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The Role
As an SEO Manager you would usually be responsible for the strategic management and delivery of SEO activity on and off site, as well as technical SEO. This role would also be tasked with undertaking regular SEO audits and reporting and analysis SEO performance whilst recommending and undertaking continual improvement. Knowledge of key SEO tools such as SEMrush, MOZ, Screaming Frog, Ahrefs as well as experience in Google Analytics and Google Search Console would be required.
Depending on the structure of the digital/marketing team this role could be a stand-alone and responsible for strategy as well as implementation or work with an SEO Executive to support with the creation and implementation of activity.
This type of position would be suited to someone already working within an SEO role and looking to progress their career and gain more expose and awareness across all areas of SEO
As a SEO Manager, the role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
  • Strategically planning and implementing SEO activity
  • Analysing campaigns and data though Google Analytics and Google Search Console
  • Optimising campaign activity, increasing brand awareness, user engagement and conversion
  • Work with marketing team, especially PPC team, to insure integrated and optimised activity.
​About Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire was recorded as a county in the early years of the 10th century and borders Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Oxfordshire.
The largest centre of population is the city of Oxford which is home to the world-famous Oxford University. Other major town in the county are Banbury, Bicester, Kidlington, Chipping Norton, Carterton, Witney, Thame and Chinnor and Abingdon, Wantage, Didcot, Wallingford and Henley-on-Thames.
Oxfordshire has three areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. the Cotswolds in the north-west, the open chalk hills of the North Wessex Downs and wooded hills of the Chilterns in the south and south-east. The ironstone of the Cherwell uplands can be found north of the county.