Social Media Expert Needed – Must be good with hand

Read through to the bottom…it’s worth it:

“Social Media Expert (Austin)

Date: 2009-08-12, 5:26PM CDT

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Searching for a Social Media enthusiast that is passionate about the Fleshlight brand and is eager to spend large amounts of time building an online social presence.

Applicant should have advanced experience in all things social media. Specific expertise in the main social media sites; Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr is required.

Applicant must be able to write intelligently and enthusiastically about the Fleshlight brand and line of products. Applicant will be expected to write daily articles for the Fleshlight blog covering company and industry news and events. Applicant must be ok with adult content.


Strong knowledge of the Internet.

Strong writing skills for press releases, and articles.

Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Software Suite.

The use of SEO and social media in public relations.

Company Description:

Founded in 1995, Fleshlight® (ILF Inc) is the exclusive manufacturer of the #1 selling male sex toy in the world, the Fleshlight®. The Fleshlight® is aptly named because of the patented Real Feel Superskin™ flesh-like sleeve housed in the discreet and durable outer shell designed to look like an ordinary flashlight. With over 2 million units sold, Fleshlight® continues to challenge the perceptions and stigmas surrounding male sexuality and masturbation, in hopes that doing so can promote the free-thinking approaches necessary to deal with the sexually rooted challenges of disease, unwanted pregnancy, and abuse that affect our society at large.

Additional Information:

Basic Design Skills and video editing are a plus, as well as any experience in ecommerce.

* Location: Austin
* Compensation: Salary TBD full benefits
* OK for recruiters to contact this job poster.
* Please, no phone calls about this job!
* Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.”

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  1. So, where's the joke? I read through "to the bottom." I don't get it.

    Are you just making fun of the product? Making fun of the fact they need someone to market it?

    What gives?

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