PaidSocialMediaJobs.com is a new website dedicated to helping average people find work at home jobs in social media management, which they claim is currently the highest demanded job in the country.
Paid Social Media Jobs says that all companies, from the largest to the smallest, are starting to realize that they need a presence on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter in order to stay competitive.
But many of these smaller companies cannot afford to keep a full time social media manager on board, so they are outsourcing the work to independent workers who can do the job entirely from home.
What Kind of Experience Do You Need?
PaidSocialMediaJobs.com claims that the best part of becoming a social media manager is the newness of this position. Since this job has only been created in recent years, there is no one out there with a collegiate background or formal training in this field. The field is literally open to everyone.
However, Paid Social Media Jobs claims to be able to give you a leg up on the competition by not only connecting you with companies that are searching for social media managers, but also by training you.
Their training focuses on how to apply for these jobs, what to say in interviews, understanding what will be expected from you in this position, and – most important – how to be a successful social media manager.
What to Know
In exchange for all of the training and knowledge you will be supplied with, you are expected to pay a one time fee of $77.00. If you choose, you can take a 3 Day Trial for $1.00 to see the kind of information you’ll be given.
If you aren’t interested in the job opportunity, you can cancel before your 3 Day Trial is over and receive no further charges. But if you would like to move forward, you simply do nothing and at the end of 3 days you will be charged $77.00 and receive your full membership benefits.
Also, visitors should be aware that PaidSocialMediaJobs.com does share your contact information with third parties for advertising purposes, so keep this in mind when giving them your email address.