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Careers at Make Agency

Digital PR Executive

Make is a growing digital agency in the heart of East London. Due to continued growth, we're looking for an ambitious Digital PR Executive with a great track record of coverage achieved and experience coming up with creative campaign ideas.

The Role:

This is an exciting role for a Digital PR Executive from an agency background to join our growing team.

You will be expected to get coverage for our clients’ creative campaigns in top-tier media and highly influential publications, predominantly in the UK, but also in other English-speaking countries. You will work closely with other senior members of the team to put together digital PR strategies for clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead ideations, ensuring concepts delivered to clients cut through the noise of competitive industries, earn those all-important links and elevate brands to the next level
  • Lead and build outreach strategies, including executing tailored outreach pitches, writing press releases, and seeking out promotion opportunities
  • Support and assist with link-building strategies, ensuring our approach is both tactical and multi-faceted for our clients
  • Communicate directly with clients where relevant, orientating them with progress and reporting on completed work/results
  • Take ownership and execute production of content campaign builds, delivering market-leading quality on time and to scope
  • Attend internal training sessions to develop your Content Strategy / Creative / Digital PR / SEO / Measurement skillset
  • Contribute to Make's marketing activity and build your personal brand

Benefits:

  • 22 days holiday per year plus Christmas closing
  • Working with a young, vibrant team
  • Virtual monthly socials
  • In-person quarterly socials
  • MacBook Pro

The role is remote, however, we do encourage heading into the office (London) to collaborate with team members and clients, once a month. Travel will be expensed.

If the above sounds like your next challenge, please get in touch!

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