Outsource your social media?
Read about it in THIS Fastcompany Article.
…a recent American Express survey of small business owners found that “social media expert” was the most commonly listed position that people would like to fill to help their businesses, coming out far ahead of such obvious roles as assistant.
Obviously if you’re a small business owner there is benefit if you outsource your social media. Here are a few bullet points taken from the article to encourage you to outsource your social media.
- SOCIAL MEDIA IS A BIG JOB, BUT OFTEN NOT A FULL-TIME JOB.
- IT’S BEST AS A TEAM EFFORT.
- EXPERIENCE HELPS.
Yes, there are downsides if you outsource your social media. In the article it mentions that anyone can call themselves a social media expert and set up shop in a Starbucks. In my case, you can examine my Klout Score as well as all my social networks to verify my own social status. You can view my LinkedIn Profile and read about my 15 years of history in Digital Marketing. If you want to take the next step to outsource your social media, I recommend getting in touch with me via the contact form. I’ll send you newsletters and updates and lists of services.
What is the main problem you have that makes you want to outsource your social media?
- Lack of time
- Lack of knowledge
- Lack of skilled help
- Lack of budget
- Lack of resources
What if I told you that I could be your skilled social media expert, bringing to you my 15 years of digital marketing experience, with companies having thousands of clients and 7 figures of annual sales?
What if I told you that it would cost less than hiring an intern, and paying them to learn to manage your social media?
What if I told you that I am ready to help you outsource your social media now. Today. Right this minute?
I want to help you outsource your social media.
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