Hiring Web Marketing Analyst

At Tumbleweed our success hinges on how well we use the internet. For
the past five years, our strategy has been to grow our brand online,
and it’s been a very exciting time for us. Not only are we a housing
company, but we are also a tech company too.

We’re looking for someone with great web skills and technical
strength to continue building our web presence. We do have a strategy
and system in place which you will use, and you’ll have time and
resources to expand beyond our current efforts. Our staff consists of 7
full time people, and you’ll be the first person fully dedicated to web
strategy. 

Areas of Responsibility

SEO

Email marketing

Affiliate network

Web ads

Conversion testing

Press release topics and submission

Increasing social media presence

We have a programmer, a graphic designer and a writer you will be
working with. Your role will be to take part in creating and
implementing the marketing/sales strategy.

Here are a couple examples of what you’ll be doing:

  • We recently signed up with AvantLink, and need someone to upload all
    our data, images, ads, etc into their data feed and keep it updated.
  • We send out about 15 emails per month to targeted email lists. You
    will be responsible to send each one, all the while testing things such
    as different subject line.

This job is in Sonoma, CA. It is Monday-Friday. Vacation plus benefits.

To apply, please email your resume to webanalystjob@tumbleweedhouses.com

Written by Steve Weissmann — February 06, 2012

Filed under: Business  

Tumbleweed on Extreme RV


See our custom Fencl on the Travel Channel's Extreme RV's this
Sunday, January 29 at 8:00 pm PST and 11:00 pm EST. Be sure to send us a
note on Facebook & Twitter during the show. We'd love to hear your reaction & feedback. The house is for sale. You can read all about it here.

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Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — January 25, 2012

Filed under: Events  

Checking in with Ella.

I love checking in on our industrious posse of Tumbleweed builders. These are the kind of customers dreams are made of! Take Ella, for example. If you are not following her blog, you are missing out on an incredible journey.


One of
the things I love about her blog is that she lets you in on every little
detail. Honestly, this is the kind of information that can help any of
you who want to build your own Tumbleweed get started. Ella represents
most of our accomplished builders: no prior construction experience,
self-motivated and gettin' it done! Oh, and did I mention that she is
yet another builder who started her build right after attending one of
our super-rockin' workshops?
People ask me all the time, "Should I go to a workshop before I attempt
to build?" All I will say is this: check out Ella's build and get to
the nearest workshop and see for yourself!


Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — January 19, 2012

Filed under: Build it yourself  

To compost or not to compost...


Last night during our #TinyHouseChat on Twitter, we had a lively discussion about composting toilets. There is still a lot of mystery and a little fear about the whole concept. I think some still equate composting toilets with the old outhouses of years gone by. Well, nothing can be farther from the current reality of composting. When done properly, it can be a viable solution for those who want to live off the grid and have the freedom that a tiny house affords. One good read on the subject is the Humanure Handbook.


We recommend the book and it is considered the ultimate authority on the subject. There are some modern versions of the composting toilet that are worthy of exploration.

Check out this one by Envirolet:


This is an engineering marvel. It comes in 2 electric and 1 non-electric models and is easy to install. One thing I really like about this company is that they provide a gallery so you can see the toilets that their customers installed. You can see it here. Check out the images and the details about this option and let me know what you think in the comments.


Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — January 19, 2012

Filed under: Build it yourself  

Candice Builds a Tiny House

Here is another home built by one of our past workshop attendees.
Candice put so much time and energy into her build and it shows:



Our 2-day workshop can help you to turn your tiny house dreams into reality. Check out our locations here.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — January 19, 2012

Filed under: Build it yourself  
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