Oladamola Babalola works as an account manager at theEword. Within this capacity, Babs is involved in the optimisation of client sites using a range of digital marketing strategies. He is also responsible for reporting back to clients regarding the success of their campaigns.
Before joining theEword, Oladamola read Communications and Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. To extend his understanding of digital marketing even further, Babs then went on to complete an MSc in Marketing at the Manchester Business School.
Oladamola has undertaken a number of additional projects and placements to build upon the extensive knowledge he gained throughout his degree and masters. He has experience as a student marketer for Graduate Promotions, was media director for Students in Free Enterprise and has also been involved in the BBC Mentorship Project.
The valuable experience and knowledge that Oladamola has gained from his qualifications and experience have enabled him to become an integral member of theEword marketing team. Through applying digital marketing strategies such as link building, Babs helps to optimise the websites of clients. He is also actively involved in reporting back to clients to discuss the success of their SEO campaigns.
Away from the office, Oladamola enjoys getting creative by producing his own music and videos. He also likes to head into the great outdoors to improve his jogging time and get involved in a few games of football.
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