Do you have strong creative skills and an understanding on how SEO works? Perfect, this is the role for you.
Our client is a successful global ecommerce brand which has one of the world's largest marketplaces for high-end and luxury fashion. They have an exciting and unique opportunity for a SEO Executive to join their growing SEO team at their head office in Central London, and look after one of their largest international markets.
Reporting to the SEO Manager, you will be responsible for the organic performance of your allocated market(s). This will be a hands-on role and you will be covering all aspects of SEO. From on-page optimisation to influencer outreach and content creation, you will have the opportunity to make a real impact. You will be working closely with a number of internal departments as well as external agencies.
Key day to day activities will include:
Using tools to identify pages that present the best opportunities based on revenue and search data
Using a CMS to upload and update pages with content, Meta data and SEO tags
Monitoring the organic performance of your markets using analytics tools and generate monthly reports
Identifying competitors in your markets and monitor their SEO efforts regularly
Working with internal content writers to create articles that help drive revenue and organic visit growth
Working collaboratively with other execs and department stakeholders to deliver well rounded, data driven strategies
This is the perfect role for a candidate who is looking to move in-house and work for one of the fastest growing and exciting ecommerce brands in the world. You will be joining a well established team and have the opportunity to learn lots and develop your skills and career. This role is based at their head office in East London, and an excellent salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful candidate.
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