The average pay for a Content Marketing Manager is £6.82 per hour.
The average pay for a Content Marketing Manager is £30,293 per year.
|Salary||£21,926 - £44,844|
|Bonus||£679 - £5,152|
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|£17,716 - £45,881|
Job Description for Content Marketing Manager
Content marketing managers are responsible for overseeing a company's content strategies and implementing comprehensive content-delivery plans, including print, video, audio, and other forms of content. They may work on websites, blogs posts, social media, and other outlets, and work closely with marketing and sales teams to define effective content and content delivery. Their ultimate goal is to find effective mechanisms to drive customer demands for their products and brands, and they must ensure that projects are completed within given deadlines.Read More...
Content marketing managers oversee content contributors, writers, consultants, and other staff and must conduct performance evaluation reviews and provide timely feedback to staff. They must stay up-to-date with the newest trends and technologies in their industry by reading relevant professional journals and attending workshops, and strong writing, editing, and communication skills are required for this position. Analytical skills and the ability to maintain strong working relationships with external and internal clients are also important.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs is highly beneficial for this position, and they must also be able to use software and computer applications related to content marketing. A bachelor's degree in marketing, communications, journalism, or a related field is generally required for this position, and prior experience in editorial and content strategies of multi-channel content programs may also be required, as well as the ability to travel domestically or internationally. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Write, direct production of content, and collect content for portals, websites, and internal use.
- Track metrics and indicators for data-driven decision-making and course alterations.
- Manage content marketing strategy and plans, including coordinating with other teams.
- Design and present content in appealing, intuitive ways for a variety of audiences.
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