As an SEO Manager you are whole responsible for the management and development of a client relationship and timely delivery of SEO campaigns. You sit perfectly between the client and technical team, regularly meeting and guiding the client on search engine optimisation and how this best fits into broader digital strategy.
Day to day you are responsible for management of the clients paid and natural search engine campaigns. Overseeing onsite and offsite SEO, key word research and google ad words. You will offer advice and guidance to clients on best practice of SEO and also given them effective solutions to their search challenges giving them the best possible opportunity to increase traffic to their site.
As an SEO Manager you will lead with the client relationship and management of campaign whilst also guiding SEO analysts, SEO executives and working closely with content writers, social executive and online PR professionals.
This is a key role in any digital marketing team and will require someone with a number of years SEO experience, additional digital marketing experience will also be beneficial.
Salary wise outside of London the role generally pays between £34,000 to £42,000 depending on regional variance and level of experience.
Once an international centre for heavy industry, the last few decades has cemented the jewel in the crown of the Southwest, reinvented as a thumping hub of culture and creativity. From Clifton's iconic awe-inspiring suspension bridge to Brunel's ground-breaking steamship, it's a city engulfed in historical interest. And yet it’s also known for its alternative character, where you'll find a wealth of art collectives, community-run cafes and music venues dotted in and around the streets – not to mention murals left behind by the city's most notorious artiste, the ever mischievous and often controversial Banksy.
Bristol's modern economy is built on the creative media industry, manufacturing electronics and research and development into aerospace technologies. The revamped city-centre docks have been revitalised as information and educational centres of heritage and culture. With two city universities, the University of the West of England and the University of Bristol and a variety of art and sports organisations and venues including the Royal West of England Academy, Arnolfini, Spike Island, and the Memorial Stadium.
Connected to London and other major UK cities by road, rail, sea and air, thanks to the M5, M4, Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway rail stations and Bristol Airport. A hugely popular tourist destination, Bristol was selected in 2009 as one of the world's top ten cities by international travel publishers Eyewitness. The Sunday Times awarded Bristol the title of best city to live in, in Great Britain and it also won the European Green Capital Award in 2015.
Bristol is a popular relocation destination for Londoners due to a highly creative range of design agencies. It also hosts many financial service businesses offering a thrilling mixed climate of corporate and creative.