We are looking for an experienced SEO and PPC specialist to join our new and exciting Marketing agency client, based in London and Salisbury.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of Paid search (PPC) and SEO for our clients, including setting up campaigns, carrying out keyword research, audience building, creating ads and monitoring the success of the campaign throughout implementing any revisions where needed.
Main responsibilities will include:
Creating and optimising Paid search and display campaigns across multiple channels in line with Business goals and KPI's
Keeping up to date with any trends and patterns to ensure all campaigns are running at optimum performance level
Provide technical SEO analysis and recommendations on search rankings, keywords research and competitor data
Work as part of the team to identify the best techniques and implement any changes with the use of A/B testing and the ongoing analysis on campaigns offline and online
Constantly looking to develop new strategies on campaigns to meet business goals and targets
Essential skills and experience:
At least two year's experience within Paid Search/SEO
Good Knowledge in using Paid search tools such as GoogleAdWords, GoogleAnalytics, SEMrush, Moz.
Experience in reporting and understanding data and converting it into actionable insights.
Excellent spelling and grammar.
Proficient in using Word, Excel and Microsoft office.
Holds a UK Passport and Drivers licence.
This is a great opportunity to join an exciting, dynamic, forward thinking business, with ambitious growth plans.
Please note we regret that due to the high volume of CVs received we cannot give individual feedback to candidates. If you are not contacted within 5 working days of submitting your CV please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Honeypot People Ltd, is a UK-based agency providing specialist solutions within the Sales and Marketing Sector.
We operate an equal opportunities policy of treating all employees and job applicants equally regardless of race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, marital or civil partnership status or disability.