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Digital marketing and content freelancer

We are looking to increase our freelance support in the digital team to help ensure we have support to deliver our digital marketing and content work across NSPCC campaigns and services.  These may be a few months long pieces of work or distinct pieces of work. We are looking for support from people with lots of different digital roles and skills. We are looking for experts in website content, paid social, organic social,  digital design, display, paid social or SEO.

Responsibilities: 

Working closely with fundraising and other teams to develop and implement successful digital marketing strategies meeting our behaviour change and fundraising targets. We are looking for freelancers with experience in some or all of the areas below;

  • Planning and executing SEO for our content
  • Creating website content for the campaigns
  • Developing owned and paid social media content – using core video content and messaging.
  • Developing other paid digital marketing activity using core video content and messaging.
  • Building marketing assets ready to go live and ensuring tracking is all set up correctly.
  • Working with our media agency to successfully manage the campaigns
  • Monitoring, evaluating and optimising digital marketing campaigns while they’re in-flight
  • Collaborating with stakeholders to develop SMART campaign briefs, digital plans and deliverables to achieve the best digital output.
  • Providing advice and training teams on digital marketing best practice
  • Finalise post campaign reporting for the campaign looking at all channels and any recommendations for future campaigns.

 

If this sounds like you please apply.

 

Any questions speak to James.barker@Nspcc.org.uk

#LI-RW1


 
  • hourly:
    Negotiable
  • Region:
    Flexible & home working
  • Location:
    Flexible
  • Department:
    Digital
  • Vacancy Type:
    Freelance
  • Working Hours Per Week:
    0
  • Closing Date:
    10 December 2020



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