Product Marketing Manager, Advertiser Experience
Millions of businesses around the world use Pinterest. We're looking for an experienced product marketer to help Pinterest build simple, powerful and scalable tools for Partners to manage their investment on Pinterest.
In this role, you'll represent our partner tools internally and externally and provide our Product Management and Engineering teams with a clear perspective on the market needs and value proposition. You'll lead go-to-market efforts to assure strong product adoption, and you'll monitor market requests and feedback to maximize advertiser retention and satisfaction.
You have a deep passion for Pinterest, a strong understanding of our products and where they fit in digital advertising landscape. You have experience working on user interfaces and a passion for creating sophisticated yet simple software for advertisers. You have solid creative and strategic instincts, and extensive experience leading cross-functional teams. You have exceptional communication skills and the ability to make complex concepts simple and actionable.
What you'll do:
- Work in lockstep with Product Managers to lead successful product launches
- Drive cross-functional alignment throughout the go-to-market process, tracking success metrics accordingly
- Define the messaging, positioning and launch plan for new partner products
- Use data and insights to drive adoption of strategic priorities and influence our overall monetization strategy
- Communicate with internal and external teams to educate and inspire them on Pinterest's solutions for advertisers
What we're looking for :
- 7+ years of experience in product marketing at a fast growing tech company
- Experience in client services or at an agency, with a deep understanding of the media planning cycles
- Sharp eye for detail and proven project management and operational skills
- Keen ability to translate complexity into simple, clear communication
- A passion for Pinterest!
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