It’s not often we post jobs on here, but this one deserved a mention. Twitter are looking to hire a ‘social media manager’ to manage their online presence and profiles, which includes taking charge of company’s official Twitter account.
So, if you live in San Francisco, love Twitter and want to tweet for the company itself, why not apply?
Power user of Twitter with active knowledge of Twitter tools and services
Minimum of 3-5 years corporate or agency social-media-specific experience
Demonstrated ability to manage accounts on behalf of an entity
Short-order writing and editing skills
Demonstrated command of brand and voice
Demonstrated skill at communicating simply, warmly, and clearly
Twitter is the second most popular social network in the world, which means people are tweeting every second of every day. That’s just an insane amount of tweets, uncountable, unless you use TweetPing.
Ashton Kutcher’s role as Steve Jobs has been controversial, but in the eyes of most people, there’s no denying the fact that they look very similar. An image tweeted by Ashton himself has further confirmed this, proving that the two look almost identical.
I’m a huge fan of Twitter. I probably use it more than any other social network because the 140-character limit on updates mean people have to be short and snappy. However the design of Twitter lacks imagination, opting for a simple list format. It’s a design scheme which fits the purpose fine, but it’s boring, and could be changed to look like this concept.
Earlier today we reported on Twitter CEO Dick Costolo’s tweet, which included a 6 second ‘vine’ video embedded into it. This morning we were unaware that Twitter actually planned to roll the product out today, which is exactly what the company has done in the form of an iPhone application.
In October of last year, Twitter bought out ‘Vine’, a video clip company that hadn’t even launched at the time of the buyout. Since then, it’s remained unclear as to what Twitter actually had planned for the company, however a recent tweet by the social network’s CEO has revealed exactly that.