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Community Content Strategist

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £30000.00 - £45000.00 per annum + BENEFITS
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Development


Community Content Strategist
Perm - London
£30,000 - £45,000


My client, a leading gaming company based in London is looking to bring on a community manager with a focus on digital strategy. Due to a formation of a new social media team, they are looking to bring someone on who has a passion for online strategy.


You will be working within the community team, focused in and around the strategy for the Blog, website and online store which they use to increase customer engagement. You will be the go to person, when it comes to deciding the content which reaches these platforms (Blog, website and store) in order for increase community engagement. For this, you need to have a flair for the entertainment/gaming industry along with a passion for online content.


For this, you do not need to be a content writer as they already have a editorial team. You need to have a good understanding of strategy and best practices.


If this is something which you are interested in, then please apply below to be considered.

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