Within Digital PR, you can work with prestigious big brands across a wide range of industries and cover sectors from automotive and engineering to finance and banking.
Agencies or client-side opportunities are equally present, but agencies tend to recruit ambitious, driven and talented Digital PR Managers to join Digital PR Team.
Digital PR Manager Responsibilities
Support the Digital PR lead on activities such as creating new business proposals, oversee media promotional activity, and proactively grow clients’ media horizons.
Plan and manage your own campaigns, including negotiation and budget management, and play a key role in presentations.
Work with account managers to deliver successful digital PR campaigns
Develop an extensive network of publishers, editor and journalist contacts
Deep-dive into earned media (as opposed to paid for)
Assist clients reach their SEO objectives through link building
Forecast and achieve return on investment
Report on campaign achievements and statistics
Get heavily involved in content production to craft stories with media appeal into campaigns
Integrate digital PR activities with SEO and Content Marketing strategies
Digital PR Manager - Experience Required
Though not a pre-requisite, coming from an agency background can deepen your experiences, although PR in any sector will put you at an advantage.
Digital PR Manager Salary Expectations
As at February, 2020, Digital PR Managers can earn up to and around £xx,xxx per annum, dependant on experience, hiring organisation and location.
Contact the Sales and Marketing Division Team
Email the Sales and Marketing Division at email@example.com.