In January 2013, It Is Vapor 5 came to us as they were opening their doors to a new Vapor shop in Hayward, California. They needed the website to announce to the world they were here, open, bring in new customers and to explain their products to new prospective shoppers. Continue reading
Social Media Marketing Manager
Job Title: Social Media Marketing Manager (full time, in-house).
About the company: KO Websites, through our sister brand SEOpro.pro, provides full service inbound, online digital marketing services. Established in 1999. Currently in a quick growth phase. Please see www.seopro.PRO for product details.
Duties include: Coach and oversee small team of experienced Social Media Marketing Specialists. Clearly understand your clients’ products, needs and maintain customer relations. Produce monthly activity and result reports for clients. Communicate with clients. Share accountability for company (both your clients and our company) success.
How to get this job:
- OUTSTANDING organizational skills.
- Strong customer service and oral and written communication skills.
- Expert knowledge of the top social media sites. Professional social account management experience preferred.
- Able to cope with and meet deadlines and a little stress.
Why you want this job:
- Outstanding company reputation and client satisfaction.
- Opportunity for growth
- Competitive pay based on experience.
- Paid holidays, vacation and Medical benefits.
- Great location, near BART, stores and food.
- Flexible work hours.
How to apply?
Send resume. samples and references to ken@ ko-websites.com or here
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Why Social Media Matters for Businesses
If you own a small business, you understand why it feels like there are never enough hours in the day. Let’s consider how you divide those precious hours for your business. How much time are you (or an employee) spending on Marketing, Advertising and Social Media? Six or seven years ago, “Social Media Marketing” didn’t exist. Here we are, in late 2013, and an astounding 86% of marketers say that social media is important to their business. Over 60% of them say that social media generates leads, from just 6 hours a week on the “Big Three” (Facebook, Twitter and Google+). Continue reading