Social Media: What's In It For Me?

Rebecca here – with part 4 of our 5-day mini-series on social media insights for freelancers …

And today, we’re going to answer the big question: “What’s in it for me?”

After all, as a freelancer, your time is extremely valuable. And since learning about social media will require you to invest a little bit of time, you need to know what kind of return you can expect on that investment.

Fortunately, Nick covers not only one benefit of what’s in it for you – but FOUR.

So go ahead and watch today’s video, and then tomorrow we’ll close out this series with an action plan you can use if you decide you want to start offering social media services.

Tomorrow, Nick will show you how to land your first social media clients, and I’m going to give you at least 20 companies who need your help so you can put what he shows you to work.

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Published: May 10, 2012

1 Response to “Social Media: What's In It For Me?”

  1. It seems that social media is here to stay.

    There are a lot of clueless people out there who started out without a clue.

    They started a blog and guest posting opportunities appeared almost out of nowhere.

    Then, they started to post on a regular basis.

    Suddenly, and over time, they were considered "social media experts."

    The power of on-line search engines and SEO also helped to enhance their credibility in the market.

    Now, they are being contacted by individuals and companies. Expertise!

    Archan MehtaMay 10, 2012 at 7:08 pm


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