• Infographic: The Top Salaries in Content Marketing

    … and creative careers. Content strategists, seventh on the list, are expected to earn between $81,000 and $115,000—a 5.4 percent increase from 2016. Content development and management roles are set to see a 4 percent pay bump, following interactive design and production roles, which will jump by 5.3 percent. There’s more to these salaries than just…

    Amanda Walgrove/ The Content Strategistin Content- 49 readers -
  • Facebook Testing Jobs Tab on Pages

    … Does Facebook have LinkedIn in its crosshairs? A new Jobs tab showed up on TechCrunch’s Facebook page, and the social network confirmed to Josh Constine of TechCrunch that it was part of a test, saying: Based on behavior we’ve seen on Facebook, where many small businesses post about their job openings on their pages, we’re running a test…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 15 readers -
  • LinkedIn Salary Helps Users Maximize Their Earning Potential

    … Are you earning what you should be earning? A new offering from LinkedIn is aimed at helping you find out. LinkedIn Wednesday announced the launch of LinkedIn Salary, which includes information on salaries, bonuses and equity data for specific job titles, as well as factors that impact those salaries, including experience, industry, company…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 17 readers -
  • The NFL Draft and the $16 Million Tweet?

    … 3,148 times and liked 2,488 times. The @KingTunsil78 account was deleted at 8:26 p.m., and the Dolphins selected Tunsil at 9:43 p.m. According to SocialFlow, there were more than 800,000 Twitter mentions of Tunsil Thursday night. SocialFlow also shared projections from NFL experts about the salaries earned by draft picks: No. 1: $28.65 million over four years. No. 6: $21.02 million over four years. No. 13: $12.76 million over four years. Readers: What are your thoughts on Tunsil’s slide down the NFL Draft? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 11 readers -
  • Study: Marketers’ Roles Are Changing. What They Need To Succeed

    …-paced world of digital marketing, 64 percent of marketers surveyed expected their role to change in the next year, according to the "Digital Roadblock" report by Adobe. And while 40 percent said they wanted to reinvent their role as a marketer, only 14 percent felt they knew how. It's not just the pace of change that alters the roles of marketers…

    Jim Yu/ Marketing Land- 11 readers -
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