We are a full service digital marketing agency servicing clients in competitive Australian, New Zealand, UK and South African sectors.

We are a small, tight knit team with a strong focus on ‘getting things done’. We don’t speak at conferences. We don’t publish articles about how good we are.  We do what we do and we are pretty damn good at it.

We’re not looking for a 007 agent. We’re looking for PPC & SEO professionals who:

  • Want to make a good living, build wealth and look after their own.
  • Believe a healthy dose of paranoia is an essential ingredient to longevity.
  • Think that trusting Google with their email address, documents and analytics is insane.
  • Are looking for a sense of satisfaction, comfort and freedom.
  • See Google for what is really is, a global corporation looking to maximise profits and its return to shareholders.
  • Focus on what drives the bottom line.

Cost-benefit analysis underpins all activities.

Responsibilities would include:

  • Execute tests, collect and analyze data and results, identify trends and insights in order to achieve maximum ROI
  • Track, report, and analyze website analytics and PPC initiatives and campaigns
  • Manage campaign expenses, staying on budget, estimating monthly costs and reconciling discrepancies.
  • Looking for optimization opportunities for landing pages for search engine marketing
  • Perform ongoing keyword discovery, expansion and optimization
  • Research and implement search engine optimization recommendations.
  • Research and analyze competitor advertising links
  • Develop and implement link building strategy
  • Work with the development team to ensure SEO strategies are properly implemented
  • Work with editorial and marketing teams to drive SEO in content creation and content programming
  • Recommend changes to website architecture, content, linking and other factors to improve SEO positions for target keywords.

The ideal candidate has:

  • Proven extensive SEO & PPC experience
  • Proven SEM experience managing PPC campaigns across Google (Yahoo and Bing not essential).
  • Solid understanding of performance marketing, conversion, and online customer acquisition
  • Working knowledge of MOZ, Ahrefs, Semrush and other SEO tools.
  • Working knowledge of social media advertising platforms, Facebook in particular.
  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript development and constraints
  • Up-to-date with the latest trends in SEO and SEM
  • Knowledge of ranking factors and search engine algorithms

What we’re offering

  • Healthy base salary – with potential to double your base salary with very realistic targets. If you are good at what you do and you tick all the boxes above – it should be a walk in the park. We want Australia’s best talent and reward as such.
  • A flexible workplace and schedule – in Milton (QLD), close to cafes, restaurants and public transport.
  • Driven and strong team of the country’s most switched on digital marketers and SEO growth experts.
  • Amazing growth prospects and upward mobility – we’re taking over the internet piece by piece.

Coming along for the ride?

Email us!

P.S: Freelancers welcome.

Our interns, Ellie and Tay, are back this week running through choosing a platform for a brand. In a mobile-first age, structuring a digital presence with the user’s experience in mind is crucial.

Week one was all about developing a corporate identity for a brand – a name, tone of voice, target audience, even content pillars. This week we took things a step further.

We ran through how to approach a new website, what to consider and how to pick marketing channels. We chatted about the importance of considering where your audience is, rather than being on every social media platform purely for the sake of it and when, for example, Twitter would be better than Facebook.

To put their findings into practice, our internship team have each been given carte blanche to develop a fictional brand, which they’ll be fleshing out over their time with us.

Here’s what Ellie had to say:

Today I developed a clearer understanding of where I want to take my brand. It was interesting to browse through some very creative and fluid websites… and some not so great ones. The importance of a user-friendly platform is evident and I have taken notes on the most effective for which I will hopefully be able to apply when I develop my own!

Tay got to put her creative skills to the test:

I’ve been able to use my creative side when designing a logo and working on the website which has helped me to work out the direction I want to take my brand. It’s become clear why certain websites work and others do not and I also have a stronger understanding of how to choose which social media platforms would best suit a brand.

Note: The Pretty Damn Good internship program is an unpaid learning opportunity. The aim is to give students the opportunity to put their studies to the test in the real world, with data, tools & team to back it all up. To find out more about it, please email rob@prettydamngood.com.au

Weeks of planning, endless calls with Fairwork Australia to cross t’s and dot i’s, and a few interviews later, the Inaugural Pretty Damn Good Internship has started.

Over the next few weeks, interns from universities around Brisbane will be taught the ins and outs of the digital marketing world.

Kicking things off, Ellie and Taylah joined our team today for their very first day of learning with us (no pressure, people).

We’re not sure who was more excited – our team, or our fresh-faced new interns.

Since an internship is all about, well, the interns, we thought we’d give them what they’re really after – internet fame (how millennial?).

“Very informative and productive first day. There appears to be plenty of space for individual creativity and I am looking forward to learning and experiencing brand creation! The amount of coffee available in the kitchen is also very exciting!” ~ Ellie “Exciting first day! Was quite intimidated at first but am eager to see how my ideas grow. Loving the cookie jar in the kitchen, someone will need to keep them out of my reach before I eat them all.” ~ Taylah

Over the next few weeks we’ll be unpacking the fundamentals of creating, and launching a brand. We can’t wait to see what they come up with, and how they challenge what we think is cool!