Location: The Hague
Industry: Tech Start-up
Are you a Digitally Savvy SEO Marketer on the lookout for your next challenge?
We are looking for a versatile, creative and ambitious SEO Manager to join our clients ever-growing marketing team. Our client is a tech start-up business, born out of a global market leader with a huge financial backing (large marketing budgets!). The role will focus on both on-page and off-page SEO along with managing a small team.
The industry is ripe for digital disruption and this opportunity will definitely shake things up.
- Lead the content team (content specialist, copywriter, designer) with a high focus on SEO
- Articulate the role of SEO (and search as a whole) within strategy
- Develop creative and engaging content across multiple platforms
- Intimate knowledge with SEO industry trends
- Own technical relationships
- Scale SEO efforts across multiple regions and languages
- Analyse, identify and communicate reasons for changing traffic behaviour
- Set strategic direction and technical guidance for the product, growth and marketing engineering teams
- 5+ years experience in SEO
- University Degree, ideally Tech Major
- Advanced understanding of technical SEO, both on-site and off-site
- Understanding of UX/CRO and how to identify and solve basic problems relating to user experience
- Digital publishing experience as a SEO lead
- Relevant expertise in SEO strategies, site optimisation
- Technically savvy, have knowledge of front end scripting, as well as basic knowledge of databases, domains and hosting
- Confident in carrying out a technical SEO audit
- Knowledge of Link Building / Blogger Outreach
- Professional knowledge of Google Analytics, Search Console, Google Tag Manager, Majestic, SEMRush, SearchMetrics, Screaming Frog, Moz, Xenu, etc.
If this role is of interest contact Brad at: email@example.com
Keywords: SEO, content, on-page, off-page, digital marketing, Google Analytics, acquisition, strategy, link building, management, CRO, UX, Netherlands, The Hague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam