Social Marketing Titles

I was doing some research and noted that there is a wide range of titles people and companies are using related to social media marketing:

  • Social Media Gurus
  • Viral Marketing Gurus
  • Internet Marketing Gurus
  • New Media Marketing Gurus
  • Digital Marketing Gurus
  • Social Media Stars
  • Social Media Marketers
  • Social Media Consultants
  • Social Media Experts
  • Social Media Strategists
  • Social Media Agencies
  • Social Media Companies
  • Social Media Marketing Specialists
  • Internet Marketing Specialists
  • internet Marketing Agencies
  • Digital Marketing Agencies
  • Digital Marketing Strategists
  • Social Media Researchers
  • Social Media Product Managers
  • Community Managers
  • Social Computing Strategists
  • Social Media Strategist
  • New Media Program Management
  • Digital and Multimedia Communications
  • Community and Social Media Operations
  • Online Communications
  • Advanced Marketing Systems
  • Online Marketing Strategist
  • Collaboration, Intranet, Communication and Innovation
  • Consultant for Social Media
  • Web Experience
  • eMarketing Manager
  • Public Relations and Social Media Manager
  • Emerging Marketing Channels
  • Content and Community
  • Social Technology
  • New Media Marketing and Web Strategy
  • Web Marketing
  • Interactive Media Manager
  • Inbound E-mail Operations and Blog Outreach
  • Product Engagement and Community Development
  • Digital Product Strategy
  • Digital Strategies
  • Community Marketing Manager
  • Emerging Channels Specialist
  • Community and Blog Strategist
  • Community Evangelist
  • Social Media Producer
  • Media Relations and Blogger in Chief
  • Community Manager and Content Strategist
  • Community Manager and Editor-in-Chief
  • Blogger Outreach
  • Online Community Manager
  • Blog Editor
  • Chief Blogger
  • Online Community Moderator

Some trends on job titles with “Social Media”:

Need more ideas for social media job titles – check this site out: Social Media Job Title generator

Anyone seen any other titles?

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Ottawa-Gatineau #9 in Small Business Growth

Ottawa-Gatineau is #9 in small business growth among Canadian CMA’s (Census Metropolitan Areas):

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Some Interesting Statistics

  • Small businesses employed roughly five million people in 2008, comprising nearly half of the private-sector labour force.
  • Between 1998 and 2008, small businesses created more than one-third of all new private sector jobs. In 2008, they created roughly 70,000 jobs, almost 70% of the Canadian total.
  • About 25% of small businesses operate in the goods-producing sector and the remaining 75% are in service industries.
  • 64% of businesses in Canada have 6 or less employees:

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  • Small businesses are highly represented in the following industries:
    • Construction
    • Non-institutional health care
    • Professional services
    • Retail
    • Accommodation & food services
    • Truck transportation
    • Forestry

ref:  Canada’s Small Business Juggernaut, BMO, October 2009

The Entrepreneurial Effect

I am involved in a new book that is now out.    Members of the local Ottawa tech community have gotten together to produce a new book called “the Entrepreneurial Effect” with the foreword by Terry Matthews. It is a collection of practical lessons learned.

The book is meant to be a knowledge source for those decisions we face as we start and grow our companies, for example, the real story behind risk and investment, how to pick resellers, selling in China, and the only reasons to consider M&As.

It is also worth noting that all the authors have donated their knowledge.

All proceeds of the book will go to support student technology entrepreneurship!

Get implementable advice and support a great cause.

Check it out at: www.entrepreneurialeffect.com

Stay tuned for information on the book launch date which will be on an upcoming evening.   It will be an evening worth going to.

Nortel Folk – Take a Look at Lead to Win!

If you are currently working in Nortel, Mitel or any of the other local tech companies that are under stress and under the threat of downsizing, then you are probably thinking about your “Plan B”.     If your “Plan B” involves launching your own business, then you should take a close look at the Lead to Win program.

Past successful Nortel alumnus who have participanted in Lead to Win have included: Chuck Colford (Trigence (aka AppZero), Congruance IT), David Vicary (Nakina, Weyes Eyes), Jerry Everett (onconference), Brian Hurley (Liquid Computing, Purple Forge), and many others.

Lead to Win is now accepting applications for it’s 4th session which will occur later this year (Lead to Win is currently nailing down the exact date and will announce it soon).

The program is focused on helping enterpreneurs develop and grow their businesses.

The program is free to qualified participants.

Program details, application process, testimonials, FAQ’s, training materials, etc are available online at http://www.leadtowin.ca.

If you know others who might be interested in the program, please send them to http://www.leadtowin.ca!

Lead to Win Reception

Lead to Win held a reception on Monday evening for participants and supporters.   Special guests included the Mayor of Gatineau and the acting Mayor of Ottawa.  Both expressed their support for the Lead to Win program and new businesses the participants are hoping to launch.

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Mayor of Gatineau, Marc Bureau

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Acting Mayor of Ottawa, Michel Bellemare

Participants at the reception commented on the strong and growing support from the community for the Lead to Win program.

Past Lead to Win Alumnus David Vicary, CEO of Weyes Eyes and past CEO and founder of Nakina Systems announced that he had secured seed funding for Weyes Eyes, his second start-up venture.  For more on this, please read the related Ottawa Business Journal article.

David Vicary, CEO Weyes Eyes
David Vicary, CEO Weyes Eyes

Photos from the event are available online.

The reception was hosted by Développement économique – CLD Gatineau (DE – CLDG).

BDC Gas Tank is Filled Up!

Industry Canada announced on Monday that they will be providing additional funding for BDC.

The funding allocation includes $350M for BDC‘s venture capital activities that will allow it to make additional direct investments of $260 million over three years in Canadian businesses already in the BDC portfolio, as well as investments in new seed technology companies and later-stage technology companies. It will also allow BDC to commit $90 million over three years to private, independent Canadian venture capital funds.

This funding is in addition to the $75 million in venture capital funds allocated in the Government of Canada’s Budget 2008, which is being used to support the creation of a privately run venture capital fund.

This is great news!  BDC has been, and continues to be a key player in helping grow Canada’s innovation, economic growth and economic diversity.

INTERESTED IN LAUNCHING A NEW TECH BUSINESS? LEAD TO WIN WANTS TO HELP YOU!

Here is a recent call for participants from Dr Tony Bailetti for the 3rd session of the Lead to Win program which starts on July 28th – please spread the word!

INTERESTED IN LAUNCHING A  NEW TECH BUSINESS?  LEAD TO WIN WANTS TO HELP YOU!

If you are serious about starting a profitable technology business in Canada’s Capital region, we invite you to apply to the next session of the Lead to Win program.

The Lead to Win program is free to qualified applicants – no strings attached, no small print, no surprises.  Individuals from 37 organizations are investing to make Lead to Win participants successful for the benefit of the individual and our community.

Details on the program, including past success and testimonials from participants are available at www.leadtowin.ca.    If you need additional information over what is at www.leadtowin.ca, please contact:

Spaces in the Lead to Win program are limited – so prospective participants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Application instructions are available online at www.leadtowin.ca.

If you know of  others who may benefit from Lead to Win, please forward this email to them – help get the word out!

Regards.

Tony Bailetti
Lead to Win Program