As the Digital Conversion Optimization Specialist, you are responsible for generating conversions across digital platforms, including but not limited to: website content, SEO, and forms; paid search; social media; and others. You have great instincts as a marketer, leaning into buyer psychology and evidence to steer your decision-making. You have a self-driven approach to learning, results-based mindset, and you derive fulfillment from moving the needle for the organization. You are genuinely excited by the possibility of what comes next in digital marketing and strive to be a thought-leader and expert in each new tactic, proving results along the way. 

This role will need you to hit the ground sprinting, so the ability to work from experience is critical 

The focus of this role is: 


  • Build and launch Pay-Per-Click campaigns 
  • Monitor and optimize PPC campaign performance to maximize return on investment 
  • Optimize landing pages, bids, and negatives  
  • Identify user intent behind search terms and organize account keywords accordingly 
  • Understand the business, target customers, competitors, and goals in order to build the most effective strategies and campaigns 
  • Collaborate with team members to get high quality digital assets that drive results 

Paid Social Media 

  • Develop social ad strategies and deploy them utilizing Facebook Ads Manager 
  • Administer all company social advertising accounts ensuring optimization of budget and targeting 
  • Explore and innovate new platforms to create value and own their implementation 
  • Coordinate with team members to ensure content is informative, appealing, and will generate desired results 

Search Engine Optimization 

  • Conduct keyword research to drive SEO and PPC strategies and execution 
  • Approach the online experience of a consumer from a wholistic perspective, balancing and utilizing both SEO and PPC to our advantage 
  • Recommend changes to website structure, content, linking, or other factors to improve SEO positions for target keywords 

The outcomes you’ll be expected to achieve: 

  • Meet or exceed identified goals for PPC accounts 
  • Meet or exceed identified sales goals for paid social media tactics 
  • Increased brand awareness as a result of social media strategies and execution 
  • Improved organic search engine rankings and website traffic as a result of implemented SEO tactics 


You’ll know you’re making an impact when: 

You are creating awareness and generating conversions in a way that is driving meaningful and profitable results for the business. You are challenging and driving positive change in the way that we are executing on PPC and paid social efforts.  

Who you’ll be working with: 

In this role, you will report to the Director of Strategic Marketing. You will partner with content developers, designers, and others throughout the Marketing department to develop and execute on marketing strategies and campaigns. Additionally, you will collaborate with internal brand stakeholders to ensure aligned expectations and to share results of executed tactics.  

The previous experience we need:  

  • Success in paid social media strategy and execution  
  • Hands-on experience using social media for brand awareness, comprehension, and conviction 
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and manage a Pay-Per-Click account 
  • Understanding of SEO and web traffic metrics 
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (this is a MUST and will be required) 

The traits needed for someone in this role 

  • Objective and analytical in their decision-making and acts with a sense of urgency; making tough decisions without second guessing them 
  • A quick learner, pushing themselves and the company to be better; they question existing methods and recommend better approaches 
  • Innovative; they think outside the box as it relates to platforms, content types, content topics 
  • Authentically curious about what’s coming next and takes initiative to stay in front of it, driving their own learning and development 
  • A self-starter, doesn’t wait for instruction but rolls up their sleeves and tackles whatever needs to get done 
  • Results-oriented and seeks to understand the value of the work they are executing on 

We have won countless workplace awards and are committed to keeping our culture as a top priority.  At Clickstop, we take ownership seriously – in fact, we are employee-owned!  When we make mistakes, we own them, learn from them and grow even stronger as a business and a team.  We give credit where credit is due.  We truly focus on giving our best each and every day.  Of course, we offer great benefits, a competitive compensation package and a generous amount of time off, but it is truly how we work and the environment we work in that sets us apart! 

Clickstop is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has been recognized multiple years in a row as one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies, is recognized as The Coolest Place to Work in the Corridor for 2018 and The #1 Top Workplace in Iowa for 2018.

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