Job Title: Senior PPC Manager JB320010830 17-02-2016

Job Description:

A global e-commerce company and industry leader in the field of online expert's services is seeking a senior PPC manager to join it's growing marketing team. The experienced PPC manager will be in charge of end to end PPC campaign management -  campaign strategy, setup, reporting, and optimization in order to meet the company’s ROI goals.


Research, plan, implement and manage all search and display campaigns.

End to End PPC campaign management:  Keyword research, ad writing, developing new flows for acquisition, Improving LTV per client and more.

Keep up to date with trends and market developments, implement upgrades, improvements and creative solutions and identify new tactics to improve ongoing campaigns.

Analyze and optimize campaign data in order to maximize revenue opportunities and reach company’s objectives.

collaborate with the design team on creating segmented landing pages & testing their performance over the sales funnel.

Improve coverage, conversions and traffic volumes through all campaigns.


  • Bachelor's degree - a must. Preferably in Economics / Business / Marketing / other analytical domains.
  • 3+ years of experience managing High budget's PPC campaigns (Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Bing).
  • Excellent analytical skills, experience using optimization tools while hitting defined CPA targets.
  • Experience working at Gaming/Downloads company.
  • Fluent, high-level English in both writing and speech.
  • Experience with HTML, CSS - a must. JavaScript - big advantage
  • Familiar with APP's world.
  • Detail-oriented, organized and able to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.

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