- San Francisco, CA, United States
First Page works with startups and businesses to drive brand awareness and growth through inbound marketing channels such as content, social media & SEO.
- Jeanna Barrett
Paid Social Advertising Expert
Listing published on Wed, 25 Apr 2018. Expired 15 days ago on Wed, 09 May 2018.
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- Work type
- Billing type
- Fixed. The budget is automatically paid out each month.
- Monthly budget
- Service fee
- 15%. Sign up and subscribe to a plan to reduce fee.
First Page is seeking someone to manage for our clients two paid social advertising accounts that will be *growing significantly in the next year.* Right now the ad spend budget is just a starting point and will ramp as results are shown. Must have an extensive background in managing paid social as a full-time job or focus with experience in advanced targeting/retargeting/lookalike audience experience + the ability to dig out new business target audiences, messaging and creative opportunities. Must be good at analysis and showing results and setting future account direction. Should be able to kick off with a clear-cut plan of how social advertising would boost client sales/leads and approach this with the mindset that if the client invests more money, they would see immediate results versus loose trickling results. We need someone that can step in and accelerate these paid social advertising programs.
This job will specifically include:
a) weekly ad account management
b) requesting necessary landing pages, copy & assets for ad campaigns and target groups
c) building biweekly/monthly report on ad results and next steps
d) 1-2 client calls a month
Prefer someone who is full-time freelance and does not have a full-time job.
More than 6 months
Please share a few specific clients you've managed social advertising for and proven results.
Right now, the budget is approximately $3K for one client and $1K for another, with the hope to scale/ramp budgets as soon as results are shown. Please share how you charge and ramp based on client ad spend.