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Gayline looking for a marketing volunteer

Sat 13 Jun 2015 In: New Zealand Daily News View at Wayback

Gay Line Wellington is looking for a volunteer to take on a marketing role as it seeks to increase the reach of its website. “This is a key role within our organization,” says Gay Line Wellington Trust Chair John Mayes. “We have big plans for the website but we need a highly-motivated person to develop and drive a marketing strategy to support those plans.” The role is Wellington-based, and involves the development of marketing strategies, engagement with traditional and social media, and the use of Google Adwords and Analytics technologies to boost engagement for www.gayline.org.nz. The volunteer would need to be self-managing, with good communication skills, be a strong supporter of gay rights, and have marketing and technology skills. Mayes says the role provides an opportunity to gain experience in the use of Google Adwords and Analytics technologies in a live situation with a substantial advertising budget. “We will provide every assistance possible to gain that experience but the volunteer will be expected to self-manage learning using the resources readily available” The Gay Line Wellington Trust is a long-running group providing support to the gay male community in Wellington. Its primary activity is the development and maintenance of the website, www.gayline.org.nz, which provides listings for gay-friendly businesses and organisations, as well as articles of interest to gay and gay-curious people. Anyone interested in volunteering, in any capacity, can get in touch here    

Credit: GayNZ.com Daily News staff

First published: Saturday, 13th June 2015 - 12:47pm

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