Why You HAVE to Understand Social Media

As a freelancer, you need to pay attention to social media – even if you don’t ever plan on specializing in or offering social media services to your clients. And during this 5-part series titled, Social Media Insights for Freelancers, I’ll go over the main things you need to understand, and how they impact your freelance business.

In this first video you’ll see how social media has become the primary driver of attention online.

Put simply, you’ll see why anyone involved in marketing online, copywriters included, can no longer afford to ignore social media.

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Published: May 7, 2012

1 Response to “Why You HAVE to Understand Social Media [video]”

  1. I am a reluctant and very intermittent facebook user (dragged there kicking and screaming by my kids), and I have to admit Nick' video is right; I plan to watch all installments. Also I'm wondering about Linkedin-- is this used more by businesses than facebook? How does it differ from facebook as a market for writers??

    Karen SMMay 8, 2012 at 12:33 pm

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