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Business Development Representative

Business Development Representative

From $45,000 To $60,000

Posted 1 month ago

Company Description

AdvertiseCast is the premier podcast advertising marketplace that helps podcasters monetize and advertisers reach loyal audiences to build their brands. Our mission is to connect advertisers with podcasters, driving tangible results for their marketing campaigns. This role will be based in Dallas, TX, but will offer flexibility for some remote work.

Role Description

This is a full-time and entry level business-development role. The Business Development Representative will be responsible for managing advertising campaigns and relationships with podcasters and advertisers. The Account Manager will ensure that the campaigns are meeting client goals and objectives. The role requires a mix of account management, strategic thinking, and project management skills. Some work from home is acceptable but the candidate must be located in Dallas, TX.


Account management, sales, or project management experience

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Ability to work independently and as a team player

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

Experience on knowledge in the podcast industry is a plus

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field is a plus

Proficiency with Microsoft Office and sales management software

Quote Attainment – “Hunter” mentality, will meet / exceed monthly and/or quarterly sales lead and revenue objectives

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Sound You Can See: Podcasting’s Video Dilemma

For the first time, more podcast listeners say that they have watched a podcast in the last 30 days than have listened to one. Yet, simply popping your pod on YouTube is likely to fail. So, what are podcasters to do? Sound You Can See dives into consumer perceptions of podcasts on video — and how they continue to drive the future of this medium. The study examines differences in perceptions between video primaries and audio primaries, from preferred topics and genres to the surprising demographic that “listens” to more than half of their podcasts on YouTube. We will also look at when podcast consumers choose one over the other.

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