New Media PH launches Digital Marketing Jobs Board

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New Media Philippines was founded in 2008 to serve as a resource blog for Digital Marketers. Over the last few years we’ve released an eBook that was downloaded over 10,000 times, wrote over 950 articles, generated more than 5,500 comments, and became subject matter experts for traditional media outlets. We’ve also held several successful training workshops and conferences. The real question is… what’s next? Today we’re taking a step forward by launching the New Media Philippines Digital Marketing Jobs Board.

Screen capture of the New Media PH Jobs Board

For Digital Marketers

With the Digital Marketing boom, more and more companies are looking for digital marketers. We hope that through the Jobs Board you’re able to find opportunities that can give your career a boost.

For Employers

The vast majority of the readers of New Media Philippines ARE aspiring or existing digital marketers. This is one of the best places to source candidates for hiring. If you want to get listed in the jobs board, please click here.

Important: The Jobs Board site is still on beta so expect it to get better over time. We’re also in the process of adding more companies in the listing.

Thank you everyone for supporting New Media PH for the last 4 years and we hope that you will all enjoy and benefit from this new feature of our site. :)


2 Responses to “New Media PH launches Digital Marketing Jobs Board”

  1. Mike

    Great resource for a curated list of digital marketing job postings :D
    Woohoo – Launch day! #ftw

  2. entrepnegosyo

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the great mom’s out there with noble character Integrity, passionate and God fearing Mother . God bless you all


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