In Need For A New Colleague?

05.19.11 Posted in Blog by

After having worked as an ‘indie’ for several months now and participating in several great projects since graduating in november, I’m now looking for a permanent job. This month my current freelance contracts are ending and I’d like to use this opportunity to change course and look out for a permanent job. I’m looking forward to work in a team again and to jointly accomplish bigger projects.

I’m looking for a permanent job in an innovative, young and vibrant environment. I’m in love with everything that has to do with online music services, but am interested in community management and online marketing too. Preferably (but not necessarily) the job is located in the West of The Netherlands.

In November last year I finished the master New Media & Digital Culture and during my studies and during the last six months I’ve already worked for exciting online (music) start-ups, wrote for the Dutch quality newspaper NRC Next and blogged for Hypebot.

This is where I would love and could use your help, dear regular reader!

With lots of energy and new ideas I’d love to join an inspiring company soon. If you have a vacancy that you’d consider me suitable for, or know about a company that’s hiring, you can contact me 24/7, via email, Twitter or LinkedIn. Also, spreading this message with a short tweet or mail is widely appreciated!

Thanks for reading and thanks for helping!

Robbert van Ooijen

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Online Marketing Campaigns

02.22.10 Posted in Portfolio, Work by

In 2009/2010 I’ve helped the online music platform TwonesTwones with solving several communications and marketing related issues like setting up their online marketing campaigns. Twones was an exciting Dutch online music start-up that got wide coverage in the international tech-press. Although low-budget, the campaigns reached among others TechCrunchThe Next Web and All Things Digital.

Unfortunately the music platform Twones had to close in July 2010 due to financial issues. The technology powering the platform got a second life in