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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.

Fast rising business social media startup Hearsay Social heads for the stratosphere

Most community managers would agree that by the time a social network has raised $30 million in Series C funding, it’s clearly doing something very right. And since that’s just the amount that social startup Hearsay Social has just raised, the intrepid community manager will be curious to find out just what it’s doing that’s so right. Launched in 2009 by co-founders Steve Garrity, now its CEO, and Starbucks board of directors member Clara Shih, Hearsay Social is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in New York. Its mission? To help businesses not only achieve regulatory compliance, but build strong relationships with customers and enhance brand presence across all of the major social networks, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, foursquare and Google+. Early on, the emphasis was on helping businesses raise the social media presence of their local branches, but it’s evolved into what it calls a “social selling platform” as well. A dual approach If there are any community managers out there who are a little baffled by this term, essentially Hearsay Social now helps salespeople to keep their social media presence in dynamic shape by finding relevant content and tracking the “social signals” of others in their network. As…

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INTERVIEW: Facebook of Latvia, With More Members than Population, Starts New Businesses

Facebook of Latvia, With More Members than Population, Starts New Businesses

What does a company do to grow when it has 100% of its market and doesn’t want lose its employees?  It starts new businesses.  With over 2 million members in a country of 2 million people The Draugiem Group needed new ideas to grow.  They chose to offer employees seed money to start new businesses rather than lose them to another company.  It has helped Draugiem grow into a $27 million dollar company with offices worldwide. We spoke with Davis Siksnans, the man in charge of Draugiem’s new ventures. You can listen to Davis’s Interview here and read it below: Roy:     My name is Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com. We provide job seekers the strategic insight into their job search. Today we’re speaking with Davis Siksnans from Draugiem Group in Latvia, who has a very unique business model. The Draugiem Group is an umbrella organization that houses the national social media platform of Latvia, and currently incubates 16 startups. So Davis, you guys have a pretty interesting business.  You’re the Facebook of Latvia, but you’re many more things than that.  So maybe you can give us a little bit of a sense or a history of how this all evolved, and…

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MyFitnessPal: the social startup that helps users get healthy and lose weight. Lots of it.

The average social media manager can probably only dream of such a happening. After bootstrapping for eight long years, you suddenly bag $18 million from top-end investors in your fist funding round. But for weight loss and fitness social platform MyFitnessPal, this is no daydream. It really has walked away with said sum, courtesy of an investment round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, with participation from Accel Partners. Weight loss by social media Intrigued social media managers will doubtless like to know how this bounty was bestowed upon a firm that had funded itself for the best part of a decade. There’s a clue in the number of registered users: 40 million, and climbing at a rate of 1.5 million a month. And there’s another clue in the amount of weight they’ve lost between them: 100 million pounds so far. That’s about the same as 200+ Statues of Liberty or 5,000 elephants. Co-founder Mike Lee, who launched MyFitnessPal with his brother Albert back in 2005, said that funding was becoming a necessity because their to-do list of features they want to include on the platform has been expanding well beyond their ability to keep up with it (and…

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Timehop raises $3 million in Series A to help people remember and reconnect with old friends

New York-based startup Timehop, which began life in 2011 under the name “4SquareAnd7YearsAgo”, has just raised an additional $3 million in funding, taking its total to a princely $4.12 million. The latest round was led by its existing investor, Spark Capital, with participation from O’Reilly Alphatech Ventures. If you’re a social media manager or community manager who hasn’t heard of Timehop, listen up. From now to then Timehop has morphed into a mobile-first social media platform which pulls status updates posted on your social networks from a year or more ago. Users are reminded of friends they were in contact with this day last year, friends they might have now lost contact with. And it just lets you reminisce about the thoughts and preoccupations that were exercising your mind that day. Simple and gentle but, as social media managers will probably appreciate, strangely compelling and addictive, too. According to the startup’s CEO Jonathan Wegener, the new money will be put to use in expanding the existing seven-strong team and to focus more intently on mobile app development. He describes Timehop like this: “The big, long-term vision is to be a place to reminisce online. Basically in this world, all social…

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Potluck aims to turn lurkers into sharers with new iPhone app

Social media managers and community managers will be familiar with an unwavering pattern: only a small proportion of their community members actively create. Now Potluck, a new link-sharing service, aims to break through this, converting “lurkers” into creators, thanks to the launch of an iPhone app. From lurker to sharer? The brainchild of the team who brought you Branch, the social conversation platform, its co-founder and CEO, Josh Miller, describes the aim like this: “There’s a rule on the Internet that 1 percent are going to create, 9 percent are going to curate, and 90 percent are going to be lurkers. So by definition, we’re working uphill. But I actually think the iOS app is a big part of why we think we’ll be able to overcome it, at least to some extent. [Mobile] feels like a much more intimate environment.” With Potluck, users can post, share links, take part in conversations about what they (or others) just shared and find friends. The more skeptical social media manager might now be wondering what’s so unique about Potluck, especially as there are other link-sharing services out there (Digg and Reddit amongst them). Potluck explores whether an app’s ease-of-use design can entice…

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