Paid Digital Marketing Branding Placement in Taiwan

TAIWAN / InternTaiwan

Company Introduction:
This is a top digital agency based out of Taipei, with a UK office set to open late 2017. Their focus is on helping Western brands break into Asia, and vice versa.

They offer web design, branding, SEO and a range of online marketing services to clients, all supported with localisation strategies.

Internship Description:
Digital Marketing Internship.

You will be working in a truly multicultural team, across a range of tasks. Your time will be split between tasks to develop the company’s online presence, and that of their clients projects.

For the most part you will be focusing on SEO (both onsite and offsite), social media and paid advertising. As the company is a small but growing firm, you’ll find that you get many opportunities to dabble in different things, and that when you have proven yourself you will be given more and more responsibility.

SEO – you will be using various SEO tools and adhering to SEO best practices, writing content, performing keyword research, undertaking SEO outreach and compiling reports.

Social Media – you will be working on their Facebook and Linkedin Pages, researching and writing content, posting and interacting with the community, measuring success and planning improvements.

Paid Advertising – you will be setting up and monitoring various advertising channels, pushing for cost efficiency and reporting.

Looking for someone with a relevant academic and/or practical background who can really hit the ground running.

If you can speak a little Chinese that would be great, but it’s not a requirement.

Design/UI/UX/Wordpress/Coding skills are a plus.

Their main task is that you come with an open mind and a willingness to learn and get stuck in. The company is passionate about making sure that you get as much out of the experience as you put in.

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Expires: Dec 1, 2017


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