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Grow your career at theEword

At theEword we love to hire people who strive to stand out from the crowd, take control of their careers and seize the responsibility that comes with being an important part of an award-winning search marketing agency. Even when we’re not actively recruiting for roles, we love to hear from people who are as passionate, hardworking and friendly as our teams, so we know who to get in contact with when new opportunities become available. If you think you fit the bill, send us an email introducing yourself and tell us why you’d make a great addition to theEword team. Also, follow us on Twitter to find out about the latest vacancies.

Current Vacancies

Relationship Manager

theEword is a digital marketing agency that specialises in using content to positively influence the buying journey and drive measurable business results for clients.

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Creative Content Executive

theEword is looking for a creative content executive to join our team and get involved in the creative content campaigns that we deliver to clients.

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Client Strategy Director

We're looking for an experienced client-facing digital strategist, with a deep knowledge of the channels and methods that power inbound marketing and the desire to grab with both hands a senior position, reporting directly to the managing director and board, at one of the North West's leading agencies.

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PPC Executive

Are you an experienced online marketer with a passion for PPC and all things digital? theEword is looking for a new PPC Executive to join its search marketing team.

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Web Developer

We have a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious developer to join our team and play an important role in the delivery of some key internal and external projects. If you have the right experience and attitude, this could be your perfect job.

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Current graduate vacancies

Graduate Opportunities

theEword welcomes contact from Computing, Marketing and Journalism graduates, and we operate a training programme across all specialities. Digital experience, and an understanding of internet marketing, is important and full training is provided to successul candidates. Please contact contact@theeword.co.uk with a covering letter and CV to apply.

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Getting to theEword

theEword office is located in Trafford Park, just minutes away from Salford Quays, MediaCityUK and Manchester United Football Club. The office has free parking facilities and is close to a number of local public transport links. View in-depth information on travelling to theEword.

theEword Lifestyle

We offer a fantastic working environment that will allow you to flourish in your chosen field by providing all the challenges and benefits of a demanding and rewarding workplace. Our staff have access to the very best support and work alongside the company directors on a variety of projects.

Development is an important part of theEword ethos and by becoming part of our relaxed but highly professional working environment you will be given the space and support needed to grow and progress in your speciality. You’ll also be exposed to the very latest industry tools and practices and be involved in the innovation taking place within the company.

Benefits

theEword is based at state-of-the-art offices in Trafford Park, just 10 minutes from central Manchester. We’re also very close to the new MediaCityUK development, putting us right on the frontline of the most exciting new media revolution ever to take place in the UK.

Want more insight into what it’s like to be part of the team? Take a look at photographs of theEword office or photos from our Spring barbecue.

Bing implements one small change and one big change Tuesday 14th of April, 2015by Dan Moores Over the past week, Bing has implemented two changes. One appears to be directly influenced by Google, while the other demonstrates independent thinking and creativity.

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April UK search market share: Bing revival stutters again Tuesday 5th of May, 2015by James Riches Bing’s mini-revival in the UK search market appears to have stalled, with data from StatCounter Global Stats showing a second consecutive monthly loss.

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May UK search market share: Small gain for Google Monday 1st of June, 2015by James Riches Google’s dominance of the UK search market continues, as webmasters focus on mobile and the public search for Election and Eurovision results.

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The 'Fight of the Century', General Election & #Eurovision. We look back at the biggest UK #search trends from May http://t.co/rDm188XSTV

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We want someone passionate about #digital to be our new #PPC executive. Is that you? > http://t.co/2zcbnixs6o http://t.co/ye95ywjwA9

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To celebrate the start of #Wimbledon2015 we are having a strawberries and cream afternoon in the office http://t.co/FnS0vlbnEg

Why it’s time to stop obsessing over search engine rankings Friday 12th of June, 2015by Dan Moores In this blog, we look at why the time is well past for some business owners and directors to let go of their obsession with rankings, and focus more on metrics like traffic and conversions.

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What retailers need to know about conversion rate optimisation Monday 15th of June, 2015by Andy Williams Conversion rate optimisation (CRO) is the process increasing the number of visitors to a website into conversions. See why it's vital for retailers to use it.

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What's the best social channel for your retail brand? Wednesday 24th of June, 2015by Dan Moores You already know how vital social media presence is. Here's how you can make the most of three very popular platforms - and not just from a brand-amplification standpoint.

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