Social Media Marketing Manager.

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We are currently seeking to hire a social media marketing manager to become the agency’s primary advisor on all social media channels, including social networks, content sharing sites, blogs, micro-blogs, and wikis. The social media marketing manager must demonstrate extensive social media experience and actively participate in a wide variety of social media activities such as blogging, community development, and management, social bookmarking, commenting, etc. This person should be well-connected with the broader social media landscape. The ideal candidate must be able to think strategically, but be willing and able to roll up his/her sleeves to help implement social media programs for agency clients.

It’s also important for the social media marketing manager to be a storyteller, a tribe-builder, someone who knows how to connect with people in a real and genuine way and help them to be part of something big. Being able to change hats to be the agency’s social media data, numbers, and analytics expert is also key/

The social media marketing manager recommends social media channels appropriate for client marketing and guides clients in adopting social media strategies. S/he coaches clients, and agency staff, in how to participate in the social media conversation to help grow customer-brand relationships

The social media marketing manager also advises on, manages, and monitors the agency’s social media initiatives and participation, and works to grow agency staff participation in and understanding of social media as an agency self-promotion and engagement tool.

The social media marketing manager should have experience in as many of the following areas as possible:

  • Not required to report to a traditional office location.
  • Flexibility to work from home, local co-working space, or anywhere as long as there is a strong internet connection in that location.
  • Travel (when it's safe to do so) is rarely required.
  • When travel is needed, it's limited to annual agency retreats, client meetings, or special visits to the Orlando office.

The vice president of client services or vice president of operations.

  • Able and willing to work in a remote environment such as a home or local co-working space without traditional in-person supervision.
  • Experience working remotely is preferred.
  • A "stable location" with a fast and reliable internet connection, especially for when we have calls and virtual meetings.
  • A smartphone with email capabilities.
  • An in-house office setup in a designated, professional, and quiet space.
  • A powerful enough computer (Mac preferred) to handle multitasking and the various demands of the job.
  • A good webcam.
  • A great manager of time.
  • Must have prior experience working at an advertising agency or a marketing firm. 
  • Experience working at smaller agencies (50 persons or under) is a plus.
  • Detail-oriented and able to prepare professional remotes.
  • Able to manage medium to large budgets.
  • A great multitasker.
  • Articulate and comfortable with public speaking.
  • Able to pitch and present to the agency president just as comfortably to a client.
  • Must have a strong understanding of using research tools and be current with technological trends and how they are leveraged in society.
Are you interested in our agency culture?
We're quite proud of the work environment we've created and are committed to preserving.

Pick a quiet area or room away from distractions — yes, that includes the TV. Ideally, if space permits, a separate room with a door of its own can help create a clear delineation between “work” and “home”. Of course this is not always possible as space constraints are common.

Download speeds are typically what’s advertised by ISPs in their internet packages, and it’s usually what speed tests online will measure. Its speed determines how quickly a device can access the internet and load remote content.

Some examples of actions that use download speeds are:

  • Checking email.
  • Searching Google.
  • Watching videos online.
  • Streaming music.
  • Receiving messages.

Upload speeds for home internet are often about 1/10th of the speed of your download speed. These are what allow a device to upload data onto the internet.

Examples of actions that are affected by upload speeds are:

  • Sending emails.
  • Sending messages (Slack, Skype, etc.)
  • Uploading files to the internet (photos, videos, etc.)
  • Video conferencing.
  • Posting to social media.

Up to 25 Mbps recommended for:

  • 1-2 devices connected to the internet.
  • Surfing the web.
  • Email.
  • Social networking.
  • Moderate video use.



50 – 100 Mbps recommended for:

  • 3-5 devices connected to the internet.
  • Surfing the web.
  • Email.
  • Social networking.
  • Online multiplayer gaming.
  • 4K video streaming



150 – 200 Mbps recommended for:

  • 5 or more devices.
  • Surfing the web.
  • Email.
  • Social networking.
  • Online multiplayer gaming.
  • 4K video streaming.
  • Sharing large files.
  • Live streaming video.



Download speeds of 100 Mbps should keep most families productive at home.

If you’ve got a smart home system and a family that loves to spend most of their time online, whether they’re working or not, then 200 Mbps is probably a good internet speed for you.

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