Apple posted a job posting for an "iTunes Mobile Marketing Manager", offering further indications that the company may soon release iPod cell phones. Apple Insider spotted the job listing and writes:
In the posting, Apple said the position would be responsible for overseeing worldwide mobile marketing programs for iTunes content and feature campaigns.
"This person will be responsible for working with cross-functional teams, including Engineering and Marketing Communications, and outside partners to develop the program infrastructure and reporting solutions that can be leveraged worldwide," the company said. "The iTunes Mobile Marketing Manager will be accountable for traffic, sales and customer acquisition goals."
In particular, the iPod maker said the marketing manager would be responsible for collaborating with iTunes engineering to build program components as the foundation of the mobile marketing strategy.