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Marketing Specialist - SEO & PPC

Persuasive communication is your forte. You believe that influencing people through advertisement is both an art and a science. You have been mastering your skill and have achieved results with your marketing goals and budgets. You have a vast knowledge of the way niche markets move and can always call on examples where you or the leading digital marketers have lead viral campaigns. You're looking for the next challenge to prove your skillset and get tangible results.

Sounds just like you?

We have an immediate need for a full-time digital marketer with strong e-commerce skills to join our fast-growing e-commerce company in Irvine, CA. You will be entrusted with a sizeable marketing budget and have decision-making power in leading various brands and campaigns. You will go as far as your creativity and results will take you.

Company and Position Overview

BNWorld, Inc. (Banknote World) is a leader in currency collectibles. We believe in being the pioneers of our industry and expanding our presence through undiscovered opportunities. The trading of collectibles has been around for a long time… we aren’t satisfied with the way things are done and we are taking the game to a whole new level.

The position plays a crucial role in our operations team and will be dedicated to expanding our online presence, attracting new and old customers, utilizing several platforms and services for paid and free advertising, and reporting your performance to the organization.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for the day to day tasks within the marketing department
  • Maintain existing free and paid advertising accounts and report on performance
  • Strengthen the marketing strategy with new campaigns and new performance metrics
  • Report on the return on advertising spend and suggest courses of action to management
  • Work with other departments and develop creative ways to attract and retain customers

Desired Experience:

  • PPC
  • AdWords
  • Social Media
  • Direct Marketing
  • Content Creation
  • E-Commerce Marketing
  • Customer Reviews and Engagement

Compensation and Perks:

  • $15-$20/hr
  • 401k option
  • Paid vacation
  • Health care option
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Powerful computing equipment
  • Fully stocked pantry and refrigerator
  • High opportunity for performance bonuses and increases
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