Social Media Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Social Media Manager?

May 2015
"Pros and Cons of being a Social Media Manager."
Social Media Manager:
Pros: I get to engage with people online in social media, blog about news in the urban communities, and I get to be creative and have a creative voice.
Cons: Social media can get over-exhausting sometimes, being on social media all the time can wear me out depending on the hours I spend on it. There are times where I just need a break from it.
May 2015
Social Media Manager:
Pros: Fun, creativity, creating, being insane.
Cons: People, barriers, no bonus, stuck in 2009.
June 2015
"Gain as much experience as possible, before you start."
Social Media Manager:
Learn everything you can about social media. If you aren't coordinating that role yet, find ways to support your organization's efforts, or reach out to a local non-profit organization to see if you can help coordinate some of their social media elements. Be up-to-date on traditional media as well, since the two are very closely tied together.
July 2015
"Corporate culture, work flexibility, creative process."
Social Media Manager:
Pros: Leadership opportunities, creative opportunities, scale, possibility, customer service, social evolution, marketing strategy, flexible schedule, client communication.
Cons: Stress, unrealistic expectations with managing too many clients at once,
December 2015
"Great job with growing prospects."
Social Media Manager:
Pros: The flexibility and the rewards.
Cons: Working late.
January 2016
"Social Media Job review."
Social Media Manager:
Pros: Researching; Gaining popularity for company; Gaining public, awareness, office conditions.
Cons: The management; stress level; the ego; culture; pay.
February 2016
"Working as a social media manager."
Social Media Manager:
Pros: Creative ability to apply my degree to campaign structure.
Cons: Monotonous tasks sometimes. It can be daunting to repeat the same steps daily.
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