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Google seeks SEO manager (to boost Google results)

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Google is looking for an SEO expert to boost its search results, on Google.

With 83 per cent of the mobile search market share, Google is far and away the most used search engine on the Internet.

But it still has to work to reach the top of its own algorithm.

The tech giant has posted a job advertisement calling for a “Program Manager, Search Engine Optimisation”.

A Google employee rides his scooter at the Google Campus. Photo: Getty
A Google employee rides his scooter at the Google Campus. Photo: Getty

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According to the ad, Google is looking for someone to “drive organic traffic and business growth” to its personal personal marketing websites.

The company was valued at $367 billion in May this year and is ranked by Forbes as the world’s 3rd most valuable brand.

The perks of working at Google are well known: free, gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinners, free (wifi-equipped) buses to and from work, massages as rewards and the ability to bring your pets to work.

If a Google employee dies, their spouse receives half of their wage for the next ten years, while work hours are divided by the famous 80/20 rule: 80 per cent work time and the rest spent on passion projects that could help the company.

The successful candidate needs 4 years of developing websites and applications, and 2 years working in search engine optimisation.

Know anyone who qualifies? Let them know – they probably weren’t looking for SEO work at Google.

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