Growth Hacker 'Internship' - (Part-Time/Remote)

MatsMall - Cairo, Egypt

17
Applicants for
1 open position
15
Seen
1
Rejected
Experience Needed:
Less than 1 year
Career Level:
Entry Level
Job Type:
Internship
Salary:
Paid
Vacancies:
1 open position
About the Internship

MatsMall is a building material marketplace

MatsMall is seeking a growth hacker with experience in getting traction for E-Commerce portals. The goal is to create and execute the digital marketing plan for the products to drive top-line revenue and support the company mission

Responsibilities:

  • Driving traffic to the website, landing pages, social media, etc
  • Having Growth Hacking Internet Marketing Strategy
  • Prioritizing growth channels.
  • Optimizing channels in order to always improve the performance of one's business.
  • Put in place a system for measuring, reporting, and optimizing growth metrics.
  • Run experiments, conduct data analysis and research to develop insights that reveal growth opportunities.
  • Propose creative new approaches to capturing existing demand and accelerating customer acquisition
  • Create and manage the publishing of relevant, original, high-quality text, images, and video content.

Internship Start date:

Immediately

Duration:

3 Months

Internship Requirements
  • Are experienced with marketing automation, email marketing or social media marketing
  • Having experience with growth hackings tools such as Optimizely for A/B Testing, MailChimp for email marketing campaigns, HubSpot for CRM, sales and marketing purposes, Zapier to automate workflows
  • Being relentless in pursuit of growth
  • Knowledge about both inbound and outbound marketing
  • Technical experience in SEO, SEM, affiliate programs, Google Analytics, KISS Metrics, etc.
  • Have experience in user testing and researching customer needs.

Here are examples of KPIs you’ll be asked to achieve:

  • Week over week growth in traffic should be 50%
  • Week over week growth in queries/leads should be 15%
  • Week over week growth in the number of products should be 25%