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I’m hiring an Email Analyst

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I’m looking for an Email Analyst to coordinate email communications for I Will Teach You To Be Rich. This is so important that I’m devoting an entire post to this new position.

As the IWT Email Analyst, you’ll help format, test, and release emails to 150,000+ subscribers. You’ll also help execute email split tests, analyze the results, and make recommendations for additional tests going forward.

Master world-class email techniques
This is a paid position. But more important than the money, you will be trained in world-class email-marketing strategy. You’ll send millions of emails. You’ll monitor, tweak, and test changes. You’ll master the frameworks, tools, and techniques we’ve created to change people’s behavior — and scientifically measure that our material works.

This is rare, backstage pass into IWT that even my closest friends don’t know about.

Weekly responsibilities include:

  • Formatting, testing, and releasing email broadcasts to my newsletter
  • Executing email split tests, analyzing the results, and recommending future split tests
  • Managing multiple email funnels
  • Becoming the resident technical expert for our ESP
  • Programing automated email messages to specific segments of subscribers

Deadline to apply is Tuesday 9/4 by midnight PST. This is a part-time contract position with room for future growth within the company.

No questions or exceptions please. To apply, click below:





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