Dedicated to former college football and men’s basketball players, LostLettermen.com launched in March 2009, targeting the highly desirable demo of high-income males, 35-49. As of June 2010, the site receives 125,000 unique visitors and 330,000 page views monthly.
Complete with original content and a database of over 150,000 former college football and men’s basketball players detailing their current whereabouts, the site has been featured in USA Today, ESPN.com, SI.com, and Mashable.com, as well as national radio shows including ESPN Radio’s “Doug Gottlieb Show,” and “The Michele Tafoya Show.”
Lost Lettermen recently partnered with Yahoo.com and will be a regular content contributor.
The site’s contributors include Heisman Trophy winners Charlie Ward and Ty Detmer, as well as and Final Four MVPs including Ed O’Bannon and Corliss Williamson.
Sales Agent Position:
LostLettermen.com is looking to hire a Sales Manager to oversee all online advertising and sponsorships.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Prospect and sell online advertising/sponsorships to target brands
- Update online media kit, and create sellable Sponsorship programs
- Continuing contact and mailings with prospects and partners via contact management database system
- Prospect and partner with best-fit ad network(s) for LostLettermen.com to maximize revenue potential
- MUST HAVE experience in advertising media sales, preferably online
- Passion for college sports, particularly football and men’s basketball
The compensation for Lost Lettermen is projected at $75,000, with a base of $30,000. The sky is the limit for compensation as commission is extremely high after reaching Year 1 sales goal.
CareerGrub - 2 years ago