Shab Siarezi – A Makeup Artist Long Island Specialist
JERICHO, NEW YORK – 1st October 2014 – A perfect makeup has the power to enhance the entire look of the person including the dress and the accessories that the person is wearing. Shab Siarezi is a well known name in the industry and who is famous for offering impeccable makeup to her clients. Shab has built a reputable career as a makeup artist Long Island specialist. It is her true knowledge of enhancing the features that makes her one of the most sought after makeup artist today.
Shab incorporates the latest art and fashion trends in the makeup industry. By simply taking a look at her client’s face, Shab can determine as to what kind of makeup would suit her client the best. It is not all about makeup here but an in depth understanding about different types of skin tones or types and matching the same with various colors and shades of makeup. This is one of those rare qualities that professional makeup artists have and clients can find that in abundance right here. Read the rest of this entry »
I search the classifieds for jobs pretty often, I’ve been doing it since my early years of college so I could figure out if there were jobs out there. For the most part, there aren’t any. However, I’m noticing a trend in social media jobs. The general work in social media is something of a cross between marketing,
A president with a Social Media degree? Perhaps in the future.
communications, and editorial; three areas that, in their own, are independent jobs. To prepare for the incoming growth of social media, the first thing we need are more available courses.
As more and more companies are asking for users to be adept in all things Facebook and Twitter, courses in college will help kids cover this. In my opinion, it’s is a lot more useful than foreign language as I have yet to put my elementary French to use. Companies have found it increasingly difficult to manage their social media forums which is why it is becoming a full-time job and something you might be able to cash in on. Read the rest of this entry »
Social media isnâ€™t just a â€œplace for friends;â€ itâ€™s a place for business. In fact, solid proof exists that social media campaigns grow more than leads or traffic, but increase sales as well.Â (I recently wrote an article documenting increased sales as a direct result of social media campaigns.)
As more success stories are published, companies that haven’t already gravitated toward social media will begin to do so. This will increase the need for social media managers
There’s only oneÂ university of which I’m aware that offers a social media degree. The one-year, full-time, $6,500 program will get you a Master’s degree. However, some online sourcesÂ doubt the program’s depth.Â A smattering of online colleges offer social media degrees (i.e.,Â University of San Francisco), but I wasn’t able to find any data on the programs’ success (or lack-thereof).
The problem is multi-layered, the first hurdle being a shortage of Â social media “masters” capable of teaching social media engagement in-depth; according to Traffickd, there are at least 475 active social media sites (ironically, two sites that I use regularly aren’t on the list…). Complicating matters further, social media is like shifting sand; a course curriculum in February is obsolete as soon as it’s printed. Â These are endemic issues with tech companies, and until there’s a standard, companies that wish to increase their social media prowess will struggle to find knowledgeable social media managers who can not only drive results, but also add value to the organization. Read the rest of this entry »