Paid Social Media Jobs: Review Examines New Work from Home Opportunity
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
"Paid Social Media Jobs has quickly become a popular resource for those looking to get ahead in the new post-recession economy, and enjoy the freedom of working from home," reports HonestyFirstReviews.com's Tiffany Hendricks. "And, unlike other 'new-economy' jobs that require a lot of hi-tech computer skills, almost anyone with a basic understanding of Facebook and Twitter has the techy skills needed to work in social media.
As businesses around the world realize the importance of having a social media presence, the need for qualified Social Media Managers has exploded. However, because this is a brand new field, there are very few applicants who know about these jobs or who understand what social media jobs entail, that is where PaidSocialMediaJobs.com comes in.
Hendricks explains how the Paid Social Media Jobs service is connecting interested prospects with these opportunities:
"While the skills needed to be a social media manager are pretty basic, many folks who would be perfect for these positions just don't know where to get started," says Hendricks. "The folks at Paid Social Media Jobs created a whole training course explaining all of the jobs that a Social Media Manager can fill and show people how to secure these jobs. Plus, they even have their own database of companies desperate to find people to fill these positions, which makes finding one of these jobs a piece of cake. "
Social media jobs are typically done remotely, from a home computer, laptop, of even a mobile device, and are generally done on a freelance basis rather than being full time salaried positions. Common tasks include things like tweeting company messages, posting status updates, and updating other social media accounts on sites like YouTube and Pinterest.
"Because this is a new field, the pay scale varies widely," says Hendricks. "I've heard of companies paying as much as $200 per hour which is pretty insane, but I think the 20-50 dollar an hour range is more typical, and let's be honest, replying to comments on a companies Facebook page isn't what most people would classify as 'hard work'."
Tiffany Hendricks provides reviews of the best internet marketing courses and digital training courses on her website HonestyFirstReviews.com.
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