It depends. If you are looking for an entry level person then "marketing communication specialist" is a good term. If the person will have a lot more responsibility and higher salary, then "manager" can be used. Whether you say "marketing communication" or "advertising" depends on what tasks the person will have. Marketing is a broader area that covers advertising, online stuff, direct mail, etc. The answers to this question are a good example of how people answer questions they have no knowledge about. STEPHEN, StevenRfc and Murzy, you need to know what the heck you are talking about before you answer a question.
by I Like Turtles - 7 hours ago
Advertising manager. Advertising administrator.
by DR + Mrs Bears face - 7 hours ago
Marketing executive or marketing head. Basically any title that includes marketing.
by STEPHEN - 7 hours ago
Executive of Public Relations
by StevenRfc - 7 hours ago
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