Razeware is the company behind raywenderlich.com, the most popular mobile development site on the Internet. Over the past 8 years, our community has published over 2,000 tutorials, 1,500 videos, and 20 books. Our products have made a difference in the lives of thousands of developers across the world, helping them to get their first job as a mobile developer, grow their careers, or create the app of their dreams.
Razeware is a small company with just 15 full-time (or near) team members, and we work with a wide network of over 200 contractors from around the world who help create tutorials, videos, and books for our site. Our entire company is remote, and this job is too - so you can work from wherever you like, or even be a digital nomad! :]
We are seeking a full-time remote Technical Marketing Copywriter to develop and execute marketing campaigns for our products, from start to finish.
Considering our products are about mobile software development, the ability to grasp the technical concepts presented in our products and present them with a creative flair is essential for this position.
This job is ideal if you:
* What’s In It For You*
*Remote working: live anywhere! *
Each year, we run 5-10 marketing campaign to promote our new mobile development books, video courses, and tutorials.
As Technical Marketing Copywriter, you’ll be responsible for the day-to-day development and execution of our these marketing campaigns and will report directly to the Editor in Chief.
You will have three key areas of responsibility:
1.Technical Marketing Copywriting: If the marketing campaign has words, you’ll write them! Specifically, this means you’ll craft all the blog posts, email newsletters, external advertising, landing page copy, and general website copy necessary to make each campaign a success.
2.Project Management: When it comes to the marketing campaign, you’re in charge! Specifically, this means you’ll create the plans for each campaign, manage the schedules, get what you need from other people, and lead the project from start to finish.
3.Community Outreach: It’s more than marketing: you’ll be a part of the community! Specifically, that means you’ll attend meetups or conferences, send out evaluation copies of books, help book authors and video instructors get themselves out there, and build relationships with influencers.
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