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Web Manager Job Description

A web manager is a person whose job is to oversee the day-to-day functioning of a website. Their job involves managing the design and functionality of a website, performing software updates, developing and/or updating web content, and monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the website performance.

A web manager should be enthusiastic, well-organized, quick-witted, insightful, analytical, adaptable, and detail-oriented, and have the ability to communicate effectively. They should have an eye for style and good design, and good knowledge of search engine analytics.

What does a Web Manager do?

Web managers may do some or all of the following:

Working Conditions

Web managers usually work normal office hours, but may also work evenings and weekends, or be on call. They work in offices, but may also work from home. They spend majority of their time in front of a computer terminal developing or managing websites.

What is Required to Become a Web Manager?

To become a web manager, a degree in computer science or a related discipline is helpful.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes

Web managers need to have:


Alternative Careers

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