The 2015 Search Salary Survey is now closed. Thank you to all who have participated! The results will be available in Q1 of 2016. A sneak peak of the results will be included in the Google+ Hangout: Search Careers and Compensation discussion on January 19th. In addition, the results will be discussed in depth during a breakout session at the inaugural Member Forum.
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2013 Search Salary Survey Report
The 2013 Salary Survey Results are in! Download the survey for a look inside search
marketers’ salaries, job roles and responsibilities, verticals/segments,
compensation extras and perks, budgets, and more.
The 4th Annual Salary Survey was fielded by the
SEMPO Research Committee in conjunction with ClickZ and with analysis support from Conductor. The 23-question
survey collected data from both in-house advertiser and third-party agency
personnel including SEMPO members and non-members.
Key takeaways include:
A 10% growth in
Entry Level Employees with 27% of respondents reporting they have been in
search from 0-3 years. The majority of these salaries were in the 0-$30K range
with some representation in the $30-$60K range.
including for VPs decreased and the number of respondents in the top four
salary ranges also decreased.
salary across the board decreased from $75, 543 to $68,600
marketing that included a combination of organic with paid grew by 11%.
Additional growth in search combined with email and online media efforts.
respondents report up through the Marketing Department rather than to a Search
or IT department.
SEMPO members can view the detailed survey findings for
free by downloading the 2013 SEMPO Salary Survey. To become a SEMPO Member and view the 2013 Salary Survey results, please click here.
Past Salary Surveys are available to non-SEMPO members as
well but the current Salary Survey is only available to members. You can see how the search marketing landscape industry is changing by viewing SEMPO’s past Salary Surveys here.
Watch the Hangout
View the Google+ Hangout held on December 4, 2014 discussing the survey with SEMPO Local Group chairs and members.