15 best websites to find remote marketing jobs (list I used to get hired)

I thought I would put together a list of remote marketing jobs for everyone out there wanting to get away from their corporate or agency environments. I have worked from home for over four years now and would never go back to the corporate cubicle environment.

Here are a few tips I have learned that might help you if you are on the fence, searching for a new job, or currently working remotely.

Tips for working remotely

People person

If you are a people person, working remotely might not be for you! (thankfully I’m not)

No cubicle distractions

On the plus side, when there are no people there are also no distractions. Nobody walking into your cubicle and a 5-minute chat turning into a 30-minute conversation.

New distractions

You do have new distractions though, such as Facebook, Tweetdeck, etc. Learn some discipline. If you are one of those people that are constantly opening up a new tab and typing fa… then you know what I mean. I only visit social media sites in the evenings after my work is finished.

I also have the UnDistracted Chrome extension installed. This allows you to block out all the newsfeeds on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.

Hide Facebook feed
Hide Facebook feed

Make your home office work for you

Take advantage of your home office. I bought a standing desk from Fully, an awesome little company down in Portland Oregon. I live in Arizona and they shipped it to me and I assembled in less than an hour. It is motorized which allows me to stand during the morning and then lower back down in the late afternoon.

Find a routine

Find your routine! Some people work different hours when working remotely. For me, I get up in the morning around 7 am and usually drive down to Starbucks for my morning cup of coffee. It is only about a minute away from me. I start working at 8 am, eat lunch at my desk, and go until around 5 or 6 pm. And then some evenings I hop back on later in the night.

Don’t forget to excercise

Get your exercise. Most people working from home probably don’t get out as much and so it is very important to have a good exercise routine.

Eat healthier

Eat healthy. Just because you are working from home doesn’t mean you should be snacking on Little Debbies all day long. Prepare healthy meals. In fact, I have found myself eating healthier because I am at home.

Save money

Save money on gas and vehicle repairs. This is one of the best perks about working from home. I probably only fill my car up with gas about once every month and a half. True story! Because of this, my car will probably last forever.

Self-employment taxes are no fun

Beware of self-employment taxes in the US! Depending upon your employer, working from home might put you into the self-employed category. If so it means your employer might not be taking out your social security and medicare for you and you will have to pay the 15.3%.

So be careful when looking for new jobs, as you could end up making less if you aren’t careful. It also means you might have to file quarterly federal taxes. I use a nifty little program from Intuit for estimating and paying my quarterly taxes. I do still have to file my quarterly state taxes separately though.

Careful if you’re a workaholic

If you’re a workaholic, be careful not to burn out. I learned this the hard way. It can be easy just to keep working and not take any breaks to enjoy life.

Best websites to find remote marketing jobs

  1. AngelList
  2. GrowthHackers
  3. Hubstaff Talent
  4. Remotive
  5. We Work Remotely
  6. remote | OK
  7. Authentic Jobs
  8. Working Nomads
  9. remotees
  10. iHeart Remote Work
  11. Jobspresso
  12. JobRack
  13. Remote Jobs Club
  14. Hey Marketers
  15. Search Remotely

1. AngelList

AngelList is one of my favorite sites to find remote marketing jobs. Partially due to a lot of big named companies being on AngelList, as well as hot new startups.


There are two options you have. Under location, you can select “Remote.”

location remote

And then under job type, you can select “Remote OK.”

remote ok

AngelList has a lot of great startup companies looking to actively hire people. Here are a few examples of companies currently on AngelList:

  • Creative Market
  • Evernote
  • Tinder
  • Uber
  • Sprout Social
  • ShareThis

2. GrowthHackers

The term “growth hacking” was coined by Sean Ellis in 2010 and was initially intended for startups to define a high impact growth role.

If you haven’t ever read anything on GrowthHacker’s website well then I can’t help you. Besides having kick-ass reading materials and case studies they also have a great job section. While they don’t have a lot, the ones they do have are always high quality. They will usually always say remote in the description if they are remote jobs. See the example below.

growthhackers remote job

Here are a few examples of companies currently on GrowthHackers:

  • Kiva
  • Wistia
  • BeardBrand!
  • KlientBoost (these guys push out the best PPC content I have ever seen)
  • Harvest
  • ActiveCampaign
  • GetResponse
  • LeadPages
  • AdRoll
  • Grammarly

3. Hubstaff Talent

You are probably familiar with the popular Hubstaff time tracking software. But did you know they also have a Hubstaff Talent section on their website? It’s actually pretty impressive, and out of all the websites, it probably has the best UI and most intuitive search options.

You can search by job type, pay rate, and easily see next to the jobs if they are remote or not. This is a great place to find remote marketing jobs!

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Hubstaff Talent:

  • We Technology
  • Insane Fitness
  • AppSoar
  • Marketing#360
  • Gingerbread Marketing
  • Titan Web Agency

4. Remotive

Remotive is a curated list of remote jobs. This one probably has the best quality of companies.

Simply select “Marketing” from the dropdown.

remotive marketing jobs

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Remotive:

  • Buffer
  • InVision
  • Baremetrics
  • Automatic
  • GitHub
  • Trello
  • Mozilla
  • Zapier
  • Edgar

5. We Work Remotely

We Work Remotely doesn’t have a lot of marketing jobs, but usually, the few they do have are unique to their site. Definitely, one you should check out.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on We Work Remotely.

