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To be more specific, I have been elevated to a position my company terms "webmaster". This may not be the proper term for the position, as I do no programming, scripting, etc. I am responsible for content, image and marketing of all web sites enterprise-wide (several), I have facilitated development and continued growth of the corporate web site and some divisional web sites. I meet with outside providers for development and marketing opportunities. I also have been asked to critique some of our wholesale customers' websites as they go live.
I don't have a dedicated team. My team is spread across several departments and web development takes them away from other accountabilities, so facilitation has been challenging, though we've accomplished a lot in a short time.
Can anyone on this list give me an idea where the salary range might fall for these accountabilites? Feel free to email me privately if you need further information.
Hope this is helpful.
Each of the responses was very helpful, and I've just checked out the salary website. Great site. HR always wants to know "but what are salaries running HERE." And this shows it.
Thanks so much to everyone who has responded and any possible future respond-ers!
joined:June 27, 2000
Another great place to learn about technical jobs and salaries is
Click on a job title and it will give you a salary range for both contractors and permanent on the left hand side. Excellent site.
In traditional media, your would be considered a Buyer, Advertising Manager, Traffic Manager and Art Director.
Each demands a different salary depending on how much your company is spending on projects.
Not unlike a sales person the more money involved the greater your compensation.
There are definitely a lot of variations, depending on geographical area and specific city.