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Welcome to Media Jobs: Social Media Jobs

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Social media is no longer just a hobby – it’s an opportunity for businesses to establish meaningful relationships with customers and clients. Companies need marketing-minded individuals to fill social media marketing jobs and use their online expertise to build the brand. The explosion of websites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest has given businesses more ways than ever to promote products, start conversations, and monitor brand reputation. Knowledge is power, and your fluency in social media could mean big bucks in social media manager jobs. If you know how to take data from platforms and analyze its meaning for a brand or a business then you could be very valuable in today’s media job market. Social media jobs focus on delivering valuable insights about customer engagement and experience. A great social media manager creates a whole new way to experience a product or brand. The position takes a people-person with great communication skills and computer fluency. New media channels are popping up all the time, and the victory goes to those who leverage these new channels into their overall marketing strategy. Are you a social media pro? Why not use our social media job search to find the best opportunities. With specialties like Media Integration, Social Engagement, Social Outreach, and Media Marketing, you can find a social media job that enhances and builds your skills.

INTERVIEW: Is Swayy the Content Creation Platform You’ve Been Waiting For?

Is Swayy the Content Creation Platform You’ve Been Waiting For?

Can a group of smart people from Israel do a better job of finding the most relevant content for your audience?    Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com spoke with Lior Degani, of Swayy, who agreed that there was lots of competition in the space but explained why he believes that Swayy will rise above them all. “What Swayy does, it goes over your communities, your audience, your social, your photos and everything, and start checking out what they react better to, what topics they react better to, and provide the content according to that.” Listen in or read along as Roy Weissman talks with Lior about why he believes Swayy will become the leader in its market. You can listen to the interview as well as read it below:     Roy:   My name is Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com.  Today we’re speaking with Lior Degani from Swayy.co. Swayy is a personalized content curation platform that helps you discover engaging content to share with your audience to share on social media. Welcome Lior. How are you? Lior:   Hi. I’m great. Thanks for having me. Roy:   You’ve got this business and we’re talking about a social content creation platform. Lior:   Yes. Roy:   You know,…

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Wanna know what ads will look like on Instagram? Check these spoilers

The jobbing business development manager seeking to expand agency business will very shortly be able add Instagram to the list of sites for placing ads. The free photo sharing app, which was acquired by Facebook in April last year, is proceeding with its gentle approach to embracing online advertising sales and has now unveiled new details about what its users can expect. Advertising, Instagram-style The company assured users last month that advertising posts won’t jar with the network’s visual appeal and will feel natural. Advertising videos and photos featured on the network, Instagram has now revealed, will look pretty much the same as regular posts, but there’ll be a few subtle differences. Instead of the user’s name (which appears in the top left corner of the image or video), sponsored content will bear the brand name. And instead of the timestamp in the right upper corner, there’ll be a label reading “Sponsored”. The question hard-boiled business development managers may now be asking is probably “Is that all?” The answer, of course, is “no”. Users will be given the choice of hiding any ad they dislike (and providing feedback on that they took exception to) by going to the bottom right…

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Social video editing app creator Magisto capitalizes on its meteoric success with a major investment round

As any experienced social media manager can tell you, when a two-year-old social startup manages to raise $13 million in investment, it’s probably doing something seriously right. Like, for example, New York-based Magisto, creators of an ingenious social video editing app, which has just bagged precisely that princely sum, courtesy of a funding round led by Qualcomm Ventures and Sandisk. Other participants included existing investors Li Ka Shing’s Horizons Ventures and Magma Venture Partner. Video storytelling the intelligent way But what, the intrigued social media manager will be asking, has attracted hard-nosed investors to Magisto? Well for one thing, its growth has been phenomenal: in the space of just two years, it’s signed up in excess of 13 million users, all of them enthralled by its addictive “video storytelling” app. The app is little short of a slice of heaven for everyone who hates video editing. And that probably means everyone. Magisto’s proprietary algorithms use cutting edge Artificial Intelligence technology to do the donkey work. Users simply touch the “Select a gallery” button on their smartphone’s touchscreen, pick the videos they’d like to be edited (and select a soundtrack to play along to them) and then touch the onscreen “Make…

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Social planning service YPlan hits New York and launches Android app

Social media managers keen to stay abreast of the latest developments in the industry could do worse than check out fledgling social planning outfit, YPlan. Despite being around for less than 12 months, September saw the London-based company extend its reach into New York City and yesterday it upped the stakes a notch further with an announcement that the service can now be accessed through an Android app. So, how does it all work? Well, if you’re an end user, the answer is it’s essentially very straightforward. The app curates and collates a hot list of 15 events that are happening that night or over the next couple of nights. Interested parties can then pay for tickets through the app without having to worry themselves about producing paper copies at the door. The key point here, according to co-founder Rytis Vitkauskas, is that YPlan offers users a discerning selection of events rather than saturating their phones with a long-list of less salubrious options – or, as he puts it, the company is, “razor focused on being the answer to the question ‘what am I doing tonight?’” Content managers curious about why a company that’s laid claim to more than 300k…

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New York virtual-to-real-world social community firm Meetup acquires email collaboration firm Dispatch

Seasoned community managers will be aware that when a social media firm decides to make an acquisition, it’s starting to lay with innovation. And that appears to be behind the decision by Meetup, the New York based-online platform that helps convert virtual social communities into real world get-togethers, to bag its New York neighbor, Dispatch, which offers an e-mail collaboration tool to ease project management tasks. The move is Meetup’s first acquisition since its launch in 2002. A specialist in collaborative communication Since its launch in 2011, Dispatch has switched its original focus from creating an online workspace to helping teams collaborate through the cloud on work projects by linking Evernote, Box, Google Docs and Dropbox. Despite the clever idea, the model wasn’t gaining enough traction, so the firm switched emphasis this summer to enhancing email collaboration instead (co-founder Jesse Lamb had discovered that people were reverting to email after falling off the original Dispatch platform). So why, the inquiring community manager will be asking, has Meetup decided to bring Dispatch into the fold? It’s already got 14.4 million members and is on course to add another 5 million by the end of the year, it’s arranging up to 20,000…

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