This is a Christchurch based role. Our client is a thriving digital agency with a proven 20 year track record of producing a measured approach multiplying results for medium to large sized clients nationwide. They bridge the gap between traditional ad agency and a web design firm.
This is an intermediate level role, which will give you the opportunity to showcase your digital marketing knowledge. You will need to have the minimum of a Marketing Degree, AdWords certification and at least 3 years’ experience in web or marketing agency.
The role involves project managing online strategy for existing and new clients, co ordinating digital campaigns, setting up monitoring Google AdWords campaigns, compiling digital strategy proposals, media booking, assessing analytics, posting social media content, SEO and assisting on online and print advertising tactics.
You will need to be a naturally organised person, who takes pride in delivering high-quality outcomes and is curious to know what is delivering results. You will have a solid analytical brain, be inquisitive and enjoy delving through the data and results.
If you thrive on multi-tasking, get satisfaction from delivering high level projects, have a good attention to detail and would like to work in a flexible dynamic positive work environment – send your CV to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store – email Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz or for further details call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.
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Am I right in thinking these clients don't spend this though, this is rate-card? So they may get this value in media but actually pay considerably less.
“We looked at a few different talent options, but the ones who said things like 'grate the saffron' were not relatable to our everyday cooks,” says Spain. Couldn't agree more - who'd want bloody fingers?
And for you to learn about capitalisation.
HEY YOU KNOW WHAT I PATRICK RECON THAT DUMP ALL TVNZ 2'S REPEATS AND DOCUMENTRIES AND DATING SHOWS ITS IMPORTANT TO LET TV 2 LIVE UP ITS PRIME TIME ENETERTAINMENT YOU HAVE THE SHOWS WE DO NEED ENTERTAINONG GAME SHOWS ...
Time for everyone's beloved Briscoes lady to brush up on her maori pronunciation.
Great article. Not sure if you've come across this model - but could have useful application in comms planning https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynefin_framework
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