November 19, 2020

Orioly is looking for a Content Marketing Manager

first_imgStart-up company Orioles, which has created excellent software that aims to help tour business owners and guides to more easily run their business, tours and departures in one place and easily sell their offer via the web, is looking for Content Marketing Manager.As they point out from Orioly, they are looking for a creative and proactive person who will change with them the way small tour and activity organizers run their business and sell online. Trust me, they think seriously and have a great product. Below I convey what and how to become a new bird in their flock.We want to strengthen our marketing team with the person who will be in charge of content marketing.A little about us and “our car”For those who don’t happen to know? …Orioly is a modern cloud application for small tour and activity organizers that speeds up and simplifies their business flow, helps increase online sales and automates online marketing. The result is: tour and activity owners sit and watch online reservations fall from the sky! ?We have regular foreign clients we love to work for and can’t wait to expand our team with a new member who will enjoy developing online content and marketing activities for the purpose of gaining new clients.Do you want to work in a dynamic and relaxed team and participate in the development of our brand? You write great and are you a creative person? Is the theme of the trip great for you?Excellent. What are you waiting for? Contact us at ivan@orioly.com and we are going to create a new exciting story together.We are looking for a person who will:create quality content on our website and blog (copywriting)develop the content of the onboarding process by which we teach our users how to use the applicationWrite content for email marketingDevelop a marketing strategy and online promotion plancreate presentation content for larger partnersdesign unique content for social networksproactively study new trends in tourism promotion and together with all team members develop the Orioly brand platformThe person we will hire will work exclusively on the Orioly project. So there is no agency job. Only and only Orioly!What do we expect from the person we will hire?One needs to know what copywriting isHe has excellent English in speech and writingHe has a high level of literacyHe knows how to write articles for SEOHe knows the basics of PhotoshopHe has experience planning marketing activities on various online channelsWorking for quality presentations at Powerpoint is a bonusWorking with tools like Mailchimp, Intercom, Adobe Premier are a bonusKnowledge of social media profile management is a bonusShe must be a positive, proactive person who will be willing to learn new trends in online marketingWhat do we offer?Dynamic environment, young and relaxed team (average age – 28)Flexible working hoursContinuing education (expect to have one “learning” task in each two-week cycle)Free online education and literature on requestPossibility to visit foreign fairs and start-up eventsWorking with super interesting clientsA positive and creative environment in the Technology Park Zagreb where a bunch of young people are working diligently on their ideasSend us your resume and LinkedIn profile at ivan@orioly.com and let’s go create a new super start-up story together!Related news: CROATIAN TRAVEL AGENCIES URGENTLY NEED TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSlast_img read more

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State park properties to temporarily close for deer hunts

first_imgStatewide—Select Indiana State Park properties will close temporarily for controlled deer management hunts in the coming weeks. Each hunt runs two days. The first hunt is on Monday, Nov. 18, and Tuesday, Nov. 19. The second is on Monday, Dec. 2, and Tuesday, Dec. 3. The participating state park properties will close to the general public on the evening before each of the two hunts.Participating state park properties are: Chain O’Lakes, Charlestown, Clifty Falls, Fort Harrison, Harmonie, Indiana Dunes, McCormick’s Creek, Ouabache, Pokagon, Prophetstown, Shakamak, Spring Mill, Summit Lake, Tippecanoe River, and Whitewater Memorial state parks, as well as Cave River Valley Natural Area and Trine State Recreation Area.These state park properties will re-open the morning after each two-day hunt. All Indiana state park properties not mentioned will be operating under normal hours.Indiana DNR biologists evaluate which state park properties require a deer management hunt each year based on habitat recovery and previous harvest rates at each park. The state parks are home to numerous natural communities that serve as significant habitat. The deer management hunts help control browsing by deer to a level that helps ensure a healthy habitat for native plants and animals.Only individuals selected from the draw may participate at any site..last_img read more

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Sherrie Tucker, 81, Wellington: Aug. 1, 1933 – Sept. 27, 2014

first_imgSherrie TuckerSherrie Tucker died peacefully at her home Saturday, September 27, 2014.  She was 81 years old.She was born August 1, 1933 to Robert Cantrell and Josie (Heflin) Cantrell in Winfield, KS.  She graduated from Winfield High School and attended Southwestern College.She married Robert Hancock of Wellington, KS in 1951.  They had one daughter, Carol Ann Hancock.  Robert Hancock passed away in 1952.  Sherrie married Adrian tucker in 1956.  They had three children, Robert, David, and Sharon.  Adrian passed away in 1990.Sherrie worked at the Boeing Company, was manager at the Adamar Inn, and worked in the office at Lamar Electro-Air.  She retired at the age of 70 years.  She was known for her loyalty and work ethic.  She loved KU sports, crocheting, and her animals. In honoring Sherrie’s wishes, cremation has taken place.  Private family services will be held at a later date. Survivors include her children, Robert Tucker and Susan of Topeka, David Tucker of Wichita, Carol LeJuerrne and Richard of Wellington, and Sharon Lallman and Kenneth of Topeka; grandchildren, Rick and Martha LeJuerrne and their children, Bella, Caroline and Joe of Topeka, Shelly and Lance Anderson and their children, Natalie, Josie and Pierce of Andover, and Tim and Jenny Watts and their children, Cadence and Carter of Topeka. To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netcenter_img Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. A memorial has been established with the Wellington Humane Society.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.last_img read more

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