#MediTalksLive: Social Media: An In-Demand, Flexible #Career #SocialMedia
is such a key piece of #marketing
because it is literally where brands & organizations can interact directly with their clients & consumers on a daily basis. Naturally, many #employers
want their employees to have an understanding of the basics of social media and how to effectively further the company's #branding
strategy. Plus, you can even use social media to #marketyourself
to potential employers during the #jobsearch
. But don't take it from me - hear it straight from the guru's mouth, Ms +Deltina Hay
In this episode of #Meditalks
, Deltina & I will discuss:
- What Exactly Social Media Is
- What Companies Are Looking for
- How to Brand Yourself During Your Job Search
- Social Media Marketing Job Prospects & Benefits #Jobsearchtips #DigitalMarketing #careertraining Learn more about +Deltina Hay :
Deltina Hay is the author of The Social Media Survival Guide, The Bootstrapper's Guide to the Mobile Web
, and The Bootstrapper's Guide to the New Search Optimization
. She is a veteran Web developer, publisher, and a pioneer of social media and Web 2.0, especially as it applies to small business and the publishing industry.
Ms. Hay developed the graduate, social media certificate program for Drury University. Her first book, The Social Media Survival Guide, is used as a text in countless colleges and universities, worldwide.
Founder of Social Media Power and Plumb Web Solutions, Ms. Hay is a regular contributor to many journals and online news sources, including Six Revisions, Technorati, and SocialMedia.biz. She is a board member of the International Marketing Standards Board and the Board Chair of the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Ms. Hay has been programming or developing for the Web for over 30 years. Her graduate education includes computer science, applied mathematics, numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, nonlinear dynamics, and psychology.
Ms. Hay is a lifetime learner who loves to share her diverse knowledge. Find her @deltina.