  • Sticker Mule
  • Piggy LLC
  • Aha!
  • Kinsta
  • Chili Piper
  • MailerLite

6. remote | OK

remote | OK gets new jobs daily and is another great resource.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on remote | OK:

  • Stack Exchange
  • BuySellAds
  • SumoMe.me
  • Sucuri

7. Authentic Jobs

Since 2005, Authentic Jobs has helped designers, hackers, and creative pros find work at hundreds of companies.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Authentic Jobs:

  • Facebook
  • Apple
  • ESPN
  • HBO
  • EA
  • HP

8. Working Nomads

Working Nomads is a curated list of remote jobs, for the modern working nomad. Here are a few examples of companies currently on Working Nomads.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Working Nomads:

  • InVision
  • Toshiba
  • Help Scout
  • DuckDuckGo

9. remotees

Remotees is an aggregator that monitors sites with remote-friendly positions continuously, made for people looking for remote jobs. Note: This is not a job board itself, but rather a feed.

10. iHeart Remote Work

iHeart Remote Work is an efficient way to find remote marketing jobs. Find the most qualified professionals from around the world! No accounts. No hassle. Just Jobs. 

Here are a few examples of companies currently on iHeart Remote Work:

  • Kinsta
  • Unbound
  • Help Scout
  • Toptal
  • The Theme Foundry
  • SEO.com
  • Olark
  • YNAB

11. Jobspresso

Jobspresso provides an easy way to find remote jobs, careers and other remote work opportunities at interesting and innovative companies.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Jobspresso:

  • Kinsta
  • Heroku
  • salesforce
  • Wikimedia Foundation
  • Zapier
  • Microsoft
  • Shopify
  • Automattic
  • DigitalOcean
  • GitLab

12. JobRack

JobRack takes a unique spin on things and focuses on talent in Eastern Europe. It is completely free to signup for and all of their jobs are remote. You can find full time, part-time, hourly, monthly, and fixed projects. They have both sales and marketing positions, as well as project managers. They even run weekly training webinars for job seekers to ensure you get placed!

jobrack remote European jobs

13. Remote Jobs Club

Get a once-weekly email roundup of remote jobs that aren’t restricted by commutes or a particular geographic area. RemoteJobsClub is a manually curated for the best quality by Siimon Sander.

Here are a few examples of companies that have been included:

  • Kinsta
  • Hotjar
  • HelpScout
  • Toptal
  • MeetEdgar
  • Automattic

14. Hey Marketers

Hey Marketers focuses on listing the best marketing jobs in tech, SaaS, and ecommerce.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Hey Marketers:

  • Digital Ocean
  • Basecamp
  • Tailwind
  • Patreon
  • Helpscout

15. Search Remotely

Search Remotely is one of the largest platforms for remote workers, with thousands of high-quality remote jobs on offer from a wide range of companies hiring around the world. The job list is updated daily and there is the option to set up job alerts that go straight into the inbox.

Here are a few examples of companies currently on Search Remotely:

  • Google
  • Oracle
  • Shopify
  • GitLab
  • Red Hat
  • Toptal
  • Zapier


Hopefully, this list of remote marketing jobs was helpful! Have I missed any good ones? If so, please let me know below in the comments.

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14 thoughts on “15 best websites to find remote marketing jobs (list I used to get hired)”

  1. great resource – I will share with my tech clients who want work flexibility – especially parents who like to see their kids sometimes:)

    Also, consider S-corp status if you earn over 50k from home as a 1099 contractor.

    • Thanks Chris! Ya, I am learning some things. I am opening up an LLC and then filing as S-corp status. Means I have to run payroll to myself lol. But then I don’t get taxed the full 15.3% by paying myself dividends. At least, I think that is how it works haha. I am working with an accountant.

      • yes correct – def work with a CPA bc the temptation for some is to make salary too low and dividends high which would earn you an audit:) CPA will help with a good ratio. Also consider doing what I did when I started – use a payroll co and pay yourself quarterly (or monthly) to keep costs lower. Paychex charges me $45 per pay period plus ~100 quarter for quarterly return (941).

        Then you know all fed and state taxes are handed properly. if you want flexibility, pay a lower salary and a bonus at year end. things to consider:)

        Also know that health insurance is FULLY deductible for S corp owners – for some reason there are a lot of people (including consultants at my first payroll co ADP) that need this to be explained to them. Amazing…

  2. Great list of remote resources! This should be a list on Product Hunt or something. Very helpful stuff. I have it bookmarked now.

    • Thanks Nicholas :) Ya when I was job hunting I couldn’t find a good list myself, so I simply made a list out of my bookmarks. By the way, do you happen to have any invites for Product Hunt? Still trying to get an account lol. PM me if you do. Have a great week.

  3. This is awesome, thank you for sharing! I never knew there were so many opportunities. Sometime I’ll likely make a change from my current career and the allure of working at home doing things I love (growing online companies) sounds pretty awesome!

  4. Awesome post! This is like a gold mine for those with online skills that want to work from Home. I’d also add micro sites like Fiverr and Konker.io and Upwork and Freelancer as well.

  5. Great list of remote resources! I can also recommend justremote.co as a brilliant resource for people looking for remote work as it allows you to find both partially and fully remote roles and is also very upfront about timezone requirements.

  6. Great list. I would also like to recommend DailyRemote as a remote job board addition. It is constantly updated with new remote jobs in various fields such as sales, marketing, writing, finance, software development, etc.


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