Programmatic, Performance Marketing Executive
We’re looking for a user acquisition executive to join our Performance Marketing Team in London to support our global UA efforts. As you would expect we work closely with all the key DSP’s in the user acquisition space and are continuously looking to see how we can further grow and expand these areas.
Why work at King?
We have one of the highest global mobile spends of any category, let alone gaming, and you’ll be encouraged to try new things, test out your hypotheses and prove what you think will attract high retaining players.
You’ll get support from an experienced team and there will be encouragement to use the latest ad tech and techniques and a willingness to always test new things. As the King digital team plan and buy all of our digital media internally it makes us equivalent in billings to some of the largest digital media agencies in the world.
We think you’ll like it here.
Your role within the Kingdom
Working closely with our DSP partners on creation and planning of their managed mobile marketing campaigns
Relaying the directional guidance of King in performance marketing to all our DSP partners
Reporting on marketing campaigns
Analysing the effectiveness of campaigns and requestion the partners to optimise accordingly
Identifying new partners and also developing the relationship we have with existing partners
Coordinating internally with different stakeholders
Staying current on latest technology and trends in mobile
Skills to create thrills:
Experience in performance- driven digital marketing within a programmatic/RTB environment
Solid understanding of mobile display, video, rich media and app downloads
Excellent communication skills: written, verbal and interpersonal
Ability to work in self- directed, fast- paced, result- oriented environment & to meet deadlines
Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyse data and make recommendations
Advanced Microsoft Excel (Pivot tables etc) skills
Interest in mobile and gaming industry
King is a leading interactive entertainment company for the mobile world, with people all around the world playing one or more of our games, including franchises such as Candy Crush, Farm Heroes, Pet Rescue and Bubble Witch.
We have 249 million monthly active users as of fourth quarter 2019 across web, social and mobile platforms. King was acquired by Activision Blizzard Inc. (Nasdaq ATVI) in February 2016 and operates as an independent unit of the
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