Director/VP of Brand Marketing FixYa
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED FixYa is seeking a Director/VP of Brand Marketing to define and execute it's B2B marketing and go to market strategies at this fast growing company. Reporting directly to the CEO, this position will be responsible for creating the ad and data products and collateral, communication and messaging strategies, and market segmentation tactics, as well work with our sales teams to drive revenues and achieve goals.
Shape the way brands and agencies view FixYa and drive awareness of the FixYa brand within the online advertising and digital media space.
Partner with Product Marketing to define the ad and data products
Master the 4 P's and collaborate with UI designers and PM's.
Develop content and branding of media kits and client facing collateral.
Refine copy and messaging throughout the FixYa site and communications.
Execute industry trade show and branding strategy for iMedia, OMMA, etc.
Develop go to market strategy for partnering with industry trade publications.
Track and evaluate effectiveness of branding efforts.
Manage external vendor relationships.
10 years of experience in marketing at an online publisher, ad network, DSP, or similar online company.
Track record of taking a publisher or ad network to the B2B market
5 years of experience with online or digital media
Avid social media user and marketer
Experience working in a fast paced startup culture
An executor, someone who gets things done
Scrappy and resourceful
Excellent communication skills
Adept at working with VP and C level individuals.
BA/BS degree with a strong academic track record required.
FixYa is a profitable venture backed company. With over 25 million uniques, FixYa leverages the Wisdom of Crowds to enable its community of users and experts to solve tech support problems on over 5 million consumer products. Users can find pre-existing solutions on the site or have questions answered by the site's active expert community.
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2800 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
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