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Digital Marketing Manager

Ref #: 222
Location: UK
Salary: Highly Competitive
Type: Permanent
Digital Marketing Manager required for our well-established executive search firm based in Canary Wharf. You will be responsible for the full 360 marketing activity, developing, launching and managing multi-channel campaigns to drive acquisition and lead generation

The Digital Marketing Manager must be proficient in running all digital campaigns across SEO, PPC, Display and Marketing Automation. The core deliverables of this Digital Marketing role is to help drive better incoming quantity traffic, with the aim to drive marketing qualified leads to the sales teams. The successful candidate will have an analytical mind, have a drive to improve campaign performance, and a passion for digital marketing.

Your Responsibilities 

Strategic campaign planning, tactical execution and performance analytics of those campaigns

Maintaining the company website 

Utilising marketing technology / tools for automation campaigns

Executing SEO, PPC both organic and paid social media campaigns

Help with company branding for the sales and marketing messaging being delivered through various digital channels

Required/Essential 

3-7 years+ in B2B digital marketing

Solid experience using CRM and marketing automation platforms

High level experience covering Social Media Marketing (Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,etc), Search Engine Optimization, Content Marketing, PCC & Marketing Automation (enabling quality inbound leads)

Please only apply if you have suitable experience and we will contact those applicants for interview who we believe have suitable experience

 
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