Sales Development Executive (SEO/PPC)

Posted By: Greg Phipps
Salary: Up to £28,000 DOE + bonus
Location: North East
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Sales & Marketing

Central Employment are working in partnership with an expanding North East Digital Marketing agency, specialist in eCommerce, Travel and iGaming SEO and Paid Media services.  They’re now seeking a driven and ambitious Sales Development Exective (SEO/PPC) to join their new business team. 

Up to £28k DOE, excellent OTE/comms, hybrid working (3 days in Teesside) + benefits.

Sales Development Executive job profile: 

  • Prospecting and discovering new E-commerce B2B, and travel clients who have a need for our help.
  • Consultative outreach via telephone, email, LinkedIn and attending expos
  • You will also be responsible for discovery, qualifying and presenting profiled prospect clients to the MD
  • Identify and contact prospects by phone who may be interested in our SEO / Digital Marketing Solutions:
  • Qualify / Disqualify
  • CRM Management – Pipedrive/Hubspot
  • You will respond to provided sales leads and referred prospects in a timely manner
  • Meet with prospects to present our SEO and PPC services (Teams / Face to Face)
  • Building a qualified sales pipeline
  • Using LinkedIn Regularly and Following-up with prospects
  • Identification of cross selling opportunities within current customers, e.g. an SEO client may be interested in running a Google / Bing Ads campaign
  • Work closely with the SEO and PPC service delivery teams

Experience required:

  • An ability to prospect via a range of B2B outbound channels 9i
  • Minimum of 2-3 years experience in selling Performance Marketing services OR Tech/SaaS solutions
  • Someone who has constant enthusiasm, motivated, and who wants to succeed and grow with us.

 

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