KrASIA, a technology news media from China and Southeast Asia, is seeking a digital marketing intern to join its team for growth marketing and conversion rate optimization. In this role, optimization instincts, and an analytical mindset are key to driving growth, engagement, and conversion. Deep understanding of the technology world is a plus, but the self starter mentality and willingness to learn is a must. This intern will be working directly with our team in Singapore.
- Manage and schedule content on all social media platforms (including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and possibly TikTok).
- Conceive and execute on a wide range of content ad campaigns to drive new user acquisition, click-throughs, and increase reader engagement.
- Optimize for SEO. Set up and manage all analytics and measurement activities to uncover areas for improvement. Prepare and present recommendations, reports, and findings from experimental data all the way up to the executive level.
- Manage ad hoc projects, such as helping with our virtual events, and conducting country market research.
- 6 months - 1 year of work experience, preferably in social media or growth marketing.
- Hungry to learn and self-starter. Excellent communication and time management skills.
- Previous experience running ad campaigns and optimizing SEO.
- Knowledge of Google Analytics, FB Ads Manager, Buffer, Hootsuite.
- Bonus: has samples of past successful campaigns to show growth track record.
Why You Should Work With Us
- Central office located in City Hall Area
- Opportunity to work with a fun, global-minded team across APAC
- Exposure to regional tech hubs and markets
Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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Pros: - Wonderful place to work. The culture is the best and by far the most flexible I’ve ever worked for. Everyone is willing to help, despite their title or roles and will take time out of their day to dedicate to helping you if needed.
Cons: “Leaders are often the ones who work not only the smartest, but also the hardest”. If you’re not hungry enough for growth or lack of initiative, the company is not ready for you.