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Google Adwords/Facebook Advert Campaigns

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Project Budget
£10 - £30 GBP
Total Bids
8
Project Description

We require someone with expertise in Google AdWords and Facebook advertising to create and manage our PPC campaigns with a particular view to increased conversions. The area we operate in is education/travel, as such we would prefer someone with experience with advertising in these fields (particularly the challenge of targeting both parents and students).

General job spec -

• Review our current Google AdWords and Facebook ads campaign using account access and current records which will be provided.
• Analyse the campaign so far & the areas for improvement
• Highlight how and where we should use our budget amongst Google and Facebook to maximise conversions
• Identify keywords and ads to focus on
• Improve the quality score of all keywords
• Generate new paid search campaigns, ad groups, and accounts and aid in the creation of new paid search marketing initiatives
• Work with our developers to ensure proper tracking is in place
• Provide monthly reporting on campaigns

More details available over PM. Please provide detailed examples of where/how you have managed similar campaigns in the past (including URLs and details of budgets/targets). High level of English required (all adverts target english-speakers only). Must be available for Skype/email regular contact.

Whilst we are probably looking for an initial period of consultation, we hope this will be a long term position with you managing these campaigns throughout the year.

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