Daily Job Lead: Product Marketing Manager

Assembla LLC is seeking a product marketing manager.

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If you've always dreamed of making your mark in software development, now's your chance. Assembla LLC in Needham, Mass., is looking for a product marketing manager. The position involves expanding the awareness and adoption of the company's Git hosting and Git tools with corporate and enterprise development teams, and promoting Assembla's products and services to Subversion and Git users worldwide.

Responsibilities for this position include coordinating joint marketing efforts with Assembla's partners, increasing their exposure on Subversion and Git reference sites and daily maintenance of the company's Subversion-information site. Other tasks consist of packaging and distributing Assembla's Subversion clients and related software and actively participating in discussion groups and developer forums. The job entails utilizing Internet marketing tactics and working with open-source communities and software-distribution sites.

The ideal candidate must have experience in software product marketing and should be knowledgeable about software-development tools and processes. Applicants must have a proven track record of generating a solid social media presence and experience giving presentations and writing blog articles.

If you have a creative spirit and you're passionate about technology, this may be the perfect position for you.

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