Hi Dropbox, this subsection of SEO Jobs is an attempt to organic position myself in front of the Dropbox audience, I applied to your Sr. SEO Manager position, and haven’t heard back. May I have an interview please? You’ll find I am more than qualified!
Dropbox the leader in global collaborative file storage, is a company headquartered in San Francisco, California. They don’t just offer file storage anymore, they also have personal cloud solutions, file synchronization, and other client software.
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Senior SEO Manager Position at Dropbox
The position I applied for at Dropbox was the Sr. SEO Manager job listing. I found this listing on LinkedIn and felt I was a good fit, I have about 5 years experience working on SEO for global SaaS businesses and really enjoy that niche!
10+ Years in SEO
I have worked for agencies with 400 active clients, The House of Representatives, Global SaaS companies and freelanced for the last 15 years! I couple that experience with SEO best practices to deliver organic traffic success!
I’ve managed teams of up to 5 other SEOs, where I taught, trained and help grow their careers! I’ve also led international cross functional teams on higher detailed and impactful website projects, from website migrations to multi-language SEO implementation.
Data-Driven SEO Expert
I rely heavily on data, since it is crucial to SEO success, from a multitude of sources, like Google search console, Google Analytics, SEMrush, AHREFs, Google trends, and also SEM manager to name a few. Without data utilization, you really are working in the dark.
Currently looking for SEO Director to SEO Manager positions
To further elaborate my qualifications:
- I’m profcient in SQL / MySql
- I’ve worked on websites that were deployed using .aspx, .php, and .jsp
- I have been Google Ads certified, however most global companies don’t put Organic Search in the same wheelhouse as Paid Search, since they’re two completely different animals, hence term difference. Paid search relies heavily on purchased placement in organic mediums, but are not organic by any means. They also only make up about 20% to 30% of a website’s traffic if you’re lucky, where as SEO deals solely with organic page rankings and keyword strategy, where placement in SERPs is reliant on 200+ ranking factors and Technical, Onpage and Offpage SEO strategy.
You can find a copy of my resume here!
Dropbox Senior SEO Manager Role Description
Dropbox’s Integrated Marketing team activates the global programs, tactics and initiatives that drive new ARR growth and improve retention across all of our Home and Business solutions. Because DBX’ digital-first approach to all campaigns, the effective and efficient management and operations of our digital platforms is critical for success, requiring significant cross-functional work across the IT, Product/Growth, Marketing and Content teams.
Dropbox is seeking a results-driven, strategic and experienced Senior SEO Manager to join our Web Marketing team with the mission of making DBX’ SEO function best-of-breed. The right person will be a thought leader obsessed with search industry trends and best practices who thrives in dynamic and fluid business environments, has strong communication skills, and is proactive by nature.
The Sr. SEO Manager is tasked with growing organic website visitor traffic and attributed revenue via searches across desktop and mobile platforms. They will develop annual and project level traffic and attributed revenue forecasts (updating as per business trends), create and drive the execution of annual search strategies and initiatives that achieve organic traffic and search-attributed revenue goals. The Sr. SEO Manager will provide thought leadership and strategic search marketing guidance for DBX’ web properties (partnering with Paid Search, Analytics, Content, Design and Product Marketing), be DBX’ subject matter expert re: keyword research and SEO copywriting, have in-depth always-current knowledge of key competitor and search engine trends, drive find-ability improvements across DBX’ web properties, and act as the main POC for internal stakeholders re: all things search/SEO.