Marketing job boards are aplenty, but which ones are worth your time? To answer this question, we asked Twitter for some recommendations, added those we’ve personally used into the mix, and spent some time poking around each of them. Here’s what made the cut in our round-up of the best marketing job boards to hire or be hired: On the last count, we estimated there to be over 1,300 open jobs on the platform. Within the marketing category, you’ll find roles spanning digital marketing, content strategy, campaigns management, as well as copywriting.
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Plus point of the site is the caliber of listings, many of which come from established and rising tech companies like HubSpot, Skillshare, MailChimp, Zoom, Clubhouse, and executive email list of course, Ahrefs. Listing a job on Hey Marketers is a fuss-free process. Share the URL to an existing job posting along with your email, make your payment, and the space is yours for 30 days—subject to the moderator’s approval, of course. There’s no need to create a new posting, since all information will be pulled from your provided link. DGMG Jobs features a mixture of full-time and remote roles for B2B marketers of all experience levels. The brain behind it is Dave Gerhardt, the seasoned marketer behind the Dave Gerhardt Marketing Group (DGMG)—which brings together an online university, a paid Facebook community, and podcast series.
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There were over 50 open roles from mostly US-based. Companies (including Shopify and Bain & Company!) spanning product marketing. Demand generation, and Sale Lead customer relationship management marketing. We’d also recommend following Gerhardt’s Twitter for frequent updates. On DGMG Jobs. When Best Job founder Rodolphe Dutel—a former hire at and Google—took on a full-time. Remote role, he sought to simplify the job-hunting process by creating Remotive. While it isn’t a marketing-focused job board, you’re able to filter. Your searches by 15 functions, including marketing, product, sales, design, and software development. Each job posting indicates upfront the preferred locations. candidates and invite them to apply for open roles. of candidates, with an option to hide US-only jobs—saving you the inconvenience of having to click a listing for more details.