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2 years of experience in B2B digital marketing, preferably in SaaS. Proficient in digital marketing platforms, including Hubspot, Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Wordpress Strong analytical skills and experience with data analysis and reporting.ExpandActive JobUpdated 21 days ago
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