eCape hiring account representatives

eCape, (ecape.com) a 15-year-old website design and marketing company based in South Dennis, MA, is adding to our sales team to handle our rapid growth.


We're looking for people who love the Internet and helping small businesses prosper in the 21st century. We offer the following services especially tailored for small to medium local businesses: website design and hosting, online media advertising, and many other Internet marketing services.


Demand for our services is skyrocketing - every local business needs our services. Local businesses are tired of working with faceless national companies for their Internet needs and are eager to do business with local people. We have a fully staffed office and sales support team.This position is home-based and has flexible hours.


You will get a base salary plus commission. Plus, you will have the satisfaction of helping local businesses survive and thrive in this digital age. You must be available to start in September. We are looking for people in the Lower, Mid, and Upper Cape region as well as Plymouth.


Requirements:



  • You must have a minimum of one year outside sales experience, preferably in a B2B industry

  • You must be an enthusiastic user of the Internet and smart phones.

  • You must be a top-notch networker and closer

  • You must have strong written communication skills


Not required, but definitely a plus:



  • Experience with Salesforce or another cloud-based CRM program

  • Experience with BaseCamp or another cloud-based project management program

  • Experience with BNI or another structured networking group

  • Existing contacts and relationships in the local business community


Please email your LinkedIn profile link, your resume, and a cover letter specifically explaining how your skills can help grow eCape to Julie Brooks   [email protected]


 

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