With all the positive spin recently about the end being in sight for the recession, tomorrow’s graduates are looking towards industry speculation for their best chances of securing a job. While IT always features prominently on a ‘what’s hot’ list, online travel jobs, and more specifically Search Engine Optimisation, is being increasingly mentioned as an up and coming career choice for the next generation of workaholics. SEO covers a wide spectrum, and the opportunities to join this burgeoning industry can be as varied as writing and marketing, to web development and account executives.
Article Writer – Professor Shakespeare?
The process of writing viral link articles as a part of an integrated SEO link building programme has become a vital component of online travel jobs that, if done properly, can mean the difference between the success and failure of an online marketing strategy. As well as being engaging and informative, a link article needs to be topical for each particular client’s needs. Qualities needed for a good article writer are attention to detail; grammatical competence; excellent research skills; and of course, a talent for writing goes without saying.
Pay Per Click Specialist – Einstein in Armour?
If you have a head for figures, a knack for problem solving, initiative in abundance and a passion to learn, the competitive role as a PPC Specialist may be just where you’re headed in your quest for travel jobs. Positions in paid search are notoriously hard to fill with competent candidates, and the market is awash with fly-by-nighters claiming to be the next big thing in PPC. The truth is that it takes not only a quick mind but a resilient spirit to tackle this job, and successful PPC Specialists need to be on a continual learning curve to keep up with the fast-moving trends of the industry. You need to be able to think on your feet, as well as come up with innovative new ways to do things and follow them to fruition. One last thing; PPC is not for the faint-hearted. Dealing with massive budgets that could make or break … Read More