We are seeking a highly motivated SEO Specialist/Link Builder who will be responsible for targeting and building links to our web properties.
The candidate will use search engine approved methods in order to create brand awareness and achieve verifiable results.
The ideal candidate has a passion and knowledge for SEO, and a willingness to educate team members on industry development and algorithm updates in relation to link building.
The candidate must have one or more years of relevant SEO experience and is able to identify broad link building opportunities on their own from high authority websites. Candidates must be self starters and able to thrive in an agile, fast paced and data driven environment.
-Execute targeted link building campaigns for content initiatives. Using a variety of strategies, the candidate will seek to connect with influential figures to earn links on their websites.
-Create and completely own a link building process for Wolf of Webstreet's online properties.
-Research link building opportunities
-Organize contacts and perform outreach for link building opportunities with a sales pitch attitude
-Track and report on your progress
-1+ years of working in a SEO/link building position.
-In-depth understanding of SEO/link building best practices and analysis.
-Experience with SEO tools before, for example Google Analytics, Buzzsteam, SEM Rush, Moz, etc.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills for the successful outreach and education of team members
-A drive to learn and grow constantly and a passion for implementing new strategies, including influencer outreach, content marketing, meaningful citations, blogger networking, YouTuber outreach and more
-Self-starter and ability to work independently
-Good sense of humor and likes working in an unstructured, fast-paced environment
About Wolf of Webstreet
Wolf of Webstreet is a consumer technology company.
We invest in Internet companies with proven business models. Currently a parent company of an anti-malware solution, MalwareFox and digital magazine, WindowsChimp.