LoveToKnow is seeking a Senior Product Manager to take our WordFinder word game solver website to the next level. Our ideal candidate is entrepreneurial and passionate about building amazing products that add value to our user’s life.  As a leader at LoveToKnow, you will have the freedom and responsibility to make a major impact.

This role will lead data-informed product decisions working cross-functionally with engineers, UX designers, marketing, SEO and content professionals, using their knowledge of online media/content to provide an outstanding customer experience.

Our ideal candidate is entrepreneurial and passionate about building amazing products that add value to our users’ lives. As the WordFinder team leader, you will have the freedom and responsibility to make a major impact with tremendous growth potential in your role. 

Perks &Benefits:

  • Work Remote 

  • Flexible Hours

  • Health Plan

  • 401K Match

  • Learning Allowance

In this role, you will:

  • P&L responsibility for the WordFinder Web business.

  • Research and understand user needs and market gaps.

  • Identify and develop new product features and engaging experiences for our users.

  • Determine metrics to evaluate the success of new ideas and prioritize ways to make continual improvements.

  • Work cross-functionally (with engineers, UX designers, marketing, etc) to launch your features.

  • Balance strategic projects while maintaining product momentum and launch schedules.

  • Partner with content leaders to develop engaging content to drive acquisition and add value for users. 

  • Collaborate with the Revenue Team to incorporate meaningful advertising experiences that balance user experience and revenue generation.

  • Monitor key success metrics including return visits, engagement, organic traffic.

  • Lead the evolution of the WordFinder brand.

What you will need to be successful:

  • A history of entrepreneurship and/or building great products is a must.

  • At least 3 years of experience in digital product leadership roles with consumer-oriented (B2C) web products.

  • Interest in word games, games in general, and also linguistics.

  • Familiarity with market research, consumer behavior, and marketing techniques.

  • Experience building community with email, social and other means.

  • Experience with advertising-based revenue.

  • Deep knowledge of SEO and web customer acquisition strategies.

  • Facilitate global (cross timezone) brainstorming and collaborative design sessions.

  • Great communication skills along with the ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams.

  • Background in products geared towards today's generation of gamers.

  • Highly organized, strong follow-up, self-starter, and highly motivated.

  • Resourceful and creative problem solver.

  • Highly intelligent, with strong academic credentials or experience.

  • Business and online marketing background. 

About LoveToKnowMedia:

LoveToKnow Media’s websites comprise one of the largest digital media companies in the US. Our family of lifestyle, educational & outdoor recreation brands provide best-in-class content every month to 45-million unique users and across 100-million page views. LoveToKnow is a virtual remote work company in the US and employees telecommute in a flexible working environment. We are US based, but also have offices in Barcelona, Spain and India. Learn more at CEO Howard Love has founded or co-founded over 15 companies and has invested in over 60 early-stage startups including OpenTable (IPO), Trulia (IPO), FlexJobs, and HotelTonight (acquired by Airbnb). Howard is a frequent speaker and has published a bestselling book on startups called ‘The Start-Up J Curve' Learn more at

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