Marketing Manager, Demand Generation

Marketing Manager, Demand Generation

Do you feel like it’s your life’s mission to market a great technology solution to some of the most forward-thinking people in the world? Do you consider yourself an ideal blend of creative and analytical? Have you ever dreamed of working at one of the fastest growing and most exciting tech startups in NYC who is listed on 2016's Crain's Best Places To Work?

We’re on a mission to bring sanity and clarity to the world’s most complex companies through our SaaS product, Datadog. Help us connect with developers and system administrators across the globe by using your ingenuity and tenacity (and, of course, some budget).

The role:

  • One word: Dynamic.  No two days at Datadog are ever the same
  • Initiating and managing relationships with advertising partners, bloggers, partner companies and anyone else that can help get the word out
  • Management, optimization and assessment of demand generation campaigns through a variety of channels
  • Analyzing data and trends
  • Promotion of our awesome in-house content to relevant audiences around the world
  • Working with product marketers, graphic designers, web developers and other members of the marketing team to create compelling copy that will help Datadog “fly off the e-shelves”
  • Taking a deep-dive into campaign metrics to truly assess their impact

 Who we’re looking for:

  • 4+ years working in high-tech B2B marketing, enterprise experience a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a proven ability to influence others
  • Strong analytical abilities
  • A self-starter that thrives in a non-structured environment
  • Willingness to travel occasionally
  • Desire to work in a high-growth startup atmosphere

Bonus Points:

  • You have experience with or a passion for the SaaS space
  • You’ve worked at a startup before
  • You have experience with Marketo or similar automation tool
  • You’re a self-admitted technology nerd
  • Google Analytics and AdWords certifications

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