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Can it be considered correct "social channels management"? I have been told a noun working as a genitive before another noun (this latter the subject properly) must go always in singular for it works as an adjective. But occasionally I really have some discomfort.
Other samples: Newsletters creation. Social networks contests.
Last edited by Bushwhacker; 25-Sep-2013 at 10:22.
The 's' sounds bad/wrong to me in all cases. I'm pretty sure there are rare exceptions but these examples are not. It's a pretty solid rule.