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eCommerce Site Merchandiser

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The eCommerce Site Merchandiser is accountable for maximizing E-commerce business through the development and implementation of short and long-term web-based merchandise strategies that address customer needs across multiple categories. The eCommerce Site Merchandiser will manage the day to day execution and optimization of promotions, product merchandising, cross-sells, upsells, and other merchandising opportunities. 

Essential duties include but are not limited to the following: 
• Work closely with the integrated marketing team regarding marketing promotions, ad schedules, and forecast goals. 
• Review products, recommend additions/changes to product marketing, and collaborate with stakeholders to define customer value for products. 
• Maintain integrity of merchandising by auditing site content: copy, descriptions, and digital assets. 
• Maintain a merchandising calendar to account for advertising by product. 
• Partner with the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Analyst to improve site results by enhancing keywords, usability, clarity, and searchability of content and ads. 
• Partner with the Paid Marketing team to support campaign performance. 
• Collaborate with stakeholders to craft campaigns and promotions with clear goals and metrics. 
Working with content producers and developers to place tags on ads, ensure they are accurate and track metrics of tags. 
Track and report out on results of merchandising placements 
Create plan and work with production team to create a personalized experience on the homepage with targeted ads. 


Qualifications 
• BA Degree in business related discipline or equivalent experience required. 
• You’re analytical – someone that goes into a tool like Omniture and then digs for the “where, what, when, how and why.” 
• You’re organized – you track your efforts and campaigns in calendars 
• You have good communication skills – someone that can work with various teams and articulate what content is needed to support your needs. 
• You understand the customer journey and IA – someone that sees all user paths to any given page in a site. 
• You’re inquisitive – you look for opportunity of improvement in every process, framework and campaign (even the “successful” ones). 

 

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