Posted On: December 5, 2014
Media Organization: SeatGeek
SeatGeek is a search engine for sports and concert tickets.
We're looking for an outstanding candidate to fill our first content analyst position in SeatGeek's communications department. The ideal candidate will not only be an outstanding writer with previous journalism/PR experience and demonstrable outreach skills, but also someone with a knack for numbers and a willingness to dig into data to unearth interesting insights to share with target audiences, websites and blogs.
In many ways, this person will be a "data journalist" who actively works to communicate unique and interesting facts on fan demand for event tickets unearthed from SeatGeek's large proprietary database. This will involve not only conducting research and writing effective content—whether in the form of an email, blog post, Tweet or in-depth article—but also disseminating that content to appropriate sites and contacts. This strategy has been enormously successful over the past few years with major media outlets, meaning there are countless opportunities with lesser (by size) outlets that have yet to see our ticketing data. That's where you come in.
Data research and successful link acquiring outreach will be the primary responsibility of the content analyst. This role will report to the Director of Communications, but the outreach targets will be driven by ongoing research alongside our Head of SEO, meaning you'll get exposure to two key areas within SeatGeek's customer acquisition team.
You must apply to this role directly on the SeatGeek jobs page via the link below: http://grnh.se/301svo