A Good Place To Look On A Friday – Marketing Pilgrim’s JOB Board

fridayIf you are looking for a new job as this week comes to an end then you should check out the Marketing Pilgrim Internet Marketing Job Board.

If you are looking for that perfect hire you would be hard pressed to find a better audience than ours for just $27 / per month per listing as well.


**UPDATED as of March 21, 2013** Here is a quick sampling of some of the jobs listed currently.

Social Media and Web Marketing Specialist – Sisters of Mercy of the Americas – Silver Spring, MD

Vice President of Digital Marketing – FirstPro – Atlanta, GA

Director of Marketing – MarketShare – Los Angles, CA

Marketing Manager – CarbonCure Technologies Inc – Halifax, NS, Canada


Check out our full listings on our Internet marketing job board or find that next great hire

Want Your Facebook Post to Go Viral? Give It Three Hours

Creating content with the idea of ‘going viral’ is every marketer’s dream but you have to throw a lot of ‘you know what’ against the wall before something sticks.

According to All Facebook, a Facebook analytics company called Optimal has done research that says if your post on the social network hasn’t taken off in 3 hours then it probably won’t at all.

Here is a chart showing the results


The All Facebook post goes on

According to proprietary analysis by Optimal, 75 percent of post-level engagement for Facebook pages occurs within the first three hours after the content is posted, with 50 percent occurring during the first hour. Optimal added:

YouTube Celebrates One Billion Monthly Users

youtube smartphoneYouTube now has more than a billion unique users every single month.

I’ll let you have a moment so you can digest that nugget of news.

Need more? YouTube has more:

  • Nearly one out of every two people on the Internet visits YouTube.
  • Our monthly viewership is the equivalent of roughly ten Super Bowl audiences.
  • If YouTube were a country, we’d be the third largest in the world after China and India.
  • PSY and Madonna would have to repeat their Madison Square Garden performance in front of a packed house 200,000 more times. That’s a lot of Gangnam Style!

Incredible, isn’t it? That something as simple as a website for silly videos could turn into such a massive powerhouse?

Deloitte’s State of the Media Democracy Tracks the Illusive Digital Omnivore

sheldon cooperSsh. . . don’t disturb the digital omnivores. You can get a little closer if you’re quiet. Generally, they’re too engrossed in their media device to notice you, but if they sense you’re reading over their shoulder. . . look out. . .it could get ugly.

The new Deloitte State of the Media Democracy survey says that there’s been a dramatic rise in the digital omnivore population. 26% of consumers have morphed into one of these creatures because they own a laptop, a smartphone and a tablet.

Here’s an amazing fact. Tablet ownership is up 177% over last year. How crazy is that?

Digital omnivores are passionate creatures.

93% said that Internet access is the most valued household subscription. (Take that Sunday newspaper.) More than half said they’d pay extra in order to get a little more speed on the information superhighway.

SES New York City Is Just Around the Corner!

ses_ny13_300x250_meetexperts_staticAre you going to be in New York City next week for SES?

If you are already attending great. It promises to be another information packed event that will provide Internet industry practitioners of all skill levels the chance to improve their craft, network with industry peers and spend a few days in arguably the greatest city in the world.

If you haven’t registered yet there is still time. REGISTER TODAY!

SES is the current sponsor of the Marketing Pilgrim Events channel and we are thrilled to have them aboard. If you can’t make the NYC event here are your other options for the rest of 2013.

  • SES Shanghai May 29-30, 2013
  • SES Toronto June 12-14, 2013
  • SES San Francisco Sept. 10-13, 2013
  • SES Hong Kong Sept. 2013
  • SES Berlin October 2013
  • SES Chicago Nov. 4-7, 2013
  • SES Singapore November 2013
  • SES New Delhi December 2013

#Congratulations! Twitter Turns 7

It’s enough to make one one pause, take a deep breath and wonder where the time is going so quickly.

Today, Twitter turns 7. What will it look like in 7 more years? Let’s first take a look at the initial seven from Twitter’s point of view.

So what will the next seven years of Twitter look like? Dare to take a guess in the comments?

Google Keeps Its Productivity Focus with Google Keep

Google Keep Logo 2Google is not resting on its search laurels anymore and with the introduction of Google Keep now people might understand even more how Google is about productivity more than it is about anything else.

As described in the Google blog the Keep service is

Every day we all see, hear or think of things we need to remember. Usually we grab a pad of sticky-notes, scribble a reminder and put it on the desk, the fridge or the relevant page of a magazine. Unfortunately, if you’re like me you probably often discover that the desk, fridge or magazine wasn’t such a clever place to leave the note after all…it’s rarely where you need it when you need it.

To solve this problem we’ve created Google Keep. With Keep you can quickly jot ideas down when you think of them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you. Your notes are safely stored in Google Drive and synced to all your devices so you can always have them at hand.

As is Google’s way, here is their video introduction of the service.