Marketing Manager e-Commerce Salary in Louisville, Kentucky

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Average Salary for Marketing Manager e-Commerce in Louisville, Kentucky

The average salary of a(n) Marketing Manager e-Commerce in Louisville, Kentucky is $96,596.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Marketing Manager e-Commerce in Louisville, Kentucky is $46.44.

The average bonus of a(n) Marketing Manager e-Commerce in Louisville, Kentucky is $10,626.00.

Job Description:

Manages and oversees the organization's electronic commerce or electronic business efforts. Heads the development and execution of marketing strategies to promote products or services directly to on-line customers or for conducting business to business transactions on an Internet website. Contributes to the design and implementation of website marketing plans. Develops and heads marketing tests and new programs. Manages representatives who may call on existing or potential customers. Establishes entrepreneurial goals for the company's electronic commerce, ensuring the website achieves marketing objectives and adheres to quality standards regarding appearance and content that would increase sales and reduce distribution and other costs, and reduce time and labor. Analyzes and defines the market for product growth within market segment. Identifies, manages, and evaluates on-going web alliances and partnerships. Pursues appropriate, strategic alliances that support aggressive growth of the market share and revenues and executes profitable market penetration strategies. Coordinates, confers, and negotiates with managers from the company's business units, internal departments, and web development staff. Provides leadership for the website development staff. Provides marketing advice to organizational units. Makes forecasts on anticipated market sales. Promotes satisfactory customer relations. Monitors and reviews website visitor access patterns and trends, adjusting strategies and plans as appropriate. Works closely with design and content teams to ensure site meets marketing objectives. Tracks current and emerging e-commerce trends. Less

Manages and oversees the organization's electronic commerce or electronic business efforts. Heads the development and execution of marketing strategies to promote products or services directly to on-line customers or for conducting business to business transactions on an Internet website. Contributes... More

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