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Well, maybe she didn't read your blog because the title "Caveat Emptor" is above the average American 8th grade reading level...and I'm sure you know that web content should never exceed an 8th grade reading level, right? Well, what do I know, I'm just a 26 year old social media coordinator who is still in school, right?
Just giving you a hard time, I do see your point, but I also see her point. Excluding a person for a job by age is usually not a good idea, what if your company hired a seasoned, experienced and educated person with no ingenuity and creativity for the web? That could be just as dangerous to your brand. A person may be a quick learner with a good head on their shoulders, adept to take on social media no matter their age or formal education. I do think age brings with it wisdom and care, but a simple sit down and social media voice-chart can iron out concerns easily.