That sounds clear enough, maybe just make it shorter, ex. "SiteAttention responsible editor" -> with editor, people should know that it's not a developer, but rather someone who will be working with content.
Does this work with GDPR though?
Thanks a lot for your answer!
Sorry, I didn’t make it clear enough - we need the email address of the main person in charge of SiteAttention, that means it’s usually an SEO / Digital Marketing Manager of a company (but the role names can differ from one company to another). This person is in charge of all the SEO activities in the company and might also be in charge of the editors.
What in your opinion should we write to clearly state that we need email form the profile described above?
Thanks in advance!
I think Marija's comment is important in terms of GDPR.
Often the customer may not be aware they are being signed up if it is being left to the developer. If they start getting marketing emails from Site Attention they've not given their consent.
I'd suggest making the wording clear on the registration form whose email is required (SEO / Digital Marketing Manager) and give them an option whether they would want to receive marketing emails. Oh and double opt in of course ;)