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How many holes would you jump through to be a Social Media Manager for Dunkin Brands?

How many holes would you jump through to be a Social Media Manager for Dunkin Brands?

Dunkin’ Brands, Inc. is look­ing around Mass­a­chu­setts for a Social Media Man­ag­er to join the Dunkin’ Brands team! This includes Dunkin’ Donuts, the largest cof­fee and baked goods restau­rant in the world and Baskin-Rob­bins, the world’s largest hard serve ice cream fran­chise. Dunkin’ Brands, Inc. is a pre­mier quick ser­vice restau­rant fran­chisor with a lead­ing posi­tion in the cof­fee, bak­ery and ice cream seg­ments of the QSR cat­e­go­ry. With more than 16,000 points of dis­tri­b­u­tion in 54 coun­tries, and approx­i­mate­ly 150 years of com­bined his­to­ry, our brands are two of the most loved around the world. If you so choose to take this assign­ment you will man­age the devel­op­ment, deploy­ment, and day-to-day oper­a­tions for Dunkin’ Donuts Social Media mar­ket­ing pro­grams. Apply Here So who is the ide­al Social Media Man­ag­er for Dunkin Brands? You bet­ter be good at devel­op­ment, deploy­ment, and mea­sure­ment of nation­al com­mu­ni­ca­tions and pro­mo­tion­al pro­grams with­in Dunkin’s social media chan­nels, includ­ing Face­book, Twit­ter, and YouTube. You’ll be Lead­ing the devel­op­ment of key per­for­mance met­rics and set brand bench­marks for suc­cess: Con­sumer engage­ment with paid media, Fan acqui­si­tion with­in pri­ma­ry social media chan­nels. Man­age Dunkin’ Donuts agency part­ners that sup­port our social mar­ket­ing strate­gies, Mar­ket­ing plan for con­vert­ing…

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Social Media Manager – The New York Yankees

Social Media Manager – The New York Yankees

Yes, you have a chance to be the social media man­ag­er for the New York Yan­kees. If you’re a sport nut and a social media guru, you should be attack­ing this! Can you devel­op a com­pre­hen­sive Social Media plan to encom­pass the entire New York Yan­kees orga­ni­za­tion and brand through Twit­ter, Face­book, Insta­gram, Tum­blr, etc? The Social Media Man­ag­er is respon­si­ble for pro­vid­ing intel­li­gent and cre­ative mar­ket­ing to assist in the pro­gres­sion of the organization’s Social Media strat­e­gy. Wan­na play ball? Apply Here So who are the New York Yan­kees Look­ing for as a Social Media Man­ag­er? Can you be the ONE? Edu­cate and cul­ti­vate across all depart­ments that helps pro­vide con­tent and fan engage­ment. Proac­tive­ly mon­i­tor the club’s social media chan­nels for oppor­tu­ni­ties to engage cur­rent fans as well as poten­tial new fans. You’ll be respon­si­ble for cre­at­ing and man­ag­ing brand voice con­sis­tent with orga­ni­za­tion­al philoso­phies on new and exist­ing Social Media plat­forms. Research, devel­op and imple­ment new social media oppor­tu­ni­ties and strate­gies. Con­sult on mar­ket­ing plans, media plans, spon­sor­ship sales pro­pos­als and non-base­ball events. Mon­i­tor social media net­works; man­age the sched­ul­ing of posts and respond and com­mu­ni­cate with fans direct­ly. Ana­lyze social media medi­ums through mon­i­tor­ing tools and…

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Social Media Manager NY — Are you the social media advertising expert for TheLadders?

Social Media Manager NY - Are you the social media advertising expert for TheLadders?

