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Hello I am looking for any ideas on getting a new job track, I have held various jobs related to web development over the past 5 years and I have had enough of the random skillsets required for each position. I am looking to indirectly keep some of my skills (web design, css/asp.net coding) and possibly turn into a more prominent role within and organization's marketing or IT team. What would be some various job titles or jobs that would fit what I am looking for? My ideas are as follows: - Interactive Ad Sales - Online Marketing - SEO/SEM/PPC - E-commerce Manager - Web Manager - Marketing Manager - etc. Like I stated above, I am NOT looking to be a web designer or a web programmer for my day job, but something closely related that could use my skillset indirectly. Any thoughts

Asked By: greg29 - 8/1/2009
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I think you should start with learning of SEO/SEM/PPC because as you said you are now very skillful web developer and designer and in seo you required a bit of web idea to make little changes and you will find this field very interesting also.
Answered By: Micheal - 8/3/2009
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I would say that your experience would combine really well with SEO/SEM. It's a constantly expanding field that provides great challenge in more of an individualistic role. Also, the field can be fairly lucrative, as I've learned myself. Ultimately, it depends on your personality and goals. If you want to do some... More
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