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Amazon PPC Expert

Part Time

Salary: Negotiable

Amazon Product Ads Google Adwords

The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria...

You must be a detailed oriented person and undertake competitor analysts.

Fluent in oral and written English

-At least 12-18 months experience with Seller Central
-Deep understanding of keyword research
-At least 12-18 months experience setting up Sponsored Ads campaigns, Product Targeting ads and Sponsored Brand ads
-Deep knowledge of using match types and negative keywords
-Brand Analytics experience (Advantageous)
-Excel experience creating macros (Advantageous)

Why join us?

Our agency is driven by excellence in engineering rather than sales. Our focus is the client first and foremost. We are very selective on who we take on. This comes down to the fact we only work with brands where we can make a difference. This is why we have a very low churn rate and high retention of partners.

In many companies, the sales team acquires clients and hands them over to the account managers. But the sales team doesn't have much technical expertise and is focused on meeting their quotas and earning commission. This is not in the best interest of the customer nor the account manager. We do it differently: you would be involved in the evaluation and on-boarding of clients to ensure they meet our level of excellence.

The Future / R&D
We invest a lot of our efforts in R&D to ensure we stay ahead of the curve. Our road map is very exciting and we will continue to innovate and break ground.

Do you want to grow and work within a super smart team? Work on accounts that excite you? Innovate, move the needle and help us shape the future for our clients?

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