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Act as senior executives with the mandate and power to design, orchestrate and improve customer experiences across the ever-increasing range of customer interactions.” - The Rise of the Customer Experience Officer , Harvard Business Jewelry Retouching Review, April 2011 Since starting out as a social media manager in 2016, Barry's 10-year career has seen massive changes. “Social media marketing was a very different world back then,” he says. “Companies Jewelry Retouching often had one or two people – sometimes entire teams – with the sole responsibility of social media working separately from the rest of the business. This led to terrible workflows. It sounds ridiculous now, but in 2016 many companies had separate social media strategies, processes, and responsibilities.
It will be a few more years before social media becomes part of the larger workflow alongside phones, emails and holistic screens. “You might be the best person to answer a particular customer question on Twitter, but the workflow often shuts you Jewelry Retouching out of the conversation. You might have written the article, but someone else would write the updates, share it on social media, and probably even handle the responses. Everything Jewelry Retouching was so disjointed. “Social media marketing as a function in itself will disappear because people will naturally integrate social media channels into their existing jobs and functions. After all, it's easier to teach a customer service manager how to use Twitter than it is to teach the average Twitter user how to do it right. —Samuel Scott, Director of Marketing and Communications at .