SEM Manager

Company Name:
HireMinds
Our client, a small digital agency, is looking for an experienced, creative, Search Engine Marketing Manager to ensure our clients achieve their online marketing goals. The ideal candidate will love technology, marketing and analytical. 3-5 years of experience in Google AdWords and Google Analytics is a must. And experience with Bing, Facebook and BI tools is strongly preferred.
This is a good fit for someone who enjoys working with different clients in an agency setting, managing/mentoring staff and can dive in and do the work. This person will be responsible for designing, planning and implementing online lead generation strategies, using Google Adwords, internet and social media tools.
Requirements:
3-5 years of experience in Search Engine Marketing/Pay Per Click (PPC) with proven results
BS/BA advertising/marketing/finance
Strong knowledge and experience with Google Analytics or other similar analytics platforms
Strategic thinker, good with numbers
In-depth understanding of PPC tracking
Strong analytical and organizational skills, ability to multi-task and juggle priorities
Solid interpersonal and communication skills
Strong project and time-management skills
Knowledge of search engine optimization (SEO) techniques preferred
Responsibilities:
Execute new program roll outs, management and optimization
Develop quality keyword portfolio
Maintain and update ad copy and landing pages
Develop time sensitive client-facing reports
Run online analytics and metrics, recommend improvements
Work with Excel with vlookups and Pivot tables
Conduct weekly client status calls
Creatively and effectively problem solve
Work efficiently and articulately in a team environment
Strong attention to detail


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