Social Media Internship

internship - part time, unpaid

Snappening
Indianapolis, IN
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Posted 43 Days ago
Snappening
Indianapolis, IN
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 43 Days ago

Description

Do you have a passion for the web?

Do you think you have a handle on the latest hashtags trending on Twitter? Or the fastest growing changes on Facebook page management? Do you know the appropriate time and place to use LinkedIn? Do you understand how a brand successfully utilizes Pinterest?

Social media changes faster than you can say “download” and having a firm grasp of when, how and why to utilize various channels can be tricky.

This position will allow the intern to vastly expand their social media skills by creating and managing a sophisticated social media plan, tracking various metrics and developing a comprehensive report and summary.

The Social Media intern will be responsible for creating and managing social media content for sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest and will perform other similar learning-related activities.

The internship program can be adjusted to meet the intern’s schedule requirements.

Skills

social media, facebook, twitter, instagram, web content, pinterest, google+, linkedin, management, brand development, scheduling, social media marketing, hootsuite, social networking, marketing communications

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