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5 Tips for Landing a Social Media Job

5 Tips for Landing a Social Media Job

So you’re look­ing for a social media job, but you aren’t sure what kind of qual­i­fi­ca­tions you might need or what the pay is like? Don’t feel too bad, even many of the com­pa­nies hir­ing a social media man­ag­er can’t answer those ques­tions objec­tive­ly. The truth is that the field is still so new, and still grow­ing and evolv­ing at such a rapid pace, that there real­ly isn’t much objec­tiv­i­ty to go by. That being said, there are some rock-sol­id tac­tics you can use to try and land that dream job in social media, and some gen­er­al guide­lines for what you can expect to be paid in such a posi­tion. Before we get into the tac­tics, let’s take a quick look at the pay scale. Part of the prob­lem with set­ting a salary range is that the size of the com­pa­ny plays a big part. Larg­er com­pa­nies tend to pay more, obvi­ous­ly. The oth­er prob­lem is that you may find list­ings for five dif­fer­ent titles, but each one has the exact same require­ments. Social media man­ag­er, social media coor­di­na­tor, social media strate­gist, and so on. There are no def­i­nite titles and descrip­tions estab­lished, so it’s a mat­ter of the com­pa­ny’s pref­er­ence…

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Tell everyone about the drugs man! Senior Social Media Manager for Pfizer in New York.

Social Media Manager for Pfizer in New York.

The Senior Social Media Man­ag­er will be work­ing out of Pfizer’s New York office. You will be a part of the US Dig­i­tal Accel­er­a­tion (USDA) team. The task is to enhance the dig­i­tal capa­bil­i­ties of their mar­keters so that they can bet­ter mar­ket prod­ucts using the tools, tech­nolo­gies, and plat­forms that their cus­tomers are increas­ing­ly lever­ag­ing to make health­care deci­sions. The USDA team’s work ranges from devel­op­ing, pilot­ing and scal­ing new capa­bil­i­ties and emerg­ing plat­forms to train­ing mar­keters to meet their imme­di­ate, strate­gic and oper­a­tional dig­i­tal needs. The Social Media Man­ag­er role on the USDA team will sup­port the cre­ation of dig­i­tal capa­bil­i­ties pri­mar­i­ly in social media. To do so, the Senior Man­ag­er will con­tribute to the devel­op­ment and exe­cu­tion of crit­i­cal brand pilots whose goal is to help cre­ate the process­es, poli­cies, edu­ca­tion, and rela­tion­ships nec­es­sary to exe­cute social pro­grams that meet both brand needs as well as legal and reg­u­la­to­ry require­ments. This social media man­ag­er will work close­ly with their brand mar­ket­ing part­ners to guide and devel­op the cre­ation and cura­tion of con­tent that aligns with evolv­ing online con­ver­sa­tions spe­cif­ic to brand dis­ease areas, and is tonal­ly appro­pri­ate to the spe­cif­ic chan­nels where online con­ver­sa­tion is occur­ring. In addi­tion, this…

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