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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Syracuse defense shuts down lackluster NC State offense

first_imgRALEIGH, N.C. — The 48,961 fans that filled the Carrier Dome for Syracuse’s Atlantic Coast Conference opener against Clemson last Saturday were so loud that linebacker Marquis Spruill said the SU defense had trouble hearing play calls.But in its road debut against North Carolina State, the Orange defense was greeted with silence each time the Wolfpack offense trotted onto the field.It kept the 56,639 that filled Carter-Finley Stadium silent.“If we can communicate and get our checks down, we can play with anybody in the country,” safety Durell Eskridge said.Forced into playing 95 snaps — compared to the 61 its offense ran — the SU defense held North Carolina State (3-3, 0-3 Atlantic Coast) to just 3.7 yards per play and 7-of-23 third-down conversions in the team’s 24-10 win over the Wolfpack on Saturday. The Orange (3-3, 1-1) tightened its hinges playing for the first time without Keon Lyn, as well as linebacker Dyshawn Davis, who sprained his right ankle just before halftime.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEven the secondary, which head coach Scott Shafer called disappointing through the first five games of the season, appeared vastly improved.“It felt like everyone was clicking, everyone was on the same page and we were ready to go,” Eskridge said.After roughing the kicker penalty on Lewellyn Coker allowed N.C. State to drive the ball into the Orange red zone early in the second quarter, the defense clamped down. Facing a third-and-1 from the SU 7, Davis flattened 6-foot-5, 300-pound Wolfpack left guard Duran Christophe before wrapping up quarterback Pete Thomas in the backfield.Then the secondary held its cover as the Wolfpack went for it on fourth down and Thomas was unable to find an open receiver.“We always talk about 1. Sudden-change opportunities and 2. When we get within the 10 yard-line, your true character will be revealed,” Shafer said.The Orange defense flustered Thomas and Co. for the entire half. Two drives later, Robert Welsh batted away his second-down attempt. Then Eskridge intercepted his overthrow on the third down.“I saw the ball come right to me. It was like heaven,” he said.The Wolfpack was able to punch in a score with a short field before the break, but in eight second-half drives, it managed just three points.Josh Kirkland filled in for the injured Davis, and played a key part in the unit’s success. When he speared N.C. State wide receiver Quintin Payton on a crossing route to force the Wolfpack to punt early in the fourth quarter, the Syracuse sideline erupted.Kirkland said Shafer had been asking the defense for big hits all week.“During the week he was saying, ‘I want a lot of big hits this game. I want the defense flying around, making plays, effort always,’” Kirkland said.It did on Saturday. From Davis’ steamrolling of Christophe to Jay Bromley’s hope-sucking sack on Thomas with five minutes left, the Orange defense out-toughed N.C. State for all four quarters.Eskridge called the 52 points Syracuse allowed to Clemson last weekend “Christmas gifts.” He said the Tigers didn’t earn them. The Orange gave them to them.On Saturday, the Orange gave nothing. It forced 13 tackles for loss, moving the Wolfpack offense backward on more than one of every eight plays.It logged four sacks. And batted four passes.With a tough ACC schedule ahead, and a team in need of three more wins to become bowl eligible, the SU defense appears to be playing its best football of the season.“It was a letdown last week to lose,” linebacker Cameron Lynch said. “This week we came out and I just repeated ‘Let’s win this game. Let’s win this game.’“Watching film I knew we could win this game.” Comments Published on October 12, 2013 at 9:47 pm Contact Stephen: sebail01@syr.edu | @Stephen_Bailey1 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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