RECEPTIONIST? So commonplace. Try director of first impressions instead.
Salesman? Totally 20th century. Sales ninja is more like it.
Web producer? That could be anybody. But the duke of URL - that’s someone to remember.
In this age of informality, job titles are a lot more playful than they used to be. The changing online landscape has brought about a new crop of occupations - and workers who have learned to express their individuality on Facebook and Twitter. Copy writers and design directors might not stand out from the crowd, but copy crunchers and designers extraordinaire do.
Business card printer Moo.com reports more orders from customers with unorthodox job titles in the last few years. People trying to get ahead in a down economy are using such titles to build their personal brands, said Paul Lewis, marketing rock star at London-based Moo.
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