Pursue Your Career in Advertising Sales at The New York Times!
Are you a persuasive, enthusiastic, driven person interested in an inside sales position selling print and digital advertising space for a world-renowned media and publishing company?
The New York Times, the nation’s largest and most respected daily national newspaper, has openings on our inside sales team. As a member of the team you will focus on selling ad space within all of The New York Times products.
You should be familiar with selling display advertising, writing sales proposals, using MS Excel and MS Word, and applying rate cards and syndicated research data to further the sales process. Knowledge of contact management software application is a plus.
You will be expected to meet and exceed sales goals, make cold calls, prospect for new customers, and build upon and service existing advertisers in your assigned territory or category. When calling prospects, you will need to identify the key advertising placement decision makers and initiate and pursue productive, consultative relationships
You should be articulate, tenacious, persuasive, prepared, meticulous, organized, energetic, a team player and have previous inside sales/telephone sales experience.
The inside display advertising sales team is an excellent place to enhance your career in advertising sales, manufacture a series of successes, gain notice, and be promoted to higher levels of responsibility.
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