Social Media Marketing Internship

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Riseio, LLC
 Virtual
Posted: January 15 2015
Company Location: San Francisco, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

We are a boutique office located in San Francisco, CA and we develop smart home solutions for luxury multi-family properties as well as for the hospitality industry.

We are small yet quickly growing company. We are looking for social media enthusiasts to help us increase the presence on platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. You can do it from anywhere in the world, as long as you do it well. If you want to obtain academic credit for it - we’ll make it happen!

We will provide all the important information about the industry and ourselves but we won’t micro-manage you. Our social media presence is very minimal at this point, so feel free to experiment.

We will set goals prior to start of the internship program. Given you reach or over perform them, we will issue a monetary reward - either in the form of cash or gift card.

Responsibilities

-Maintain Riseio’s social media accounts
-Research and regularly post relevant industry information
-Maintain relationships with the press and pitch story ideas
-Carefully monitor and report upon competitors’ online activity

Requirements

You need to be creative, responsible, willing to learn and adopt fast as well as set goals and follow timelines. Basic knowledge of SMM/SMO is important. Demonstrated success in a previous position is also vital – please provide links to social media accounts that you have been involved with.

Skills

Required - Corporate Social Media, Twitter, Facebook Marketing, LinkedIn, Instagram, Online Marketing
Preferred - Content Creation, Property Management Systems

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