Fibery is a no-code product discovery & development platform. It connects processes like feedback management, product discovery, software development, research, etc, and helps teams to break through knowledge silos.
Our practical goal is to give product managers a tool that combines prioritization, feedback management, roadmapping, and many other, product management-related challenges.
Our long-term goal is to augment organizational intelligence. Basically, to help teams of knowledge workers solve problems that seemed insoluble before.
We have a very strong engineering team and a tiny but enthusiastic marketing team.
Now our growth is mostly linear at its best with word of mouth being our best-performing (and least controlled…😩) acquisition channel. We want to increase the number of monthly leads several times in 2024 and find a stable acquisition channel connecting us with relevant people. Enter SEO.
For the past few months, we’ve started churning out content via freelancers, a content agency, and AI. The jury is still out, but it’s clear that this is a worthwhile investment: our rankings started to improve in many relevant queries, and we started logging significant traffic.
Now it’s time to scale things. Enter you.
- Do KW research in already explored and new topics within product management
- Assemble SEO briefs, and dispatch them with the help of our content manager. We wanna crank out ~100 articles each month.
- Make suggestions as to how to improve already existing content
- Build links. Or don’t. Whichever you prefer.
- Monitor and analyze SEO performance
- Give suggestions to our in-house team on website & technical SEO improvements
- Have we mentioned leads yet?
- Well, we are not interested in any leads, we are interested in activated leads from our ICPs…
- …who are coming from organic traffic.
We honestly hope you are. Apart from that, here are the compulsory checkboxes:
- You have a proven SEO track record of improving (preferably B2B SaaS) site rankings.
- You keep up with the latest SEO trends, so terms like semantic SEO don’t scare you.
- You are ready to experiment. SEO is a novel field at Fibery: despite its early validation, we might encounter unexpected roadblocks on our way to topical authority.
- You are okay if the product drives SEO and not the other way around. We are committed to writing about topics and pain points that our product already addresses.
- You are ready to own the SEO track and you are not afraid of owning outcome metrics.
- You are ready to work either part-time (at least 20 hours/week) or full-time. Either way, fully remotely.
- Being part-time means not always available so working in sync with our content manager (who’s in CET) is a must.
We are a team of around 30 people. We work remotely from Poland, Cyprus, Denmark, Belarus, Czechia, Finland, and Hungary. You are free to pick where and when you work, but there should be some intersection with working hours in Europe.
- Fully-remote job with flexible working hours
- Autonomy and some fun
- 21 vacation days per year
- Unlimited sick days
- You don’t have to tell us that SEO takes time. We know it. Not because we are so smart but because we have been there.
- You won’t be bottlenecked by a lack of internal resources. We have an in-house website designer, graphic designer, and a content manager. You’re the missing jigsaw for forming a world-class SEO team.
- Your manager (our Head of Marketing) has listened to every Matt Digitty YouTube video since 2015. At least twice. Yet, he’s very much eager to learn from you and can’t wait for you to join.
- We have a product that’s probably a very good fit for different programmatic SEO strategies. Editorial SEO is just the beginning for Fibery.
- We think that SEO is changing rapidly but we don’t think that it’s dead. We are ready to invest in it and make you one of the best SEO experts in the globe. If you aren’t already. Are you? Apply and let’s find out together.
Drop the examples of your work at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you might (and might not) be a good fit. Stock cover letters won’t do — please tell us why you want this job, not just any job.
We have no recruitment managers, so it’s gonna be our head of marketing and a fellow content manager right from the first interview.
See ya! 😼
Psst... Wanna try Fibery? 👀
Infinitely flexible work & knowledge hub.