Marketing a new website service

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Experience Level: Intermediate
We have launched a new membership website aimed at spread traders (stock market traders). Each week our head analayst produces a forecast that highlights probable profitable trades for the coming week. Our results are 211% since April 27th.

The site has proven itself popular and effective. We are just about to revamp the website and add loads more interactivity to it.

We are looking for a freelance marketer to help ramp up our membership.

For this role you will liaise with people we have alread run ads with, find new sources of advertising, arrange joint ventures with similar websites (worldwide) and be guaged by the number of new members you introduce, and the level of those that stay with us as members.

Your team includes an Assistant editor for the site based in Spain, a stock analyst based in central London and a CEO based in Spain, London and Asia. All will work cloeley with you, though your day to day will be the Ass. Editor. Campaign management will be liased with the CEO.

ABOUT YOU
This is a great service that can be sold easily, we run free trials and are open to any suggestions you may have to increase ROI. You will be home based and self employed freelancing for us to a set number of hours, or a results driven agreement, depending on our agreement.

You are target driven. We want 200 paying customers by Christmas. We brought in 78 within 3 weeks of launch, though we have tightened the criteria for the 'right' client so this has dropped to 30, your target is 170 highly targeted paying clients, are you up to it?

If you are and you get the job done Phase 2 is 500 clients, and we will pay well for that level of service, with bonuses as benchmarks are achieved.

We don't want someone that needs looking after, we need marketing experience for new launches and someone who can get on with the job.

If this is you, get in touch, it will be a fun ride!

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