|Publication or Company
The Daily Dot
||Internet/Online/New Media, Marketing, Social Media
||401K/403B, Dental, Flexible Hours, Health, Profit-Sharing, Telecommute Policy
New York, NY
The Assistant Social Media Editor is primarily responsible for overseeing the promotion of The Daily Dot and The Kernel via social media channels, as well as reviewing analytics to track audience growth and engagement. He or she reports to the Director of Audience Engagement and works very closely with the Social Media Editor and editorial team. NOTE: This position requires the availability to work all weekends.
Roles and Responsibilities
Manages social media channels and community platforms for The Daily Dot
Manages social media channels and creates community development strategy for The Kernel, The Daily Dot’s Sunday magazine
Reviews analytics to track audience growth and engagement across social platforms.
Works with various reporters, editors, and sections across the newsroom.
Available to work weekends with a flexible work week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday required).
Experience with social media and accompanying tools, including Twitter and Facebook, and ideally YouTube
Skill in working as a team player
Skill in organizational and time management
Experience researching and using data to help make decisions
Knowledge of Internet communities, trends and memes
Love of journalism
Experience with SocialFlow a plus
Experience using Facebook analytics a plus
|About Our Company
||The Daily Dot Is the definitive source for Internet news and cultural commentary.
We tell the story of the Internet by profiling the all of the people, apps, and communities that shape our shared online experience, inspiring our readers to explore what’s next.
We are the Web’s most comprehensive source of original Internet news and among the fastest growing media companies in the world, reaching 12 million digital natives each month. Our team of passionate reporters covers the issues the Internet generation cares about most, all day, everyday. It’s classic journalism for the Internet age.
Want to know more? Just ask us.
“I wanted…writers who would see and make others see the life of the city.” –Lincoln Steffens (1897)