People on the Move in the Social Media Industry: March 6, 2008

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This series of posts tagged On The Move (see archives) is to recognize and congratulate folks who get promoted, move, or accept new exciting positions in the social media industry.

Congrats to those on the Move in the Social Media Industry:

  • Kris Smith is now at BlogTalkRaio as the VP of Product Development, you can read his announcement post
  • Eric Weaver is now the VP/Managing Director for Edelman Digital, heading up the digital and social marketing work in Seattle and Portland offices, and recently left Brand Dialogue, his own marketing consultancy. He announces from his blog
  • Joel Burslem, Social Media Manager at Inman News and founder of the Future of Real Estate Marketing blog was promoted to Director of Marketing, congrats
  • Peter Fasano joins the Reprise Media team leading the growing SF office as Group Account Director and contributing to the Social Media Marketing team. He also says that he is hiring account folks at all levels.
  • Sheryl Sandberg leaves Google to be COO of Facebook. I don’t think she has a blog, nor is on twitter, but she does have a Facebook profile (that lists she’s still at Google)

  • How to Connect with others:

    Submit an annoucement
    If you know folks that are moving up in the social media industry, leave a comment below, or if you’re feeling shy (it’s cool to self-nominate) send me an email.

    Seeking Social Media Professionals?
    If you’re seeking to connect with community advocates and community managers there are few resources

  • Also see my Web Strategy Jobs powered by Job o Matic
  • See my community manager group in Facebook
  • Check out Jake McKee’s community portal for jobs
  • See Chris Heuer’s Social Media Jobs
  • SimplyHired aggregates job listings, as does Indeed
  • Hiring? Leave a comment
    If you’re seeking candidates in the social media industry, many of them are within arms reach, feel free to leave a link to a job description (but not the whole job description, or I’ll delete it.