Have you ever wondered what a social media manager does all day? If so, check this out.
6:15 am: I wake up, check my phone, while I am still in bed for some urgent emails, get up, get dressed and go to CrossFitossfit training.
7:30-8:30 am: Usually I have CrossFit training with my colleagues
8:45 am: I arrive at the office, have breakfast (something healthy) and make my coffee. Now I am ready to work and have some fun
9:15 am: I arrive at my desk, open my Mac and check my tasks for that day
9:30–10:00 am: Posting on Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn)
10:00–10:30 am: I check my Skype and reply to all my colleagues
10:30 - 11:30 am: I reply to all my emails
11:30 a.m.–12:00 noon: I review upcoming events
12:00 pm: I have a lunch with my colleagues in the cafeteria
12:30–2:00 pm: I send emails to our Creative agency Elder and go through tasks with them
2:00 - 4:00 pm: I usually schedule some meetings within this period
4:00–4:30 pm: I review certain tasks with Sasa, our CEO
4:30–5:00 pm: I draw up my to-do list for tomorrow
5:00 pm: I go home to spend some quality time with my family
9:00 pm: I check my email again
9.30 pm: I spend some time with my husband, friends or watch a TV show (yes, I admit I am an addict) :-)
11:00 pm: I read a book. At the moment I am reading The Lean Startup.
What I love the most about my job are the people I work with and all kinds of challenges I get to solve. Every day brings something different for me. I am not just a Social media Manager, because I do a lot more than that. One part of my job is organizing different kinds of events, being a community manager, PR, taking photos, setting certain goals, strategies etc.
Vega IT is a really special place because it gave me the freedom to do what I love the most. People are awesome and, without them, this job would not be the same. If you are interested in this send us your CV because we are hiring a Social Media Assistant.
Maja's nonstandard approach to marketing has developed over the last half decade. She can hear the heart beat of the Internet.