This week, Architizer is hiring a social media coordinator, and Night Agency needs a social media manager. Meanwhile, RF|Binder is seeking a digital strategist, and AL DÍA News Media is on the hunt for an events manager. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
Archives: May 2014
The hackers approached their targets through “friends of friends” on Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Bitly CEO Mark Josephson believes the rapidly-growing company is in a great position to provide detailed analytics data for brands.
“[Gawker’s] 60-plus pages of excuses are in stark contrast to [its] editorial condemnation of other companies who use unpaid interns.”
The Chicago-based startup will be working with Facebook to provide educational tools on Facebook ads, regulations for advertisements, Fan Pages and more.
EU citizens can fill out a form to request that Google remove “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” links.
A wedding photo of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West kissing on Instagram set a record for most likes on the photo-sharing site. Washington Redskins Twitter campaign #RedskinsPride backfires. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Job moves from around the Web today:
Chris Fry, Twitter’s SVP of engineering, steps down. He’ll move into an advisory role. Alex Roetter, VP of engineering, steps up to take Fry’s place. [TechCrunch]
Evan Cohen, chief operating officer, and Holger Luedorf, head of business development, are leaving Foursquare. Like Fry, Cohen will remain at the company in an advisory role.
Matrix Partners’ entrepreneur-in-residence Jeffrey Glueck is expected to replace him. Mike Harkey, who is on the biz dev team, will step into Luedorf’s role. [Recode]
Speaking of Recode, editor Mike Isaac will be leaving the tech site and joining The New York Times. [Poynter]
Steve Jobs was once said to have a “reality distortion field.” So does Jimmy Iovine, who just sold his company to Apple.
Social media users are becoming more savvy about online privacy, which could threaten the major players in the industry.