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Well are you? Because if you are then you might be interested in working in Econsultancy’s newly-launched US division.
Headed up by former ClickZ VP and editor-in-chief Rebecca Lieb, we’re expecting big things from the US, where tens of thousands of our users are based. Rebecca recently joined us and is looking for a talented writer to help create some fantastic content for Econsultancy.  The role comprises blogging, interviews, research, events coverage and participation in the community (online and offline). 

We’re looking for somebody with sound knowledge of the internet industry, who writes ‘page impressions’ rather than ‘hits’, who can separate hype from reality, and who passionately wants to learn more about the practical side of e-business. 
The Econsultancy proposition focuses on the nuts and bolts of internet marketing and e-commerce. After all, digging into the detail and figuring out what works (and what doesn’t) is so much more profitable than navel gazing. That’s what we’re known for, and as such this is a perfect opportunity for a writer who wants to learn about doing business online.
Econsultancy USA is based in New York, home to the big media and digital agencies, as well as the headquarters of many a multinational client-side company, and – at least some of the time - Donald Trump. 
There’s more detail on the journalism job here for anybody interested.
Chris Lake

Published 15 January, 2009 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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