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Based on 1,034 responses, the job of Digital Marketing Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Digital Marketing Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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June 2015
"Work flexibility."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: Unlimited paid vacation (within reason), small agency so get to know others, in a good area of Cincinnati.
Cons: Stress level, low pay.
June 2015
"Constant Learning Experience."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: New technologies that come in.
Cons: What you know now will change.
August 2015
"Working for a French global company."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: - The variety of work. - The people I meet. - Working in an international environment.
Cons: - The politics and bureaucracy. - Bad and incompetent top management. - Expectation of overtime with no compensation.
August 2015
"Digital is the way forward."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: I love the inspiration, creativity and ability to link and network, empowering companies future growth through technology, innovation and creative concepts.
Cons: Convincing and show casing the diverse capabilities to Clients and they don't see the extensive competencies and diverse capabilities yet. Slow adoption rate in South Africa.
December 2015
"The management, challenges, benefits, communication,"
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: Challenges, benefits, communication, work with internet and websites, creative work.
Cons: Office conditions, uncertainty and job insecurity.
December 2015
"Hard work, but should pay off."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: Since my job is with a start-up, my decisions have an impact and work matters. I have also had the ability to rise quickly, given the small company size and relatively flat organizational structure. I have gained experience is basically every single aspect of marketing, from email to affiliate, SEO and more. I have also been exposed to the world of data analysis, which feels like a natural fit and is something I wouldn't have thought to explore without this job. This job is a great mix of my marketing skills gained from my undergrad, my natural inclination towards using numbers to find answers, and my outgoing personality/people skills. I enjoy my coworkers as well.
Cons: I have been spread very thin, and been treated as the "catch all" for jobs others don't want, or consider beneath them. I have been stuck with office administrator duties, some customer support, a little bit of investor relations, etc. I would prefer to be able to focus on just marketing and data analysis so that I can hone my skills, but instead I have to spend a lot of my day doing medial tasks that are necessary for the office to keep running smoothly. Corporate culture is not a priority at all here, and it is very obvious, which is a negative for me.
February 2016
"Flexible Schedule."
Digital Marketing Manager:
Pros: I have a flexible/understandable work environment. The owners of the company understand that people have other lives outside of work. As long as you're getting things done and not dropping the ball, you are free to have a flexible schedule. Communication is important in this instance because the sales representatives rely on you to help them, but if you communicate your whereabouts and are responsive about emails/phone calls, this job is pretty cool.
Cons: The sales representatives tend to see you as a administrative role. They will not want to do anything on their own - even their own email signature. Knowing how to use technology and different software programs is great for your own work, but be careful about letting others know how tech savvy you are. If they realize that, you'll be stuck in a rut where people would like you to teach them how to do a mailmerge.