Blogger / Content Manager

at SeedLegals in London

(₤24000 - ₤30000 per year)

We are looking for a Content Manager to write and develop our pipeline of highly shareable blog content and resources geared towards startups and early stage investors.

About you:

You’re a prolific writer who is obsessed with creating engaging content that makes people want to read.
You easily assimilate new topics through research and understand the best way to frame a topic for maximum impact.
You have a passion for entrepreneurship, startups, investment and tech.
Excellent attention to detail, spelling and grammar.
Collaborative approach with excellent stakeholder and project management skills.
Nice to have: Experience with SEO principles and best practices
Nice to have: Experience with Google Analytics and Search Console
Nice to have: Experience using Hubspot / other CMS


This role would suit someone with blogging experience either running their own blog, content writing, working in an SEO agency or has experience in journalism. Level range: 1-4 years experience.

The Role:

Creating killer SeedLegals resources and blog posts.
Develop content roadmaps in line with teams and projects, ensuring regular updates.
Sharing the same content on various online mediums.
Coordinating delivery of content to cross-marketing partners.
Implement SEO best practices across all content (training provided where needed).
Own the day to day social media content editorial management.

Life at SeedLegals:

You'll be working for one of the hottest startups in Europe with a top notch team.
Salary range: £24,000 - £30,000
25 days annual leave.
Professional development.
Lunch and learn sessions.
Team socials.
Great offices with free fruit and coffee, overlooking the gorgeous gardens at Lincolns Inn Fields.

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Published at 15 May 2019
Expires on 15 Jul 2019

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