Ecommerce & digital marketing jobs
Roles within ecommerce & digital marketing are highly diverse.
The online & digital world is a diverse jumble of evolving business models and organisational structures. As a hiring manager or job seeker it can be difficult to decipher the myriad of job titles in the market.
Below is a rough guide of standardised job types in the digital marketing & ecommerce market. Essentially, the online market place has three types of role (regardless of job titles)...
- Retention & Growth
1) Retention & Growth
We have significant experience of working across both B2C and B2B and have worked for businesses specialising in anything from Travel & Leisure, Entertainment & Ticketing, Fahion & Beauty, though to Fintech.
Ecommerce Roles & Digital Marketing Jobs We Recruit For
These are just some of the ecommerce roles and digital marketing job positions that we have recruited for in the past.
Social Media Marketer
Social media marketing is "leveraging social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to promote a company and its products and services as well as connect with its audience in new and authentic ways".
What are the responsibilities of a Social Media Marketer?
- Managing a company’s equity online
- Managing a brand or company's social presence
- Monitoring brand conversations happening online
- Be customer-centric - dealing with customer service through social media channels (& dealing with issues quickly)
- Creating holistic content for all social channels
- Keeping up-to-date on social media trends and news (& advising business as needed)
What skills does a Social Media Marketer require?
- Top-notch communication skills
- Creativity and innovation
- Expertise across all social channels
- Experience in PR can come in very useful
- Sense of humour always helps!
What can a Social Media Marketer earn?
Circa £25,000 - £50,000+ (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Digital Marketing Analyst
Digital analysts help a business "read and interpret digital data to help businesses and marketing departments make better business decisions".
What are the responsibilities of a Digital Marketing Analyst?
- Use digital marketing data to influence impact of digital campaigns
- Allocate budgets to digital marketing campaigns
- Aid in the design and optimisation of a website
- Help set product prices
- Identify new opportunities and initiatives
- Set benchmarks and standards
- Develop new metrics
What skills does a Digital Marketing Analyst require?
- Data analysis
- Data management
- Expertise in Microsoft Excel, SPSS Statistics, and SAS,
- Knowledge of big data & trends
What can a Digital Marketing Analyst earn?
Circa £30,000 - £70,000+ (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Content marketing, since it’s mainly executed online, could be considered a segment of digital marketing. But the career path has become so impactful that we believe it deserves its own section.
What are the responsibilities of a Content Marketer?
- Content creation - producing content for websites, blogs, eBooks & white papers as well as audio & video content (especially for social channels)
- Content delivery
- Tracking of metrics to enhance content strategy
What skills does a Content Marketer require?
- Understanding of inbound marketing strategy & metrics
- Strong written skills
- Editing skills
- Project management
- Creative flair
- Attention to detail
What can a Content Marketer earn?
Circa £25,000 - £55,000+ (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Growth marketing (sometimes referred to as growth hacking) refers to "marketing that targets the entire funnel — not just the top few tiers". It delivers through the understanding that retention is one of the biggest factors within growth and prioritises customer acquisition.
What are the responsibilities of a Growth Marketer?
- To work alongside& collaborate successfully with media and marketing teams
- A/B testing
- Conversion funnel optimization
- Content creation
- Improving overall user experience
- User design enhancements
What skills does Growth Marketing require?
- Innovative and creative
- Quantitative and qualitative problem-solving skills
- Knowledge & expertise in digital marketing
- Experience in interpreting and applying various data sources
What can a Growth Marketer earn?
Circa £35,000 - £100,000+ (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Email lives on as a more traditional marketing medium and utilises a "single channel to reach current and potential customers through creatively-written emails and digital promotions".
What are the responsibilities of an email marketer?
- Creating engaging emails
- Increase revenue
- Growing email lists (opt-in)
- Segmenting email lists
- Understanding and analysing email data to increase revenue
What skills does an email marketer require?
- Proficiency in email marketing programmes such as Mailchimp or HubSpot
- Data tracking, analysis & interpretation
- Creative copy writing & great communication skills
- Design and tracking
What can an Email Marketer earn?
Circa £20,000 - £35,000 (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Specialist/Manager
Organically "optimising web content to be indexed by search engines and easily found by your audience" and paying for advertising space on these search engines.
What are the responsibilities of an SEO specialist?
- Improving the ranking of a website on search engine results pages (SERPs)
- Conducting keyword research
- Understanding technical SEO & making recommendations to improve rankings
- Designing the site architecture to ensure it works with search engines
- Analysing and applying metrics on website and keyword performance
What are the responsibilities of an SEM specialist?
- Increase website visits, conversions and revenue by leveraging search engines & utilising paid ads
What skills does an SEO/SEM specialist require?
- Understanding of website data & analytics (& application)
- Google AdWords
- Google Analytics
- Ability to stay up to date with search engine trends
What can an SEO/SEM Specialist Earn?
Circa £20,000 - £45,000 (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) Specialist
CRO specialists "focus on optimizing websites, user flows, and content offers to drive the most conversions". This could mean a sale, signing up to a newsletter, or securing a lead.
What are the responsibilities of a CRO Specialise?
- Measuring and auditing the ROI & effectiveness of content
- Influencing content creation to ensure high ROI
- Utilising data to optimise content
What skills does a CRO Specialist require?
- Experience auditing and creating content across digital channels
- Understanding of A/B testing
- Expertise in online content platforms
- Data analysis - ability to measure impact of content
What can a CRO Specialise earn?
Circa £25,000 - £80,000+ (dependent on experience, level, company & brand)
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