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Old 01-05-2005   #1
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MSN Gearing Up To Launch Paid Search Advertising?

Andy Beal reports that he received job specs vial email today for a few upcoming positions at MSN, namely Search Account Executive, Search Marketing Specialist, and Search Marketing Analyst. Here are excerpts from the job descriptions:

Search Account Executive
The Senior Account Executive is responsible for negotiating and selling online advertising to medium to large businesses...

Search Marketing Specialists
Do you have pay for performance (P4P) Search experience and want to be part of the next revolution in online advertising? Do you want to help grow a high-performance organization by using cutting-edge technology and help customers get the most out of their advertising efforts?

Search Marketing Analyst
We are looking for a Search Marketing Analyst who is inspired to improve click through and conversion rates for advertisers through creative development and real-world testing. As a Search Marketing Analyst, you will help ensure that clients attain the best results possible through MSN’s pay for performance (P4P) offering.

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hmm

this subject seems mighty quiet...everyone must be in the interview process or considering

me thinks "they" are looking closely at people in here (SEW Forums), which is probably why "they" are such an effective organization. I certainly could not think of a more likely place to find qualified candidates...
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this subject seems mighty quiet...everyone must be in the interview process or considering

me thinks "they" are looking closely at people in here (SEW Forums), which is probably why "they" are such an effective organization. I certainly could not think of a more likely place to find qualified candidates...
I have yet to see anyone from MSN get involved with any of the threads so if they are watching it is extremely UTR....
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The other part that seems to be in need of changes is the advertising information they have on the site.

How to Advertise
MSN would like to quickly direct you to the correct area that suits your business needs. If you are interested in getting your business listed, please choose the appropriate option below:

MSN has partnered with Overture to provide businesses a quick and easy option for including their link in the "Sponsored Sites" sections of the search results page. Please visit the Overture with MSN section for more information.

MSN also offers keyword-targeting search results in the "Sponsored Sites" section of the search results page at the top and bottom of the page. These are link placements that are limited to three paid clients per keyword and are available to advertisers with a minimum annual spend of $75,000. Please visit the MSN Advertising section for more information.
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