Policy changes mean your Instagram photos could end up in an ad
No one over 25 should be a social media manager??
A spirited debate is brewing online this summer, focused on a single question: What is the proper age and experience level for a social media manager?
The position– increasingly popular in the digital age– mixes content production, customer service, and public relations.
Some current college students and young alumni view the job as their birthright– saying it requires a knowledge base and skill set as familiar to Millennials as texting. Other “older” professionals with a digital bent are fighting back, claiming the position’s high visibility and snap decision-making make it dangerous for a company to leave in the hands of an individual who is inexperienced or immature.
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After death, what happens to our Facebook page?
Do you think Facebook can get your college application rejected?
A few admissions experts weighed in on the question, one said this:
“Play it safe and keep it clean or you could derail college dreams.
While it is unlikely that a Facebook post is going to be seen by an admissions officer, it could be in the following instances, so do not risk it. An admissions officer looks up your name on the Internet to learn more about an award you won and stumbles onto your Facebook page. Or you are being considered for a prestigious scholarship or special recognition along with your admissions, so to ensure they do not end up looking foolish the college or university does some digging. Finally, you can give ammunition to someone who has a score to settle with you that they anonymously share with admissions. Don’t take the chance.”
A couple of other experts answer the question on our site - go and read them if you like.