Adtraction is an affiliate network – a network for marketing and sales on the Internet where merchants who want to increase their sales are matched with website owners (affiliates) who want to receive revenue from displaying the merchant’s ads on their websites.
Adtraction’s network is currently comprised of more than 15 000 affiliate sites and 150 merchants. Examples of merchants are; LinasMatkasse, BYGGmax, SEB, GodEl, Sportamore, Thorn, Boxer, ICA Banken, Interflora, E.ON, Flygvaruhuset and Vivus.
Adtraction holds a strong position in the Swedish market and is now expanding to the Norwegian, Danish and Finnish markets. Competitors include companies like TradeDoubler, Zanox and Commission Junction.
Adtraction’s office is located at BirgerJarlsgatan in central Stockholm. The office is shared with Adtraction Visits, a subsidiary focused on search engine optimization and other related services.
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Job Description
The Account Manager’s key responsibilities:
• Together with the Adtraction management, the Account Manager is expected to start up, run, and develop Adtraction operations in Norway.
• Approach potential customers by phone to present Adtraction’s services.
• Arrange meetings with media agencies, merchants, and affiliates on the Norwegian market.
• Establish, maintain, and develop strong relationships with merchants and affiliates.
• Assist merchants and affiliates on various issues (e g low level technical support regarding software implementation and information about Adtraction’s solutions)
This is a full-time position based in Stockholm. The Account Manager will travel to Norway approximately 5-10 times per year.
We are looking for applicants interested in the Internet as a marketplace and who want to pursue a career within sales and business development. It is an advantage if you have some degree of college education but not a requisite. Previous experience in affiliate marketing or sales is not required, but you have to be interested in learning the business and should not be afraid to approach managers or other decision-makers at any levels.