SEO Analyst

SEO Analyst

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Analyst is responsible for managing the stream of organic traffic to a website. This includes using data, analytics and different strategies to increase the amount of website visits.


  • Carrying out keyword research to implement across the website, landing pages and blogs.
  • Using data to track metrics, conversion rates and other user-related research.
  • Staying up to date with ongoing SEO research, trends and updates to Google.
  • Working in collaboration with web developers to implement an appropriate SEO strategy.
  • Optimising websites for mobile, laptops and a range of other devices.

Key Skills

  • An understanding of the key principles of SEO and analytics.
  • A strong attention to detail when analysing data.
  • Interpersonal skills to manage ongoing relationships with co-workers and clients.
  • Inquisitive nature and ability to constantly research a changing field.

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SEO Analyst FAQ's

Do I need a degree?

A degree is commendable to add to your CV. However, most positions for SEO Analyst's do not require a degree.

Although it is a complex field, you can gain a lot of knowledge through online courses and research, proving your ability to work proactively to an employer.

What is the average salary for an SEO Analyst?

The average salary for an SEO Analyst will depend on your level of expertise and experience. In the North East, this figure ranges between £22,000 and £30,000.

What progression opportunities are available?

A key understanding of the principles of SEO will gain you a competitive advantage in marketing. This knowledge can transfer into other roles including a content manager, copywriter and business marketing consultant.

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