Paid Social Media Jobs Course Review (Annie Jones)

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Overview

Paid Social Media Jobs is a platform and training tutorial designed to show anyone how they can become a “social media marketing manager.”  Many companies do not want to hire full-time people to run their social media accounts and instead would rather hire freelancers. Paid Social Media Jobs is designed to explain the details of running social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest and also has a job board to pair up students of the program and companies looking for part-time help.  This type of job is perfect for someone looking for supplemental income, or someone who is looking for a quick education in social media.

The top jobs in the social media space include creating both visual and written content, replying to comments on various platforms, and running advertising campaigns for companies.

What is a Social Media Manager?

A social media manager is a person who runs the social media accounts for different businesses and companies.  This can range anywhere from running a multiple person team, to answering customer questions on a social media platform.  Paid Social Media Jobs explains the different levels of social media managers and the previous experience needed to land certain jobs.  Just because you purchase this course does not mean you will automatically become a manager for a company.  Rather Paid Social Media Jobs provides an outline of the skills you need and explains how to break into the industry even if it means an entry-level part-time job.

Course Modules

Paid Social Media jobs is largely delivered in video format and is composed of four main modules.  These modules explain the different skill levels of social media managers, how to find jobs outside of the job board included in the course, advanced training, and building a resume. Read below for a more in-depth review of Paid Social Media Job’s modules.

Module 1: Understanding Social Media Managers

This module is really an introduction to the entire course.  This module gives different statistics on social media growth and how businesses have responded to this demand.  Throughout this module, Annie will explain the most popular jobs available, where she sees the most growth coming from, and how to get some experience on your resume even if you have none.  Annie also explains how social media is all about creating relationships, and how you can begin to forge relationships and create a portfolio that will make other brands trust you.

Module 2: Getting Started As A Social Media Manager

In this module, Annie covers how to begin getting jobs as a Social Media Manager even if you have no previous experience.  Annie explains how you can quickly build up a portfolio by helping small businesses set up additional social media accounts and creating basic content even if you do not have any previous experience.

Module 3: Finding Clients

This module details where you can find clients that are willing to pay real money for your service.  The job board included in the course mainly has entry-level job postings that are only 10-20 hours a week.  If you are interested in earning higher paying or working several jobs to equate to full time then you need to look outside the job platform in Paid Social Media Jobs. Annie explains how you can find companies through social media in order to pitch them on new ideas and media channels

Module 4: Advanced Training

This module is mainly dedicated to creating basic Facebook Advertising Campaigns which is definitely the most useful part of the course.  Unfortunately, the course does not cover ad campaigns on any other platforms so if you are interested in Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest, or Instagram ad tutorials you will need to go somewhere else.  The Facebook training is definitely enough to get started but it is still a basic overview of the whole platform.

 

 

What is the Job Board Like?

The job board for Paid Social Media Jobs in only available to members of the program and really only includes basic jobs.  If you are really looking to hone your skills and get better jobs Fiverr and Upwork both have lots of work available to freelancers in the social media niche.

Conclusion

Paid Social Media Jobs focuses much more on finding jobs than it does on actually teaching the ins and outs of the social media industry.  In order to graduate from very basic tasks or Facebook Ad Campaigns, you will need to will need to seek outside information.  Currently, the course is only $27 so if you are ok doing basic tasks you can definitely make your money back on the job board but it most likely will not be terribly exciting. However, you do have lifetime access to the job board for the one-time payment.  Most job boards require a monthly subscription, so even if you only get one job off of the job board it will most likely pay for itself.  This course is very beneficial for people with previous experience in a social media who are looking for more jobs but will leave a lot of unanswered questions for total newbies. The course comes with a 60-day return policy, so if you do not think the course is worth it you can return it no questions asked.

 

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