Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess


It’s a Digital job, but somebody’s got to do it!
January 12, 2009, 2:52 pm
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Waggener Edstrom Studio DThe world’s gone cuckoo for social media and all things digital and online! Seems like the newest, coolest job to have is “Social Media Strategist”. Some people say that this is a fad (check David Evans’ comment), whereas others say it’s here to stay.

Waggener Edstrom is of the team that believes it’s here to stay, and because of that, we are hiring a VP for Digital Strategies. I personally think this would be one of the neatest jobs to have, because basically you’re providing social media strategy consulting to lots of different companies. If you’ve got at least 10 years of experience in a combination of public relations, social media strategy, SEO/SEM, web design, digital storytelling, and marketing/advertising, then this is the position for you!

Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • Someone who is well-known and respected in the realm of online media – a person who, going into a client meeting, would be recognized for their contributions to the social media community.
  • Someone who doesn’t just talk the talk, they also walk the walk – a person who can not only philosophize about social media strategy, but who has also successfully executed these strategies.
  • Someone with an entrepreneurial and consultative approach – a person who can bring to the table new business as well as sell and close, in addition to being able to provide fresh, creative new ideas to clients.
  • Someone with an interest in the Pacific NW – this position will sit in Seattle. We are willing to relocate you, if that is your situation.

If this intrigues you, please email me for more info, and make sure to check out our Careers with Waggener Edstrom Facebook page and become a fan!

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Nice informative blog.full of knowledge & useful.success of Digital Marketing is guided
through Vision and smart communication engineering, like a business
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