ROISEM is now hiring additional Google Analytics Experts. As a Google Analytics (GA) expert you should be to tell and read into traffic data about visitors; measure site traffic, ad performance, ROI, and conversions; and understand how people use websites.
If your have a general understanding of GA we have training and staff to improve your skills. This is a virtual job so you make your own schedule. Apply for more information below
The job is hourly base is $15/hr and you will be paid weekly. You will be dialing 100-200 phone numbers in an effort to set and appointment for a consultation. Two shifts are available 6:30am – 12:00pm and 12:30pm-6:00pm Monday thru Friday no weekends.
We give bonuses based on the number of sales done in a week with your hourly pay being increased for that week that sale was sold. Appointments are not considered sales and won’t affect your hourly base. A reasonable goal for our sales reps is 10 deals a week at with point you will be making $23 hour. Our pay schedule looks like this
Deals per week
0-2 deals $15.00
3-4 deals $17.00
5-6 deals $19.00
7-8 deals $21.00
9-10 deals $23.00
This pay-schedule will give you the opportunity to make a lot of money as the scale doesn’t stop at 10 deals. Another bonus is 1 year after the original sale if your client is still on board you will receive an additional $1-$2 per deal, per hour for that current week. So if you sell 10 deals in a week and a year ago you sold 10 deals and all those deals are still active your hourly rate will be at $43/hr. This is a part time job for 25-32 hours a week. $43/hr on a 25 hour week give you $1075 a week! This is average for sales reps and top sales reps surpass this goal and bring home over $1000/week consistently.
This is a real employment opportunity and there is no cost involved. We do expect dedication in perfecting your craft as we will give you all the tools and support needed to be successful. All sales reps start off as Customer Service Reps (CSR) that will set appointments for our Account Representatives. We will train you to be an account representative if you choose. You may choose to solely set appointments if selling is not you. All work is currently logged over video conference so all you need is a working computer, high-speed internet, phone and webcam.
You will be as an independent contractor so no taxes will be taken out of your check.
That’s it in a nutshell! If you are still interested in this opportunity contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a phone interview and we’ll be happy to answer any questions. let us know what is a good time for you so we can get you in the schedule. The interview will be 15-30 mins depending on how much questions you may have.If you have any immediate questions contact us at email@example.com.
Using Illustrator the Pencil Tool must be used to lets you use quick presets to create a smooth, fluid path with fewer points, or a path that more closely matches your drawing intent.
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The Internet has truly transformed the way individuals and organizations do business. The way the Internet has changed people interact with each other, it is hard to believe that it has only been around for about 20 years. Before the Internet became so extensively available, organizations and small businesses largely relied on print promoting to make consumers conscious of their products. It was tough for businesses to determine which households were prospective customers, so businesses relied on mass print advertising programs. The two biggest problems with the programs were the high cost and ineffectiveness.
Today most businesses have an Internet presence where consumers can learn about their products, read reviews from other customers and order products directly from the website. Social networking sites partner with businesses to promote goods and services. Bloggers partner with businesses to highlight and endorse products and services. Most of this product placement is targeted to the potential consumer, rather than to the masses making the internet an effect way to promote a new or existing business.