Digital Sales Representative

Baltimore magazine is currently looking for an experienced digital sales representative to join our team.

Digital Sales Representative

Baltimore magazine is currently looking for an experienced digital sales representative to join our team.

Job Duties:

  • Ability to create custom advertising packages utilizing online display advertising, native advertising, email advertising, and lead generation.
  • Work with the Print Sales team on developing digital programs for key and target accounts with a goal of increasing revenue across multiple properties and platforms.
  • Work with marketers to understand their media strategy, goals, campaign objectives, and develop strategies to meet their goals.
  • Oversee end to end execution of sales process- from signing to implementation, delivery, and results.
  • Generate new leads by making cold calls, calling on inactive accounts, and maintaining awareness of new business.
  • Consistent commitment to learning about the latest in digital advertising and marketing opportunities, trends, and technologies.
  • Be a driving force in success of the company’s goals by achieving individual monthly sales budgets and goals as assigned by sales management
  • Attend weekly sales meetings as required.

To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to Debbie Darmofal ([email protected]).

Baltimore magazine is America's oldest city magazine, celebrating Baltimore since 1907. Whether Baltimoreans want to know which crabhouse has the best hardshells or whether they want to read award-winning feature stories about prominent people, arts and culture, and sports, they know that Baltimore magazine offers the best coverage of the city.



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