Social Media Intern

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SavvyRoo is an online game to spark creativity and engagement on questions big and small. Create a game in under a minute. Play it in three. And instantly get the best ideas on any topic from any group.

We are a brand spanking new social media game platform and we're looking for an intern to design and launch a social media campaign to let the world know how much they crave and need this thing we've got that never even existed before today.

We have a small social presence from a legacy product that has been inactive for a while. So it's not starting from nothing. But it's pretty close.

Other potential responsibilities include having a blast playing our game, creating new games on our system, launching games into the social media interweb, bragging to your friends about how awesome your internship is.

We're located in Greenvale, NY but our virtual office accepts interns anywhere.

Come join our team. Come join our game. Don't take life too seriously.


Develop overarching strategy for social. What campaigns might we run? Timelines? Targets? Metrics?

Identify desirable influencers. Develop strategies to catch their attention. Use our game.

Become the world's best tweeterer.

Of course, there's more. But there's always more. That's enough for starters.


Required is some kind of track record. Please don't ask us what Twitter is. You've got to have done something with either your own social media or a previous internship/job.

Be ready and able to tell a story of your previous social media success. Or at least a story of a failure in which you learned great lessons. Seriously, we're into failure. Some people even think we're expert at it.

Beyond that, we require diligence, conscientiousness, enthusiasm, responsibility.

Our product is a game, and we don't take life too seriously. But we do expect all team members to work hard and follow through on their commitments.


Required - Communication, Analysis, Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Writing

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