User Acquisition – Adwords – San Francisco

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Job Title User Acquisition – Adwords – San Francisco
Job Category Marketing
Job Description To apply: One of the top social casino gaming companies is seeking experienced User Acquisition Adword experts to take the lead on UA strategy. You would be detail oriented, a creative and strategic thinker with the ability to lead a team. The role offers a great company with a fun culture, a good salary and strong benefits as well as great progression for your career and skillset.

Role

• Lead user acquisition strategy with media buying on AdWords

• Design user acquisition campaigns working closely with the development teams, senior managers and AdWords account managers

• Give strategic creative insight on creative types to drive positive results

• Support the forecasting and management of multi-million dollar budgets

• Through continual market analysis and testing new audience segmentation optimize acquisition campaigns

• Develop new strategies for advertising and campaigns to boost performance

You

• Two or more years’ experience of search and AdMob campaigns on AdWords

• Gaming industry campaign experience is preferred

• AdWords certified

• In depth understanding of AdWords

• Lead leadership experience and skills

• Excel expert including Pivot tables and V-Lookup

• Highly organised with great attention to detail

• Analytical and used to making data driven decisions

• Tableau and SQL experience beneficial

To apply please send CV to adam@datascope.co.uk or tel Adam on 020 7580 6018 for a confidential chat (once we have your cv). We value close, personal relationships with our candidates and applications by this method tend to be more successful.

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Salary Up to $130k
Location United States
Job Category Marketing
Date posted 01/05/2018
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