Digital Recruitment Agency

As a specialist digital recruitment agency in London, our consultants work to place senior digital vacancies including:

  • Head of Digital Marketing
  • Digital Marketing Director
  • Vice President Digital Marketing
  • Chief Digital Officer

We provide digital recruitment services across London, the wider UK and Europe including:

– Permanent, contingency digital recruitment

– Interim / contract recruitment for digital positions

Digital & eCommerce executive search

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Digital recruitment agency services

We’re truly passionate about what we do: connecting talented individuals with exciting opportunities in the digital realm. 

Our focus? Building dynamic teams for brands in Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) and eCommerce, as well as publishers, agencies, and technology vendors worldwide.

Our employers choose us as their digital recruitment agency in London for 2 reasons:

Our 20 years of expertise

We’ve been in London through the explosion of the digital market in the last decades, which has disrupted traditional business models beyond recognition. We know how important innovative, digital transformation is to businesses to even stand a chance in remaining relevant to today’s customers. Our digital recruitment agency consultants have experience in placing candidates across the full digital mix, including digital marketing, digital strategy, eCommerce, customer and user experience, analytics and more.

Our digital recruitment agency approach

We operate with our core values at the centre of everything we do. We listen. We support. We’re ethical, always wanting the best for clients and candidates – we’ll never push you down a route that is not right for you or your business. That’s built our trusted reputation as a digital recruitment agency, and it’s why our customers come back to us time and time again.

Digital Marketing roles we recruit for

As a specialist digital recruitment agency, we advise employers on where the senior Digital talent may be, what you should offer as a package and how to engage and retain the very best candidates.

If you are looking for a general marketing recruitment agency, find out more about these services on our marketing recruitment agency page.

Digital Marketing Manager

Digital Marketing Manager salary: £50,000 – £60,000

A Digital Marketing Manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing digital marketing strategies to achieve business objectives. This role involves managing various online channels such as websites, social media platforms, email, and search engines to drive brand awareness, customer engagement, and lead generation. Digital Marketing Managers analyse data and metrics to measure the effectiveness of campaigns, optimize performance, and identify new opportunities for growth.

Head of Digital Marketing

Head of Digital Marketing salary: £80,000 – £110,000

A Head of Digital Marketing plays a pivotal role in developing overarching digital marketing strategies, managing teams, and overseeing various online marketing channels. Their primary goal is to drive brand visibility, engagement, and revenue growth through digital platforms and campaigns, ensuring the company remains competitive and innovative in the digital landscape.

Digital Marketing Director 

Digital Marketing Director salary: £100,000 – £150,000

A Digital Marketing Director is a specialized leader who manages the day-to-day operations of a company’s digital marketing department. They are responsible for developing and executing detailed digital marketing campaigns, focusing on specific objectives like product launches, lead generation, or customer retention. In contrast to a Vice President of Digital Marketing, the Digital Marketing Director typically has a more hands-on role in strategizing and implementing digital marketing tactics, whereas the Vice President often has a broader leadership role.

Vice President Digital Marketing 

VP Marketing salary: £120,000 – £180,000

Their primary responsibilities include developing and executing comprehensive digital marketing strategies to enhance the online presence and brand visibility of the company. They often manage various aspects of digital marketing, such as search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, email campaigns, and online advertising, aiming to drive traffic, engage customers, and achieve business goals through digital channels.

Chief Digital Officer (CDO) 

CDO salary: £150,000 – £300,000

A Chief Digital Officer (CDO) is responsible for spearheading an organisation’s digital transformation efforts. Their primary role revolves around developing and executing strategies to harness the full potential of digital technologies and trends, ensuring the company remains competitive in the digital landscape. The CDO typically oversees areas such as digital marketing, technology adoption, data analytics, and online customer experiences, playing a pivotal role in driving innovation and growth in the digital age.

Digital Marketing salary 2024

We’re here to help our employers attract the right candidate, through matching the salary expectations of our candidates. Whilst digital salary expectations do differ person to person, and industry to industry, we have complied a rough guide to expectations within the digital recruitment sector in London.

Job Role Range: Min Range: Max
Head of Digital job £80,000 £110,000
Digital Director £100,000 £150,000
VP Digital  £120,000 £180,000
Chief Digital Officer £150,000 £300,000

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Digital Marketing Trends 2024

The Digital Marketing Institute explains key digital marketing trends to look out for in 2024. Need help recruiting for your digital marketing team, to get ahead of the competition? Contact us today.

  1. Social media: the rise of Instagram Threads,  LinkedIn organic engagement increases, and AI integrations
  2. Exponential growth in AI capabilities which will require businesses to embrace the technology and stay ahead of the rapidly evolving landscape. A greater focus on new skills, and the importance of co-creation.
  3. Focus on Google’s Search Generative Experience (SGE), with an emphasis on valuable and shareable content and the value of user experience.
  4. In PPC, the increased importance of data privacy and sustainability.
  5. For digital marketing careers, 2024 will be an employers’ market, and while AI won’t take your job, someone with AI skills will.

Read more about the latest Digital Marketing trends for 2024 here.

Digital Recruitment Agency London FAQs

Q: Are digital marketing jobs in demand in the UK?
A: With ever increasing customer demands on digital channels such as websites, social media and apps, digital marketing jobs are always in demand within the UK.
Q: Is digital marketing a good career in the UK?
A: Digital marketing is a good career in the UK. Digital marketers are always in demand, and can demand a good salary and performance related bonus. Digital marketing careers allow for a lot of progression from a digital executive, through to a Digital Director or VP of Digital.
Q: How much should I pay a headhunter?
A: Unlike a contingency recruiter, who is paid on success, digital headhunters or search firms are normally paid 33% of the fee to take on the assignment. Once a shortlist has been produced, a digital headhunter will take a further 33% of the fee, moving then to arrange interviews and follow this through to offer stage. The remaining balance is then only settled when a candidate has been chosen and successfully placed within your organisation.
Q: What is the difference between a headhunter and a recruiter?
A: Unlike a contingency recruiter, who is paid on success, digital headhunters are normally paid 33% of the fee to take on the assignment. Before taking payment and scaling large databases of passive and active candidates, the headhunting process begins with an extensive briefing session to enable understand the vacancy you are looking to fill. A headhunter will then ‘go to market’ to find a selection of candidates that fit the specific needs and requirements of your business. Once a shortlist has been produced interviews will be arranged and followed through to offer stage.