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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.

Social promotion platform Headliner.fm morphs into CoPromote $1.8 million heavier

Social media managers will be aware that some people have a talent for producing content that can influence others on social networks with elegance, humor and originality; and New York’s social exchange platform Headliner.fm has acted as an online hub for these talented influencers to promote one another’s content since its launch in 2009. But this week, it’s announced a name change and a sizeable cash injection. Not just for musicians Courtesy of a seed funding round led by ff Venture Capital, Headliner.fm raised a handsome $1.8 million this week and morphed into “CoPromote” (other participants included Alpha Prime Ventures, Correlation Ventures, Rubicon Project president Greg Raifman and The Social Internet Fund). The inquiring social media manager will want to know what prompted the name change and the answer points to the startup’s success. Originally aimed at musicians (hence the “fm” bit), its community expanded and diversified to include a whole raft of creators and marketers, from bloggers to online video producers, app developers to charities and small businesses. Suddenly, having a name with “fm” in it was starting to get a little misleading because it’s certainly no longer limited to musicians. So “CoPromote” came to be instead. Small-budget creators,…

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New York social TV startup Viggle expands its reach

Most seasoned social media managers will appreciate that when a social startup begins to make major acquisitions, it’s probably going places. The New York-based social TV startup Viggle, which offers a loyalty program for TV viewers when they check in to the shows they’re watching or the music they’re listening to, has just done precisely that. It’s recently acquired Dijit Media, a San Francisco-headquartered company responsible for the personalized TV and web programming guide “NextGuide.” The whole Dijit team will be joining Viggle in the Big Apple. NextGuide meets Viggle Reminder The more inquiring social media manager will doubtless be speculating about what’ll be in the new bag formed by the blend of the two firms. Well, it’s all in the widget. The embeddable Viggle reminder widget appears as an onscreen button allowing users to sign up for reminders which prompt them when a show they want to follow is about to be aired. The intention now is to integrate the reminder button with Vijit’s guide, so that Viggle reward points can be offered in NextGuide. Commenting on the acquisition, Vijit’s CEO Jeremy Toeman said: “We have had incredible growth and success since our launch and we’re excited to join…

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Photo-editing startup Aviary hits 10 billion photos

Social media managers keen to keep up with the latest developments in social technology will be interested to see that New York-based photo-editing startup Aviary has hit a major milestone. Its platform has now been used to edit no fewer than 10 billion photos. 70 million active monthly users and climbing Most tech-savvy social media managers would probably agree that sharing photos has become a major, if not the major, means of social communication in the mobile era. But if we’re going to share photos, most of us want to share great photos, and for too many of us, we can’t seem to get above average. That’s where Aviary comes to the rescue: offering its own branded apps, it not only gives one’s more underwhelming snaps the wow factor, its software development kit (SDK) lets developers add photo-editing capabilities to their websites or app in two shakes of a lamb’s tail. Founded in 2007, another measure of its growing success can be seen in the fact that it’s now integrated with over 7,000 partner apps, including Squarespace, Pic Stitch and Tango. Not only that, but its SDK has been downloaded in no fewer than 143 counties, and it’s reaching over…

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Introducing 4C, the New York firm that converts social data into intelligent marketing

When a new tech company raises $5 million in Series B funding a year after being formed, most product managers would agree that it’s probably got a pretty hot product. And in the case of New York social data startup 4C, formed in 2013 from a merger between Voxsup and The Echo System, they’d be absolutely right. A winning combination Voxsup’s forte was social data, while The Echo System’s was in advertising and e-commerce. The combination of strengths arising from the fusion of the two has resulted in data analytics technology that will set most product managers involuntarily salivating. Given that Voxsup’s founder, Alok Choudhary, also works as a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Northwestern University, it’s less surprising that 4C has some seriously smart technology behind it. Choudhary is now 4C’s chief scientist and chairman, while the CEO role is occupied by Echo System founder Lance Neuhauser. Intrigued product managers, of course, will want to know what this technology can actually do. According to the company’s website, it’s all about delivering actionable insights to Fortune 500 brands, big ad agencies and media firms about how people decide to make purchases. In a nutshell, the technology enables…

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Jackthreads takes a small social step to make men feel less lonely when shopping

There’s a secret about clothes shopping: men and women do it differently. And that difference, social media managers may be intrigued to find, has prompted New York-based online shopping club Jackthreads to experiment with a little social tweaking – a small step it’s confident will produce impressive results. From solitary to social  Think about it for a moment: you’re a social media manager and you want a new outfit. Do you arrange to go shopping with a bunch of friends or do you get it all done flying solo? The answer almost certainly depends on whether you’re male or female. Women are more inclined to do their clothes shopping with friends and select items according to their verdicts, while for men it’s often a more solitary pursuit. Recognising this difference, Jackthreads introduced a social initiative last year which allowed male online shoppers to chat with young female customer service agents. Called “Chat with Jill”, it gave those male customers what they’d previously lacked: the viewpoint of a woman. According to Ben Lerer, whose men’s digital lifestyle publication Thrillist acquired Jackthreads last year, the idea is simple. It gives male customers a little social feedback on what they’re purchasing, equipping them…

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