We’re looking for an exceptionally talented Digital Marketing Strategist who will be responsible for growing client account relationships. The DMS’s ability to identify, research and pitch digital opportunities that work to achieve client business goals is key. In addition to overseeing the formulation of digital strategies, the DMS collaborates with other agency team members in the development of marketing roadmaps, marketing plans, media plans, POVs, segmentation strategies, online offers, and email marketing programs to increase customer acquisition, retention, and conversion rates.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • Learn and understand the client’s business, industry, customers, products, services, and market(s)
  • Conduct sales focused discovery and research to support the development of well informed strategic recommendations
  • Define client business goals and objectives in terms of sales, market share, competitor products, business challenges and audience segmentations
  • Develop strategic recommendations for integrated digital marketing programs and campaigns that increase client sales, customer retention, brand recognition and other related goals
  • Plan and produce pitch decks and facilitate client meetings to present and sell in new workscopes
  • Guide the development of the Strategic Marketing and Design Plans in collaboration with other agency team members
  • Conduct account and strategic planning under monthly ongoing SLA agreements
  • Work to streamline client reporting with a focus to provide actionable insights
  • Conduct bi-weekly or monthly check-in meetings with other team members to inform update them on the latest progress and new opportunities with clients
  • Keep current on emerging technology changes and innovations through formal and informal study, business and professional publication consumption
  • Conduct quarterly and annual reports/check-ins with clients during face-to-face meetings
  • Work closely with the other team members to review analytics and present monthly reports with recommendations to clients to help achieve business goals
  • Write proposals for client assignments
  • Keep clients informed of agency impact on their business, continually creating and communicating value
  • Create, update and manage Client Account Profiles (CAPs). These documents are intended to provide the Rhythm internal staff insight into client backgrounds, goals, values, opportunities, revenue, web properties, technical insights, etc.
  • Communicate with the Project Management team members to ensure projects are executed efficiently and effectively for account-based clients
  • Review and provide support to the Project Management team during billing cycles, especially related to monthly ongoing SLAs

Experience and Knowledge:

  • Digital marketing strategy consulting and sales experience delivering digital-based solutions for Website Projects, Search Marketing, Content, Marketing, Paid Media, Email Marketing, Social Media, Analytics, and other online marketing efforts
  • Ability to manage multiple active accounts at one time
  • Strong sales experience in working to grow client accounts on an annual basis
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Strong experience with multi-channel marketing campaigns that leverage paid media, email, strategic content creation and social
  • Have a solid understanding of data management, analytics, channel attribution and client reporting
  • Knowledge and understanding of social platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, etc.) and how they can be deployed in different scenarios

About Us

Rhythm is an Irvine based performance focused agency striving to develop innovative solutions through research and data. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Code and Theory under the Stagwell Group, Rhythm develops and executes customer focused initiatives to achieve client ROI goals. We work in a broad range of industries, including health, real estate, finance services, automotive and food and beverage.

Rhythm is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.
 
 

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