Content Marketing - Indonesia

SUMMER 2017
Marketing

Organization Details:

Sociocaster is an Indonesian start up building the easiest way to find, plan and post content that is proven to increase social media engagement on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Instagram. Proudly managed 4,567,359 posts from 38,318 social media accounts worldwide. And now, Sociocaster is looking for interns to collaborate together in other to strengthen the company to be able to adapt with new era and go forward by creating marketing strategy which aligns with improving the local community.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern’s responsibilities include writing and sourcing high quality articles related to social media, marketing, technology and other topics. Additionally, the role will encompass searching for other blog contributors that align with the organization’s marketing strategy. The intern will also be responsible for building a high-impact content marketing strategy, and creating visual content while utilizing minimal resources. Applicants for this role must have a related degree to marketing, business and/or have previous experience in business and creating content for marketing.

Logistics:

The intern will receive accommodation throughout the internship in exchange for salary. The project will start on May 1st, and lasts 6-8 weeks.

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