its new chief marketing officer. Wolfe Pereira was exec VP of MediaVest and managing director of its multicultural agency MediaVest Multicultural, a role he was in since 2010. He also led MediaVest efforts for Walmart and helped to initiate the retailer’s focus on the Hispanic market. As CMO of Datalogix, he’ll be responsible for brand advertising, corporate communications and other marketing initiatives as well as leading its global agency partnerships.

Natasha Pecor – Yelp
Ratings and review site Yelp picked up Natasha Pecor as their platform business development manager. The reviews platform has been under fire recently for their “pay for play” model and other tactics. Pecor joins Yelp from data strategy provider BlueKai where she was their partner manager.

Barry McCarthy  - Clinkle
Controversial mobile payments company Clinkle is making headlines again — but this time it’s by bringing on key talent instead of having as many as 30 employees throw their deuces up. The company recently added Netflix Qwikster (a big mistake for Netflix) head Andy Rendich as VP of operations and HR hotshot Allison Hopkins as VP of Talent who was former VP of HR at Netflix. (who we can only hope will give the company a lesson in retaining talent) One thing we do know about the mysterious Clinkle is that they are laser-focused on hiring former Netflix staffers.

Plus where to look for jobs now…

Street Fight is looking for a sales director, a marketing manager, and a managing editor. Apply here

Ballantine Communications is in the market for a director of marketing, it’s a great place to work with a renewed commitment to company culture and a brand new digital agency. Plus you get to work with Kricket Lewis, e-mail her for details. Apply here.

VendAsta seeks account executives. Apply here.

There’s an exciting opportunity to join an innovative stealth Boston-area start-up that is developing the first SMB execution of Digital Out-of-Home Advertising. Resume and letter to garethc@vidilocal.com

WWLTV, a Belo property is hiring digital sales executives in NOLA. Apply here.

Leaf is hiring and actively recruiting for a number of positions. Apply here

MOGL is hiring for all areas with many roles available in sales. Apply here.

Can you do product development work? Contact Oracle about their senior QA analyst role. Apply here

Yelp is looking for a business development manager. Apply here

AOL is looking for a product manager. Apply here

Yahoo! is looking for a senior business development manager.. Apply here

Linkedin is looking to hire an international business operations manager. Apply here

Google seeks a channel partner manager – media partnerships. Apply here

Apple wants to find an operations manager (in Shanghai). Apply here

Twitter is on the prowl for a marketing operations manager. Apply here.

Plus new talent looking now…

Highly talented seasoned veteran in corporate strategy and marketing is looking in the NJ/NY area, he will be your point person and main advisor, recommended for well-funded startups or any biz lacking motivation.

Long-time media industry adopter and digitally-savvy mobile marketer and entrepreneur interested in a new opportunity. Chicago based.

Global head of digital product for a major telco in the UK seeks a new role. Over 15 years of experience.

VP of product in California is interested in a new role, over 20 years of varying expertise. Highly recommended.

Ex-Googler based in NYC seeks new business development role.

Social media maven and marketing newbie starting out in St. Louis, seeks an entry level role.

President of online consulting firm, works with IYP’s & newspapers and eventually moving over to loyalty-based and digital solutions. Willing to relocate from New England.

Digital media sales executive in the New England area with 20 years of progressive advancement; skilled in direct sales, sales management, sales training, strategy, product development and product management. Available now.

Director of development in the Boston metro area, with 6 years of business development, customer acquisition,  partnership building & product development. Available now.

Current VP with 29 years experience in sales management, corporate actions, HR and business development. Located in the Charlotte metro area & ready to move now.

If you are interested in any of these candidates or you would like to be featured as such, please e-mail me at kellybenish@gmail.com for more information.

Kelly Benish is VP of sales and marketing at Search Influence, a national online marketing firm focused on SMBs and white label online marketing for publishers and media partners who serve them. You can follow her on Twitter @Lokellsearch.




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