UA Specialist

Ten Square Games is conquering the market of mobile and browser games and our flagship title – Fishing Clash - is breaking records of popularity in Apple and Google Play Stores. We make and promote games and gain new users every day!

Due to the development of new products were looking for an ambitious person who is fascinated by modern technology, games and online marketing.
UA Specialist
Workplace: Wrocław
  • Make ad campaigns aimed at getting users for mobile products (using tools like Facebook Ads, AdWords and others);
  • Report work results using available tools;
  • Make remarketing campaigns and other marketing automation operations;
  • Look for new solutions/tools which increase campaign effectiveness;
  • Establish business relationships with new ad networks.
  • Experience in e-marketing campaigns;
  • Good knowledge of advertising tools (FB Ads and/or AdWords) and MS Excel;
  • Knowledge of marketing KPIs;
  • Ability to interpret data and optimize marketing operations;
  • Good knowledge of English (including business English).
  • Knowledge of mobile apps market (knowledge of game market is an advantage);
  • Knowledge of social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube etc.) and ability to use them for advertising purposes;
  • Experience in working for advertising agency or network.
  • Creative work in a fast-growing company in Wroclaw;
  • Attractive remuneration based on experience and skills;
  • Friendly working atmosphere;
  • Flexible working hours;
  • Company trips and gatherings,
  • Private medical care and Multisport card;
  • Pizza Days and fresh fruit in the office!
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