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Job: Monetizing Twitter

Ooh. Getting serious – from JobScore: About this Job As Twitter’s first product manager focused on revenue generation, you will play a defining role in the formulation of Twitter’s business. Your job will be to lead the definition and execution of the products and features that will lead to monetization of the Twitter platform. Responsibilities…

Ooh. Getting serious – from JobScore:

About this Job

As Twitter’s first product manager focused on revenue generation, you will play a defining role in the formulation of Twitter’s business. Your job will be to lead the definition and execution of the products and features that will lead to monetization of the Twitter platform.

Responsibilities

  • Define products and feature sets of commercial-oriented Twitter applications
  • Manage the prioritization and development of new products and features
  • Work closely with engineering to develop product functionality
  • Work closely with customer support to solve issues and maximize user satisfaction
  • Do customer research to inform product decisions
  • Create detailed cost and revenue models
  • Define product positioning and marketing plans
  • Analyze and report product success

I recommend you go through the 22 or so monetization models

…I have presented on here before:

… adapt ’em for Twitter. Then sell it into them. ๐Ÿ™‚
Otherwise I’m on the next plane to San Fran, and think how much you’d miss me here. Heh.

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5 Comments

  1. Its not uncommon for companies to offer “millions and millions” even when they don’t know how to monetize it.

    With a product manager, Twitter can actually show income and growth and get more.

    I’m voting on pixel products for revenue. I would pay for Christmas Crackers – tweet someone a cracker and 50/50 who wins some crappy tweet thing ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. love the monetizing social networks diagram.

    Sounds like a super job, challenging yet fun.

  3. I’m voting on some sort of commercial platform for internal corporate Tweets. It will be spookily similar to the normal version of Twitter, expect it will have a new name, and it will cost money. I can’t imagine them instering ads into it, if they do, people will slowly start to leave. Facebook have gotten away with it, but they have a critical mass of a wide cross section of the public, Twitter is just an instant messaging service for social media geeks.

    So are you going to apply for the job Laurel?

  4. Nah, they’ll find someone in the States. Lots of Americans dont realise that Australians have a special easy-to-get Greencard called a E-3. So our applications for jobs go in the bin. Or ‘trash’ if you are in the US. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Why? you wanna get rid of me? *pouts* I’d take a job in Asia though… *thinks about it* I had a lot of fun working in Jakarta and Singapore and China and stuff… Heh.

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