Join the Crackerjack Team

Crackerjack Marketing is an established digital marketing agency with clients and team members all over the world. We create social media, content marketing, and influence marketing that generates awareness, intrigue, and enthusiasm for our clients. We’ve been a 100% remote organization since our founding in 2010.

We’re always looking for creative and energetic marketers with a passion for content marketing, social media, and performance marketing to join our growing team. Below you can find links to some of our open positions.

Social Media Manager

This is a full-time, remote contractor position, with preference given to those who are in the US West Coast or able to consistently work on Pacific time.

You’ll be responsible for engaging and growing social media presences for the clients that you own.

This role is fast paced and requires a confident and intelligent individual, who is an excellent communicator and digital native with strong command of social apps, algorithms, and content creation. Your strategies and work will overlap with other digital marketing we’re doing for your clients, and you’ll coordinate with our designer, our ads specialist, and others in the execution of your work. You’ll be supervised and supported by a Client Manager for each of the clients you own.

Digital Content Writer

This is a full-time, remote contractor position.

Our Digital Content Writer will write content for our clients that inspires, educates, and engages their audiences. You’ll use your words to motivate people to take action on behalf of our clients through emails, social media posts, landing pages, blog posts, and video scripts. You have a strategic marketing mindset and are a savvy wordsmith with a knack for and love of writing.

Social Media Content Creator/Designer

This is a full-time, remote contractor position.

You’ll be responsible for designing and developing social media and web graphics, social video, and web pages across a variety of Crackerjack Marketing clients. You’ll be a design chameleon, able to pick up and work with various brand standards as you go from project to project.

This role is fast paced and requires a confident and intelligent individual, who is an excellent communicator and digital native with strong command of social apps, algorithms, and content creation.

Digital Marketing Manager

This is a full-time, remote contractor position, with preference given to those who are in the US West Coast or able to consistently work on Pacific time.

Our Digital Marketing Managers are the liaisons between the agency and our clients. You are the primary point of contact, handling all day-to-day client interactions, as well as managing the team and projects needed to foster client success. This role is fast paced and requires a confident and intelligent individual who is an excellent communicator and has strong knowledge of digital marketing.

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What a fabulous team! They provide great intelligence, creativity, experience – and best of all, terrific people.

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Get in touch to learn how our social media and content marketing agency can work with your company or organization. We work all over the U.S., and the world, with companies big and small. We'd love to work with you, too.

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Finding Your Brand Voice

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Oscar winner Colin Firth could be the perfect person to ask about finding his voice – his virtuoso portrayal of a stuttering King George in The King’s Speech so cogently highlighted the frustrations of not having a clear way to communicate with a community. Some brands are equally tongue-tied, unclear about what the brand should sound like, leaving them either silent in social media or sounding haphazard and unrehearsed. Get over your brand speech impediments by considering the following concepts, all of which play an important role in a well-rounded social media brand voice.

Social Media Marketing and Management for Brands During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Social media management during COVID-19 will be critical to the success of many brands. Take care of your community now and reap the benefits of it later.

Memes for Marketing: Should You Use Them?

Is it possible to go a whole day online without seeing a meme? Wherever you look on social media, you find those amusing combinations of images and text sending a short, sharp message. Originally a meme was simply "an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture" (Merriam-Webster) but now it can be a piece of content - usually visual - that spreads quickly and may even go viral. A case in point: all the memes around Donald Trump, many of which focus on his hair.

Negative Comments About Your Brand? Make Them Work for You

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It’s never pleasant to receive negative comments and reviews. You work hard to deliver your very best products and services, and bad feedback stings. However, every business receives negative feedback from time to time. It’s how you handle it that sets you apart and keeps your customers coming back to you despite one less-than-stellar experience. And it’s how you respond that influences new customers to give you a chance, despite any negative reviews. The most important thing to remember is that social media is a public forum. Your audience (current and potential customers) will be paying attention to how you handle criticism and complaints.

Social Media: The KonMari Way

The KonMari Method is taking closets everywhere by storm. If you haven't heard of it yet, it's a system of decluttering that focuses on keeping only the items that spark joy in your life. And though the book that reveals the system, The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, is all about organizing your belongings at home, you can use it for social media too. Here's how to organize your social media the KonMari way:

How User-Generated Content Can Tell Your Brand Story

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Your brand story is so much more than a collection of facts about your business. It’s even much more than how you feel about your company and what makes it tick. It’s a unique, complex combination of the facts about your brand blended with the emotions your brand stimulates in its customers. Essentially, it’s a human-to-human representation of your business. Fans are already posting to Instagram and Facebook, why not empower them and harness their user-generated content for brand marketing?
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8 Steps to a Killer Social Media Newsroom for Inbound PR

You can publish great content that might be worthy of some coverage, but if a reporter or journalist doesn't know who to contact or can't easily find the information they are looking for, that journalist might pursue a different source for their story, meaning you'd miss out on some great PR coverage.
How to Improve the Success of Your Marketing Campaigns with Analytics

How to Improve the Success of Your Marketing Campaigns with Analytics

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It's only a small snippet of code, but it's the difference between knowing whether your marketing is working or failing miserably. I'm talking about analytics software, which packs a powerful punch in terms of helping you to understand your website, social media profiles and customers and letting you know whether you're succeeding in getting attention for your brand and making your business better known.

How to Customize Your Social Updates for Facebook and Twitter

Like every aspect of inbound marketing, social media is constantly evolving. Once upon a time, when marketing on Twitter and Facebook was in its infancy, auto-uploading the same posts to both platforms were considered acceptable and efficient. For…