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Estipona Group Seeks Digital Content Specialist

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Submitted by Edward Estipona on Wed, 06/27/2018 - 14:09

About the Job

The person in this role will be responsible for developing and executing killer ideas (though to be clear, not literally “killer,” as that’s bad for business) for digital content including social media campaigns. They will also develop digital strategy, manage digital media buys and evaluate metrics for all of the above on behalf of our super-spectacular clients.

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Help Us Give Away $500 to a Local Non-Profit

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Submitted by Edward Estipona on Tue, 11/07/2017 - 13:53

I was recently honored and humbled to receive the 2017 “Friend of the Foundation” award from the Community Foundation of Western Nevada, a philanthropic organization that is near and dear to my heart.

Quick fact: Did you know in its 19 years in existence, the Community Foundation has awarded $100 million in grants locally? Now that’s impressive.

Anyhow, back to the focus of this post — which, by the way, is not about me or my award. It’s about you.

EG Seeks Digital Content Wiz

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Submitted by Edward Estipona on Thu, 01/28/2016 - 00:00

modify-image Digital Content Manager/Director About the Job The person in this role will be responsible for developing and executing killer ideas (though to be clear, not literally “killer,” as that’s bad for business) for social media content and campaigns, spearheading SEO efforts, managing online spending

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