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Online job trends: Your next job should be in mobile, not SEO

16 Jul 2012 11:00
Thinking about a career change? Well, you should probably think more about mobile, and less about Facebook and SEO, according to an article on Memeburn.
Online job trends: Your next job should be in mobile, not SEOAccording to the latest online jobs trends report by Freelancer.com, the number of jobs for iOS and Android developers is continuing to grow, but jobs relating to the world's biggest social network declined 14% from April to June, reports Memeburn. In the wake of more updates to Google Panda, SEO jobs took a 7% hit as Google made life more difficult for those practising blackhat techniques.

According to the Memeburn article, analysis of around 190 000 job posts and four-million Freelancer.com users, iPhone app developer jobs grew 30% from earlier in the year, eclipsing Android developer jobs by 10%. General mobile phone jobs rose 36%, while iPad jobs were up 26% from last quarter. Open source continues to dominate the web, with HTML5 and jQuery jobs seeing major growth (20% and 17% respectively). Meanwhile, .NET and ASP jobs continued their decline into obscurity.

Read the full article on www.memeburn.com.
    
 
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thomas wilson
thomas wilson
Those who earn much on this marketing campaign are those developer of certain mobile application. At least put user friendly strategy so that everyone can use the mobile marketing rather than the usual search engine optimization they know.
Posted on 20 Oct 2012 15:50
thomas wilson
thomas wilson
Those who earn much on this marketing campaign are those developer of certain mobile application. At least put user friendly strategy so that everyone can use the mobile marketing rather than the usual search engine optimization they know.
Posted on 20 Oct 2012 15:44

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