The­Lad­ders is look­ing for a Social Media Man­ag­er in New York City who will lead the devel­op­ment of their vision and exe­cu­tion of social media acqui­si­tion strate­gies for key tar­get audi­ences. With over 6 mil­lion mem­bers, The­Lad­ders is the pre­mier mobile career net­work, com­mit­ted to find­ing the right per­son for the right job since 2003. The Social Media Man­ag­er will lever­age all social media sites, includ­ing LinkedIn, Twit­ter, and Face­book to dri­ve brand aware­ness and cus­tomer acqui­si­tion.  Are you ful­ly entrenched in the cur­rent social media land­scape and under­stand the fine line of man­ag­ing a pro­fes­sion­al, but effec­tive social media pres­ence? Have you cracked the code dri­ving prof­itable cus­tomer acqui­si­tions via social media? Do you enjoy mobile adver­tis­ing and app install mar­ket­ing? Can you ana­lyze metrics/data, seg­ment and report it in a log­i­cal fash­ion to stake­hold­ers? As the Social Media Man­ag­er, you’ll be respon­si­ble for over­see­ing their social media strat­e­gy (engage­ment and acqui­si­tion), bring­ing ideas to the table, and mak­ing things unique and fun! They are a dynam­ic, fast-paced, high-growth inter­net com­pa­ny that rewards mer­i­to­ri­ous per­for­mance. Apply Here   So what are the ide­al skills and abil­i­ties as the Social Media Man­ag­er for The­Lad­ders? Dri­ve brand aware­ness and cus­tomer acqui­si­tion with social media and mobile…

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Social Media Strategist – New York location for MMGY Global

Social Media Strategist – New York location for MMGY Global

MMGY Glob­al has a posi­tion avail­able for Social Media Strate­gist in their New York office. Work­ing direct­ly with the client and social media man­agers, this per­son will devel­op strate­gic social media mar­ket­ing plans, man­age social media adver­tis­ing and assist in exe­cut­ing social media cam­paigns. This includes tak­ing a social media project from con­cept through com­ple­tion, on sched­ule, on bud­get and meet­ing or exceed­ing the expec­ta­tions of the client. MMGY clients include high-end lux­u­ry resorts, hotels, casi­nos and tourism des­ti­na­tions. The Social Media Strate­gist will also be respon­si­ble for propos­ing social media ini­tia­tives, pitch­ing social media oppor­tu­ni­ties and act­ing as point of con­tact for clients. Can­di­dates should be sea­soned pre­sen­ters, who know how to “own” a room. Apply Here So who is the ide­al can­di­date for the Social Media Strate­gist at MMGY? This is what you’ll be doing most of the time. Work­ing with project team and client(s) to deter­mine and com­mu­ni­cate social media strate­gies, infor­ma­tion archi­tec­ture and appli­ca­tion design. Par­tic­i­pat­ing to cre­ate detailed, accu­rate pro­pos­als, project descrip­tions, sched­ules and esti­mates. Under­stand and fol­low the estab­lished project devel­op­ment process. Adver­tis­ing on Face­book, Twit­ter, etc. Get­ting to know the clien­t’s busi­ness issues as well as the clien­t’s indi­vid­ual needs and devel­ops solu­tions…

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NY’s Greats: the Warby Parker of men’s sneakers?

New York’s Greats is on course to become the War­by Park­er of mens footwear after break­ing $100,000 in sales in June. You don’t need to be a sea­soned ecom­merce ana­lyst to appre­ci­ate that an ecom­merce start­up that launched less than a year ago is going places when it hits sales like this so soon. It’s also on course for a run rate of $1.6 mil­lion by the end of the year. Social media savvy ecom­merce You might, though, need to con­sult your inner ecom­merce ana­lyst to under­stand its appeal. Con­ceived by footwear indus­try vet­er­ans Ryan Baben­zien and Jon Busce­mi, the com­pa­ny launched in August 2013 with the aim of deliv­er­ing high qual­i­ty men’s sneak­ers (it’s the first footwear com­pa­ny to be “Born in Brook­lyn,” accord­ing to its web­site). With 20 years of expe­ri­ence in the indus­try behind them, Baben­zien and Busce­mi fig­ured they could not only do that, but do it with a bar­gain price tag, too. If your inner ecom­merce ana­lyst is won­der­ing how much the start­up has spent on mar­ket­ing so far, the answer is sur­pris­ing: zilch. Its co-founders have been social media-savvy from the out­set, active­ly post­ing “man-cen­tric” imagery on Insta­gram (only 20 per­cent of which con­sist…

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