Product Marketer (Remote)

  • Contract: Full-time

Job Description

We’re hiring our first product marketer to communicate how our software can empower sales teams to be more successful. You’ll be in charge of positioning in the marketplace as the go-to-solution for inside sales teams of startups, and SMBs as well as lead initiatives into new verticals.


  • Develop messaging, positioning and competitive differentiation of our CRM in the sales software market
  • Lead new feature launches (incl. product-focused PR)
  • Improve conversion rate of the website (visitor to trial signup). This includes copy, video assets, screenshots.
  • Increase conversion rate of marketing emails (marketing lead to trial signup)
  • Lead marketing initiatives into new verticals
  • Develop case studies
  • Generate verified product reviews from our customers for product comparison websites like Capterra, G2Crowd, and Quora.
  • Develop partnerships with complementary software vendors
  • Create SEO-optimized industry-specific landing pages and CRM comparison pages

Skill Requirements

Must have:

  • 2+ years SaaS experience
  • 1+ years of Product Marketing experience *Strong passion for product
  • Excellent command of the English language (written & verbal)
  • Basic HTML, CSS, github, video editing skills
  • Digital marketing experience

About the Company

At we’re building the sales communication platform of the future. We’ve built a next-generation CRM that eliminates manual data entry and helps sales teams close more deals. We are expanding our marketing team to 5 people. is currently a ~28 person remote team spanning across 15 states and 10 countries! We are profitable and building a product that our customers love.

We’re looking to bring someone that has a proven track record of being part of a growing SaaS business. Someone that can spearhead strategy, hire, recruit and onboard a team, establish process and take our marketing to the next level.

How to apply

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