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In 2012, for the first time ever, busi­ness­es spent more mon­ey on online adver­tis­ing than print adver­tis­ing. This is a momen­tous shift for the adver­tis­ing indus­try, and there is no sign of turn­ing back. The break-neck pace of tech­nol­o­gy today demands flex­i­ble, knowl­edge­able indi­vid­u­als who can think on their toes and make informed busi­ness deci­sions. Media Jobs are in high demand by com­pa­nies who want to stay in the game. With us you can find a job to match your exper­tise and start a new, excit­ing career today. Our media jobs search is your por­tal to the lat­est and great­est oppor­tu­ni­ties open­ing up near you. Sub­scribe to our Media Jobs Mar­ket Update to receive dai­ly emails with the most recent posi­tions match­ing your search. With mil­lions of jobs to choose from, our search engine will help you find the right job. Whether you are inter­est­ed in Tech­nol­o­gy, Adver­tis­ing, Ecom­merce, Online Adver­tis­ing, Social Media, Mobile or any oth­er jobs in the media indus­tries use MediaJobs.com to stay on top of recent devel­op­ments. We’re avail­able through all your favorite social net­works: LinkedIn, Twit­ter, Face­book, Google+, and RSS. Stay in the loop with our con­stant cov­er­age, when and wher­ev­er you want it.

5 Critical Research Tools Necessary for a Successful Job Search

Job Search

Despite the glob­al reces­sion, job oppor­tu­ni­ties are still every­where to be seen, and this process is made more suc­cess­ful with the use of job research tools. There are many research tools to give job seek­ers a bet­ter chance of land­ing a good job, and the best pro­vide you with the valu­able infor­ma­tion you need to get ahead. This guide takes a look at 5 crit­i­cal tools avail­able to you for mak­ing your job hunt a suc­cess­ful one. Job Search Web­sites Of all the ways to find a new job, job search web­sites give you the most infor­ma­tion for the small­est amount of effort. Instead of using them to search for jobs how­ev­er, it is more effi­cient to reg­is­ter your pro­file with them and to get noti­fied when jobs that suit your spec­i­fi­ca­tion, skills and expe­ri­ence come onto the mar­ket. Career Map­ping The biggest job search web­sites offer a career map­ping tool which helps you visu­alise and under­stand your career options based on the resume infor­ma­tion you pro­vide. With this tool you can browse what career direc­tions are open to you, or you can enter a desired job tar­get and work back­wards to see the steps you would need to take…

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3 Mobile Advertising Companies to Watch

Mobile Advertising

The mobile adver­tis­ing indus­try is bare­ly off of its train­ing wheels, but mar­ket infor­ma­tion is clear­ly pre­sent­ing how much poten­tial there is to make prof­its. While true, if one mar­ket has had unpre­dictable growth it has been mobile adver­tis­ing, and this is in part due to the sheer diver­si­ty and com­plex­i­ty of mobile tech­nol­o­gy and mobile adver­tis­ing tech­nol­o­gy, and the com­pe­ti­tion from oth­er media mar­kets. This hasn’t stopped many com­pa­nies from mak­ing the most of the gen­er­al upward trend — let’s take a look at 3 mobile adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies that are mak­ing the most of this grow­ing mar­ket. But Aren’t These Com­pa­nies Los­ing Mon­ey? The fact is that both Augme and Amobee have yet to reach prof­itabil­i­ty, and while at first glance this would appear a cause for con­cern, it real­ly isn’t. The mar­ket is young and many adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies are still find­ing their feet, and despite oper­at­ing loss­es, the atten­tion these com­pa­nies are get­ting (such as the recent acqui­si­tion of Amobee) show that the future is bright. Loss­es in these com­pa­nies are also main­ly due to the costs of rapid expan­sion, which will be good in the long term, and good for the tech job mar­ket in the short…

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Trends to Watch Now in Mobile Advertising

