Looking for a Digital Marketing Specialist in Kaunas

We are searching for a new member to join our Marketing & UA team to help us promote our games worldwide. YOU WILL Set up user acquisition campaigns (bidding strategy, tracking and creatives)Do daily ROI monitoring, data analysis and decision making to optimise performanceCooperate with our marketing team on creative testing, optimisation and iterationScale UA campaigns across multiple apps, countries and advertising channels YOU SHOULD Be data driven, structured and able to analyse and optimise UA KPIsEmbrace the unknown and be comfortable with uncertainty and incremental changeBe attentive to detail and able to juggle multiple ongoing projectsHave strong communication, project management and reporting skillsHave excellent written and spoken English language skillsBig advantage: Have experience in digital marketing and UA (Google Ads, Facebook Ads, etc. - please specify in your CV or cover letter) Advantage: Experience with analytics platforms WE OFFER Full-time UA/Digital MArketing Specialist job positionOpportunity to learn about the game industryOpportunity to excel and improve work related skillsWorkplace in our modern and pet-friendly office in KaunasSuper friendly team and the best parties everFree coffee, tea, snacks, foosball, PlayStation and moreStarting salary (net): 700-800Eur APPLY NOW Email your CV and cover letter at jobs@tutotoons.com.Email subject: UA Specialist Kaunas 2020-06Application deadline: June 28th, 2020 (inclusive)

We Are Back in the Office!

Over the past few weeks, our teams have been gradually coming back to the office. While working from home proved that nothing can stop TutoTOONS from creating the cutest family games, we are happy to be back! WFH might have been a challenge, but we faced it with positive vibes, a great mood, and a cheerful attitude! In this blog entry, TutoTOONS team members share their quarantine highlights and tips on how to stay positive! “Started to forget how to speak,” says Inga, Lead Animator of TutoTOONS. “It was a bit lonely, buteverything was good!” Egle, our Administrator, shares a funny story: “It's crazy when you are on a Skype call (and everyone can hear what is happening around you), but your kid shows up with a request: Mommy, the cat pooped, go and clean it!” Milda, our Video Editor, weighs the pros and cons of the quarantine: “Pros: I am more rested, it didn't feel like we were “away” from each other due to constant communication. Cons: certain tasks took a bit more time because I did not take my PC from work, just some files, so I constantly had to redownload them from Drive. Never forget your files!” “Working from home was pretty great. It was nice to work from the comfort of my home and save 1.5-2 hours of traveling to and from work. The only downside was that I was unable to hang out with my coworkers,” - says Goda, QA. Irmantas, Sound Designer, shares his opinion. “I'm a self-sufficient introvert so this quarantine was more than manageable. The biggest challenge was to keep our 2-year-old kid occupied so he wouldn't destroy the flat or kill himself. My wife was also working from home, so we tried to take shifts.” “It was good,” says Giedrius, Game Developer. “Productiveness increases when you need to do the "thinking" tasks because sometimes an open office environment is a distraction. On the other hand, when things need to be discussed - the office environment is more suitable. Plus, I save an hour for commuting which is nice.” Stefano, UA & Ad Monetisation specialist, has a playful answer. “I loved to be close to my girlfriend, cat, bathroom, and fridge. I missed my office chair and free snacks (even though this was great for my health). I'm glad that I was already preparing myself to work remotely, so I knew the best practices: dressing as I would go to the office, setting space for work. I maintained a similar schedule (my home is 55 sq.m but it was possible to separate parts of the flat, so you can do it too). If I would be a remote worker, I think I'd use coworking spaces quite often.” Working from home was both exciting and fun. It is great that our team was capable of adapting their work schedules and do tasks efficiently in these unexpected times. We are sending all the best wishes and hoping our stories cheered you up a bit! Take good care of yourself and your loved ones!

New Update for Smolsies! Let’s Play Soccer!

On June 18th we released an awesome update for Smolsies! We listened to our players' suggestions and added a new mini game to the Smolsies world. Now you can play soccer and win cool (signed!) t-shirts! Are you ready to test your skills and win all the matches? Also, don't forget to bathe your little Smolsies – they love colorful bubbles very much! Just no splashing! Download Smolsies here: Play Store – https://goo.gl/8Whz2F App Store – https://goo.gl/F26WUP Amazon – https://goo.gl/XtCJNE