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Posts Tagged ‘work in social media’

Twitter, Facebook, Search And Blogs – The Social Recruitment Compass [INFOGRAPHIC]

The rapid integration of social media into the business world has created an enormous amount of new jobs and roles, both in this new sector and also within existing, established positions – a primary example being marketing.

Indeed, this diversity is now so wide and vast that it can be difficult to keep track of who is needed where… and to do what?

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So You Want To Work In Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever wanted to work in social media? You’re not alone – 79% of corporations now utilize some aspect of social media in their arsenal, and as a new era in B2C relationships begins, so too has the interest in working within that business.

And what better way to lead the charge than to become a social media strategist?

This infographic from Voltier Creative takes a look at social media for the career minded.

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“Do You Really Want To Be The One Person Who Hires The Guy Who’s Not On Facebook?” #Socialize

I enjoyed this quote from Twist Image president Mitch Joel during his keynote speech at the Socialize conference in NYC earlier this morning.

And he’s absolutely right, and the same logic applies to Twitter, FourSquare and every other social platform, too.

Here’s the thing – many companies are still terrified of social media. They hear all these great things but don’t really get it. Often they make these valiant efforts. Other times they simply come across as looking desperate and really amateur. Both attempts amount to the same thing – a very low ROI, and a lot of scratched heads and bewilderment. It’s all hype!

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