Mobile Advertising

This year’s Glob­al Mobile Awards are a real sign of the times, with mobile plat­forms ever-increas­ing in use and pop­u­lar­i­ty and mobile adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies fac­ing explo­sive rates of growth. The mar­ket of mobile adver­tis­ing is grow­ing extreme­ly quick­ly, with the US mobile ad indus­try expect­ed to increase by almost 100% in 2012 to $2.3 bil­lion and a glob­al growth of over 60% to $6.4 bil­lion (com­pare this with 2010’s glob­al spend of rough­ly $4 bil­lion). This rapid increase is a result of a num­ber of fac­tors, name­ly the strong US, Chi­nese and Japan­ese mobile mar­kets, the increas­ing num­ber of smart­phone users, con­sumers spend­ing more and more time with their mobile devices, larg­er net­work expo­sure and data ser­vices (3g, 4g) and the high pro­por­tion of mobile brows­er and mobile appli­ca­tion usage. It is report­ed by Nielsen that 64% of time spent on mobile phones is on appli­ca­tions and 11% with browsers, and when we com­bine this with the hun­dreds of mil­lions of smart­phone users around today and the rapid con­ver­sion of non-smart­­phone users, few mar­kets are cur­rent­ly hold­ing more poten­tial, more mon­ey to be made and more dig­i­tal media jobs to be offered, than the mobile mar­ket­ing sec­tor. The poten­tial is…

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How do I Use LinkedIn to Find a Job

LinkedIn

Find­ing a job is no longer sim­ply about using job search engines, list­ings, indus­try pub­li­ca­tions and your imme­di­ate friends and rela­tions, it is about using mod­ern social and pro­fes­sion­al  net­works to help build up pro­fes­sion­al con­tacts to get ahead, and the best and most pop­u­lar net­work for the job is LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a social net­work­ing site with a pro­fes­sion­al edge that helps you build a net­work of indus­try-spe­­cif­ic con­tacts and build a per­son­al pro­file to help get your­self noticed. With over 150 mil­lion mem­bers there is no oth­er ser­vice which offers you so much poten­tial, but how exact­ly should you use LinkedIn and make the most of it to find a job? Let’s find out. Use the Resume Builder LinkedIn’s resume builder helps you bring togeth­er all the infor­ma­tion on your pro­file into a true resume with the avail­able site resume tem­plates. You can edit your resume when­ev­er you like, and your resume is giv­en a cus­tom URL so you can eas­i­ly deliv­er it to pro­fes­sion­al con­tacts. Search for Con­tacts There are two ways to find con­tacts on LinkedIn; either by meet­ing with peo­ple some­where else and then search­ing for them on LinkedIn, or by search­ing for peo­ple you…

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Roku has $45 million To Spend

With recent invest­ments of $45 mil­lion,  Roku is posi­tioned to con­tin­ue its lead­ing role as a stream­ing video play­er for your inter­net enabled TV. Roku is a small device that was designed to stream movies from Net­flix instant­ly on tele­vi­sion. Some indi­vid­u­als who own a Roku device choose to get rid of tra­di­tion­al cable tele­vi­sion because of how enthused they are with the prod­uct. This strate­gic invest­ment came from News Cor­po­ra­tion, British Sky Broad­cast­ing, Men­lo Ven­tures and Globe­span Cap­i­tal Part­ners. Roku has been an extreme­ly fast grow­ing com­pa­ny from the start and now with this new invest­ment expan­sion is expect­ed to con­tin­ue. It will allow Roku to focus more on adver­tis­ing, devel­op inter­na­tion­al mar­ket and increase engi­neer­ing and pro­duc­tion. The pri­ma­ry goal of Roku is to pro­vide the best stream­ing TV expe­ri­ence at the best val­ue. It streams con­tent from dis­trib­u­tors such as Net­flix and Hulu Plus. Pre­mi­um net­works such as HBO are also enter­ing the mix. NBA Game Time and Pan­do­ra are also avail­able for Roku users. The aver­age Roku user watch­es approx­i­mate­ly 12 hours of video con­tent on their devices each week, which means they are watch­ing 12 hours less of tra­di­tion­al tele­vi­sion, accord­ing to Tech Crunch. Tra­di­tion­al…

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