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Senior PPC executive

Up to £28000 per annum
PPC/Biddable Media, PPC & Biddable

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The company:

As a PPC Senior Executive, you will be working in a leading media agency on one of the world's biggest B2B brands. The role allows you to work on all the brands under the main account so will give you great variation to grow your paid search skill set. The offices are based in Central London and have a great work hard, play hard culture. The team consists of an Account Director, Account Manager and an Executive and are growing, hence the position becoming available.

The role:

- activating, optimising and reporting on paid search campaigns to ensure you are delivering a top class service to your clients
- liaising with both the client and wider team so that everyone is working to the same objectives
- providing insights on industry trends and new strategies so that you can feed back to the client and work together to be produce the best social campaigns in the industry

The person:

- with your experience using Google and Bing, you will be well equipped to deliver social campaigns. You will also have the opportunity to activate on more platforms.
- Google Shopping is a massive plus!
- using your confidence with handling data, you can provide insights to the client with excellent excel skills.
- your proactive and willing mindset will help you tackle problems head on and give creative solutions to the wider team at the agency.

If this role working on some truly incredible fashion brands sounds like the job for you, hit apply now!

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