Hong Kong (preferred) or remote
We’re looking for a talented and driven individual to be a part of our SEO Team that drives millions of unique organic sessions annually. You will help lead several critical elements of our web marketing and analytics activities. You’ll contribute to our core organic strategy including for non-English markets and search engines as well.
Chaos Theory works at the digital intersection of sports, entertainment, and cryptocurrency, and we are hiring to grow like crazy. Early in your tenure, we want you to be able to say, “I am learning new things every day, and my work is directly contributing to the kind of growth most companies can only dream of.”
Let’s make that happen together.
You start the morning with a look at the numbers in case anything unusual happened overnight. You’re using different dashboards and tools to go through the most important metrics, looking at traffic, rankings, and revenue. You’re also briefly skimming through the latest SEO news to make sure that there isn't any news from Google, in particular, core algorithm updates.
Once you make sure that everything is looking good, you open up your inbox and continue your conversations with stakeholders on getting your SEO fixes over the line. A developer that you’re working with needs more clarification on how you want things implemented, so you quickly write him a message on Slack asking if he has some time today for you to explain - he says yes, and now you have a meeting at 4 PM.
You’re already aware of what you’re planning to work on today since you had your weekly sync with your manager yesterday. First thing on the agenda. You’ve been rewriting meta tags for several of our top organic pages lately, and after getting approval from stakeholders, you’ll now go into the CMS and insert them. You know it’s a manual process to get these uploaded, but you also know that CTRs would improve and bring more organic traffic to the website.
Another thing on your agenda is looking at one of our top keywords that has been on a downward trend for the last few weeks and it's impacting our organic revenue, so you’re spending some time getting to the bottom of it and aiming to get an action plan to get the rankings back to previous levels.
At 3 PM, our localization manager comes online and asks you for translation priorities this week. We’ve got this new landing page that we’ve been working on with the writers and designers, and it has good search volumes across the languages we’re operating in, so we want to get it translated. You feel like this landing page will be a great win for the company.
Just before our 4 PM meeting with a developer, you spend some time going through your SEO specs making sure that you’ve thought of all the potential risks. You’re all prepped and hoping to finish the meeting within 15 minutes. Quick and smooth so you can get back to your analysis
Before you end your day, you grab your manager and ask for their opinion on the ranking decrease you’ve been looking at earlier today. The manager agrees on the action plan with a few adjustments. You jot down the notes and make sure that you’re ready to execute the plan first thing tomorrow. You’re excited to work on this. It’s been a good day.
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