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Social Media Jobs For All UK Job Seekers
When it comes to trends and inventions that have changed the way we communicate over the past decade, social media has to be top of the list. From the original Friends Reunited from the late 1990s to the most recent networks of Google+, Branch and Pinterest, the face of social media has changed dramatically as new platforms have fallen in and out of favour but one key element remains the same - they all focus on communication and the finding and sharing of content. Rather than picking up the phone or writing a letter, social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are now the first port of call for a large proportion of the world because they're quick and easy to use - oh yeah, and they're free too! From sharing your recent holiday snaps with friends to chatting with key names in your industry, social media means it's now easier than ever to keep in touch with friends, family and associates and has, for all intents and purposes, made the world a much smaller place.
The great thing about social media is that there's a network for everyone. From the newly redesigned MySpace which places a huge emphasis on music and discovering new artists to the image-dominated Pinterest, there are social media platforms for users of all ages and interests from all over the world. Want to hear the latest news before anyone else? Head to Twitter. Want to find out what your friends are up to? Facebook can help. Want the latest industry news? It has to be LinkedIn. Want to discover great articles within your niche? Google+ it is. And with new platforms and networks being developed all the time, there's no chance of getting bored - after all, if you don't want to be on a network anymore, you can just delete your account and profile - in the words of our meerkat friends - simples!
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Alongside personal communication, social media has also changed the way businesses and organisations communicate with their customers and target audience. Forget letters or phone calls - these days if customers want a query answered they'll tweet the company directly or post on their Facebook page. Of course, while this is great for customers, it's meant the communication channels between company and customer have been opened up, made visible for all to see so great customer service and communication is now more important than ever. While social media employees were once a luxury, they're now essential for any brand or company that values their customer base and wants to manage public brand perception. This has meant that in recent years, the number of jobs in social media has increased dramatically as employers have opted to take on talented social media managers and executives to manage their main Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Think social media manager jobs just consist of sending out a few tweets every now and again and answering customer questions on Facebook? Think again! Social media marketing jobs are actually pretty complicated - and thanks to the fast-paced, evolving nature of the industry, they're changing everyday. Alongside standard day-to-day social media management, social media marketers are also required to devise compelling strategies for each individual platform that will give a good ROI and create engaging content that people will find interesting and will want to talk about. It's all about managing brand perception online and creating and curating the best online content - no easy feat! Think you've got what it takes to have a successful social networking career? Bubble can help!
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Whether you're looking for social media jobs in London or social media vacancies in Manchester, here at Bubble we're here to help - and we thought we'd start off by giving you a few pointers! Firstly we should point out that getting a social media marketing position can be tough - in fact social media jobs are some of the most sought-after in the digital industry so you're going to need to be seriously committed to be successful. First up, employers want experience, experience, experience - and not just with your own accounts! They want to see you've got experience representing a brand online and dealing with customers in a live environment so try to get as much as you can! Anything else? Big brands also want to see that you can strategise and help to drive traffic to their website via social channels - again, experience is key! Lastly, they need someone that has a good grasp of English and can write concise, compelling copy that encourages users to click through so brushing up on your writing skills is also a must!
Alongside dishing out great social media CV advice and interview tips on our blog, here at Bubble you can also find the best new social media manager positions from all over the UK from the biggest brands and specialist recruiters. Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Cambridge, Dublin, Cardiff - you name it, if there's a social media vacancy out there, you can find it at Bubble. We've even created our very own Job Alerts tool too so you need never miss out on a social networking job again - get us!
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