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Openings and New Hires at Angie’s List, Resolution Media, Kenshoo, Sensis

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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.)

Lem Lloyd – Angie’s List
Word on the street has it that Yahoo vet Lem Lloyd has joined Angie’s List as VP of sales after a short-ish stint as CRO of Fixya. He is looking forward to working for a great brand and re-architecting a 1,000-person sales force, and is apparently also having a ball. Happy to hear it, Lem!

Amman Badlani – Resolution Media
I first met Amman at Pubcon when he was associate director of online marketing at Planned Parenthood and he welcomed me into the usually selective search marketing crowd. After chatting it up at the last Pubcon event, Amman told me about one of the most adorable engagement stories I’ve ever heard. In his off time he blogs for Search Engine Watch which is kind of a big deal and we was most recently hired as associate director of SEO for Resolution Media, which is one of the largest search agencies in the world. The company is very widespread, with more than 600 employees in 60 plus offices worldwide. They also manage about $1.2B in media investments.

Tiffany Miller – Kenshoo
Kenshoo has brought on Tiffany Miller (formerly Rowe) as director of business development for Kenshoo Local. In this role, Miller will create and manage global relationships and alliances with partner organizations in support of SMB channel growth. Miller will work from Kenshoo’s U.S. headquarters in San Francisco. With more than 12 years of experience in the technology industry including Internet and enterprise services. She spent five years at in business development and she is a decorated veteran, serving in the U.S. Army Reserves in the past.

Sensis Cutting 800 Jobs
As Telstra recently decided to digitize their business they have proposed to cut about 800 jobs within the once giant of a directory business. Sensis said that they will commence employment with their staff on the proposed job cuts and other changes to operation. The job cuts would affect roles internationally across their  advertising operations, sales team, management and support teams. Having quite a few friends that have at one point worked for Sensis this is a saddening change, some of the brightest talent stemming from directories have come from them.

Plus where to look for jobs now….

Street Fight is looking for a sales director. Apply here
Linkedin is looking for a senior manager of business operations. Apply here
AT&T is looking for a sales manager. Apply here
Daily Press is looking to hire a new business development manager for digital services. 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.
Can you do product development work? Contact Oracle about their senior QA analyst role. Apply here
AOL is looking for a product manager. Apply here
Yahoo! is looking for a senior business development manager.. Apply here
Google seeks a channel partner manager – media partnerships. Apply here
Apple wants to find an operations manager (in Shanghai). Apply here
The Colorado Springs Independent is looking for a sales manager. Apply here
Ballantine Communications Inc. is seeking a Sales Manager for their phone directories covering Southwestern Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements through this link.
Twitter is on the prowl for a marketing operations manager. Apply here.

Plus new talent looking now….

Seasoned sales talent in Ohio, serious inquiries only.

The perfect digital sales manager in Reno Nevada.

Advertising and sales exec in Charlotte, NC – this guy is ready to make moves like Jagger.

Senior classifieds sales director in Boston, ready to throw in the towel and try something new.

Hyperlocal community editor, publisher, marketer is a strategic problem solver. Over 25 years dailies, weeklies, start-ups, magazines, digital, websites, editing and writing books. New Orleans/Baton Rouge area.

Talented SEO-er Joe Youngblood is on the market in Arlington, TX.

A digital veteran with 20 years of management level sales and  marketing experience in digital media, mobile media and consumer technology sectors.  She has a strong track record of accomplishment in successfully growing start up and young firms.   She’s also been responsible for driving significant revenue growth in divisions of larger, publicly traded companies. Located in the San Francisco Bay area.

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.

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.

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

If you are interested in any of these candidates or you would like to be featured as such, please e-mail me at 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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