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What we're looking for is a community manager--someone who knows their way around the internet jungle. Someone who's bent on taking hot topics and is willing to not only spread the word, but absorb feedback from the community in an effort to make things better. If you think you have the finesse, the aptitude and the hardware and gadget tech knowledge to be a voice, you may be the one.

The ideal community manager must possess a cunning ability to build communities and gather people's attention. The person in question must also be able to withstand forum and social hurricanes that routinely pass through and walk out of the storm unscuffed.

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  • Gin Fushicho
    School gets in the way unfortunately. Only thing listed I'd be good at is taking care of the Forums and taking what people say into consiederation to make the place better.
  • liquidsnake718
    I like to bring up discussions and comment on articles that are compelling enough for both the casual hardware/pc user to the silicon heads.

    The only thing is I’m in another country, is it possible to work from home or office? I’m 12 hours opposite the Eastern Standard time.... I can also help make this site even more user friendly.Would we get a free subscription to reuters or the AP?
  • megamanx00
    "withstand forum and social hurricanes" huh? I think that would be a daily thing around here :D.
    Aside from this position, please hire someone who checks for grammar and spelling on all articles before they are published. And please, redesign the site - it's disgustingly cluttered the way it sits currently.
  • coonday
    I could become a much needed proofreader for you guys, unlike Gin Fushicho.
  • El_Capitan
    1. There really is a lot of clutter.
    2. A preview of upcoming articles would be nice. Maybe even a vote on a list of 5 most wanted articles.
    3. There's a lot of similar reviews and articles from other sites out there. Referencing those with Tom's Hardware results, if possible, would probably put Tom's Hardware above the rest.
    4. Knowing the demographics of Tom's Hardware readers and what they're looking for would probably help in determining what articles to write, and what news would interest readers.
    5. Statistics, statistics, statistics. Price variations for products on a weekly, monthly, and yearly tracking cycle from different distributors? Prices for a specific product went up during a certain time, or related products, or all products.

    I'm just commenting suggestions. Not really looking for the job. I'd be horrible at it. I can't speel.
  • liquidblue
    Best of luck to whomever gets the position. I'm sure we will all be waiting here to harass you. :)
  • keefasuz
    What happened, did you guys finally can Marcus Yam?

    Oh man, I'm sorry, maybe only I thought that was funny,.
  • JeBuSBrian
    Hire an editor instead.
  • Atticah
    can this "person" run crysis?