Our mission is to bring blockchain to a billion people. The Alchemy Platform is a world class developer platform designed to make building on the blockchain easy. We've built leading infrastructure in the space, powering over $105 billion in transactions for tens of millions of users in 99% of countries worldwide.
As the our SEO Content Manager at Alchemy, you'll be responsible for designing content to help establish Alchemy as the leading blockchain developer platform.
The SEO Content Manager Content is a key member of the Alchemy growth team that supports the scaling of audience-centric content across personas and stages of the customer lifecycle.
Ultimately, this content will be used to drive organic top-of-funnel awareness of Alchemy, and generate conversions for Alchemy’s suite of web3 developer products and APIs.
You'll work cross-functionally with our world-class product, engineering, design, and sales teams to drive the launch and adoption of products that serve millions of users globally today.
Success in this role requires an excellent grasp of editorial best practices, On-page SEO, Semantic SEO, team management, and content performance measurement. Candidates should also possess a deep curiosity about web3. This role is English-focused but requires collaborating with a global team to scale content production across geos.
What We're Looking For:
We’re looking for candidates with 3+ years of experience:
Additionally, the candidate must possess:
Alchemy is a platform designed for developers that enables businesses to create decentralized applications that are both scalable and reliable without the burden of managing blockchain infrastructure in-house. It is presently faster, more dependable, and more scalable than any other comparable solution available, and it is incredibly straightforward to incorporate into existing development projects.
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