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Why most social media managers are idiots

Why most social media managers are idiots David Zaleski

In this week's episode of Social Media Minute, we look at what it takes to become a social media manager. It turns out, some brands aren't exactly hiring the cream of the crop.

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David Zaleski is the Media Production Supervisor for iMedia Communications, Inc. and Comexposium USA. He graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a BA in Film & Television Production, specializing in editing, animation, and...

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Commenter: Martin Samson

2013, November 25

I've watched a few the Social Media Minute videos, and I have to wonder if the host has a very good grasp of the marketing industry. I also wonder if he has any respect for the iMedia audience (the people working in the industry he's bashing). I understand using "shock" headlines to get attention. But on a site billed as a source for thought leadership, I don't get the constant negativity and sarcasm.