Are you a Performance Marketing Manager looking for an exciting new job? At cranberry panda, our goal is to work with the best clients to help them find top ecommerce performance marketing talent.
If you're looking for a new opportunity, I'd love to chat - whether you want to discuss your current role, the current ecommerce job market or a specific type of role, I'm here to help.
The clients I work with are part of many exciting industries, including...
- Tech Start Ups
Performance Marketing Managers have a challenging, varied and rewarding role within an ecommerce business. Leading all paid advertising campaigns, standing out from the crowd and optimising performance marketing budgets is what they do best. From business to business, the role of a performance marketing manager might vary slightly. Some may focus more on paid social, while others put their time into PPC. Many of the roles can be quite broad, covering the whole performance spectrum. Here's a breakdown of the general responsibilities our roles would have...
- Set up, execute and grow all the acquisition channels that generate revenue
- Prove the ROI and build the business case for more budget to re-invest
- Define the marketing mix – including PPC, Paid Social, Display, retargeting and more
- Support the eCRM strategy to tie in with your acquisition work
- Overseeing creatives for performance marketing campaigns
- Provide reports and analysis to identify areas of improvement for customer engagement.
- Constantly finding new ways to acquire new customers
- Work closely with the Marketplace team to look at ways of driving traffic to the website
- Proven track record of implementing successful performance marketing campaigns, ideally in retail ecommerce
- Strong experience of paid social, as well as PPC (Google Adwords)
- Proven budget management
- Great data analysis skills with the ability to pull out meaningful and actionable insights
- A strong test and learn mindset, exceptional reporting skills
- Drive - Loads of it, and be happy to work in a highly driven, competitive market
Ecommerce companies have been changing the way they reward their employees. Salaries, workplace happiness and company benefits all play a big part in ecommerce recruitment strategy. I always ensure my candidates get the best job packages that suit them. According to our recent salary survey study, the benchmark for Performance Marketing Manager's is currently £45,000 - £65,000 (this is dependant on company, role responsibilities and level of experience. This benchmark does not include monetary benefits or bonuses.)
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