Online Marketing Specialist
Hot Topic HQ - City of Industry, California - Full-time
We're looking for an Online Marketing Specialist to play a key role in developing and executing digital marketing strategies that drive site/store traffic, revenue, customer acquisition, and customer retention. You'll be responsible for the implementation, execution and reporting of digital marketing campaigns and will collaborate with internal and external partners. We have a growing e-commerce and digital marketing program, and this is an opportunity to both develop and apply your skills.
What You'll Do
- Setup, test, and launch online marketing campaigns
- Assist in developing, executing, and optimizing paid and organic search strategy
- Assist with the design and execution of Google Shopping and other feed-related advertising programs
- Optimize campaigns to KPI and budget targets while overseeing the execution of appropriate promotions
- Recommend new ideas and innovations to grow and improve site/store traffic and revenue, driven from research, competitive intelligence and analytics; Continuously optimize and communicate critical performance metrics
- Recommend process improvement techniques for improving workflow.
- Keep current with digital marketing industry trends and best practices.
What You'll Need
- 2+ years of search engine marketing experience (Product Listing Ad experience a plus)
- Direct experience running digital marketing campaigns in Google AdWords, Microsoft/Bing Ads. Google AdWords certification preferred.
- Familiarity with bid management and web analytics tools (Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Coremetrics, Kenshoo, DoubleClick). Experience with tag management tools a plus
- Excellent analytical and creative skills, Copy editing and proofing skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel (pivot tables, vlookup)
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