Social Media Jobs - Here to Stay

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Social Media Jobs - On There Way

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There is currently a high demand for social media professionals, is this a trend or sign of things to come?


Posted by in Tech / News on 8/06/08
Debate Leaders
  1. Carlo (1 votes)
  1. mediaphyter (1 votes)

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Side A Comment

Ripi - 3/24/09 @ 2:56 PM:
Unfortunately it is here and it will stay. I don'tbelieve in allowing myself to be followed. What ever happened to privacy, and not air-ing your dirty (or not) laundry in public ?

Side A Comment

SlashBe - 8/27/08 @ 10:14 PM:
what the hell is social media anyways?

Side A Comment

mediaphyter - 8/17/08 @ 11:48 PM:
It will thin out. I think it's already starting, actually. There are a lot of social media consultants who do not have the right perspective; they urge their clients to use tools rather than urging them to grow their communications into social media in an organic way. Those folks are already hurting. The ones who truly "get it" are here to stay.

Side B Comment

Carlo - 8/14/08 @ 4:10 AM:
sorry dennis, you're going to be unemployed

Side A Comment

Dennis Plucinik - 8/7/08 @ 1:16 PM:
Social Media is only going to get hotter. It's really still in it's infancy but companies are really starting to pull it all together.

Internet TV isn't even here - wait until Google can serve targeted commercials on your TV - bye bye Network television.

Side A Comment

The Boss - 8/6/08 @ 6:12 PM:
In case your wondering, I got the idea for this rivalry after reading a very interesting post on mashable. You can find it here:
The Boss - 8/6/08 @ 6:15 PM: Ally | Side A
I personally don't feel like it is a trend. With gas prices on the rise with no signs of relief more people will be relying on computers and more specifically online networking. That may be comparing apples to oranges but the demand for these types of jobs will likely stay steady or increase. Companies and small businesses will have to focus more attention to online marketing.
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