Annie Jones, the publisher of Paid Social Media Jobs, narrates how she went from dead broke to making over $700 per week, as a social media manager for businesses the world over, while raising her kids as a single mother.
She tells how much she loves working as a social media manager, as it doesn’t seem like work at all, but is fun that rewards her financially. She says, sometimes, she even gets physical gifts such as HD cameras, LED TVs, tablet computers, sunglasses and other items from diverse businesses she represents as a social media manager.
Furthermore, she promises to show newbies all the tricks and tips to make the most money from the social media management industry from the first day, based on what she’s learned from over 12 months of working as a social media manager. She claims her trainees can make money “as soon as TONIGHT” and get paid in any currency of their choice, working from any part of the world.
Heck, she even promises to show her students how to find hundreds of easy social media jobs that they can begin right away. Check out the rest of her promises via the link above.
I’m not advertising Paid Social Media Jobs as an affiliate. I’m just reviewing this product, without bias, as I’ve done many others, to help all who’re looking for work-at-home opportunities make informed decisions on whether or not they should invest their hard-earned money and precious time on this product.
From my investigations, I gathered that there’s potential for some folks to make money following the pointers Annie Jones provides within the members’ area of her Paid Social Media Jobs training. Unfortunately, you’ll probably be disappointed and not make any money with this product for certain reasons, which I’ll clarify further down this review.
Annie Jones’ training in the members’ area is divided into four modules. Module one, which, like some of the others, is mostly fluff with some useful information sprinkled here and there, states why social media managers are needed in the business world today. She goes ahead to define the duties of a social media manager.
In module two, she further explains the relevance of social media managers to the business world. She goes on and on with information that’s not actionable. Then, she emphasizes the benefits of becoming a subscriber of Paid Social Media Jobs, one of which is that members who get their training from her have the advantage of landing social media jobs more easily and faster than those who don’t.
Annie Jones emphasizes the need for her students to have a blog, using Google’s Blogger.com or WordPress.com, to front a professional web presence, which will help convince potential social media management clients of their competence as social media managers.
However, she doesn’t give a clue how that should be done. For some of her newbie students, that would be the end of the road.
In module three, she tells her students what sort of clients are in need of social media management services. She promises to show her students how to find their own social media clients (when she should be showing them already, at this point of the training).
She goes on to reveal the organizations that are getting social media management right. I don’t see the need for that because she should have been focusing on the organizations that are not getting it right as target clients for her students, as the other organizations are already taken.
On a second guess, I thought she probably mentioned the organizations that were getting it right in order to teach her students vital social media management lessons with examples from the activities of such organizations. But, as I later found out, I was wrong. She didn’t make any more mention of those organizations throughout the rest of the training.
In the advanced training area, Annie Jones returns to the subject of why social media management is important to businesses. She paraphrases all she had covered in module one with a little more detail.
She then takes up the subject of why most businesses don’t do their social media management themselves, which was also a subject she covered in module one, using a different combination of words.
She finally talks about the social networks beginning with Facebook, while the rest of the others follow. She shows how a Facebook account could be set up for an organization in detail, and gives away a free, high-quality eBook titled “Unstoppable FB Traffic”. This is the point from which she begins to deliver undiluted value to her students.
She provides 50 Facebook status update quotes and shows how to schedule Facebook to automatically update status for any given account, using the quotes provided to attract more likes over time. She also puts them in Microsoft Word to enable trainees edit them to fit their purposes.
Furthermore, she provides Facebook timeline cover images for various niches, to help with the graphic needs of her students.
She shows, in detail, how to get Facebook likes to increase viral publicity for clients. She gave the most attention to Facebook because it’s the leading social network. She gave some lessons on other social media but didn’t go as in-depth as with Facebook.
Annie Jones does a good job at helping her students create a great, first impression to secure the confidence of a potential social media management client. She shows how to overhaul a dud resume into an engaging, professional profile.
But she makes the mistake of using examples that don’t directly apply to social media management job seekers. For instance, instead of using social media manager in her sample resume/profile, she uses freelance programmer and database consultant, which can be a bit confusing for some people, as certain details that apply to the former will not apply to the latter.
Furthermore, her given example is more suited for seasoned professionals with some years of working experience, whereas this training is supposed to prepare beginner social media managers.
Annie Jones provides free, high-quality blueprints and guidelines for her students on how to get ahead of the job-seeking competition and how to convert one-off jobs into long and profitable business relationships. As evidenced on the images below (beginning from the second one immediately below this paragraph) she gives practical tips on how to go about these things under the titles “Blue Print For Pitching Clients”, “Writing a Winning Proposal” and “Running the Show”.
Annie Jones doesn’t give you everything you need in one package. She saves some of the best stuff and offers them to you for $37 as an upsell.
You can make money with this product if (1) you have some experience with blogging, which is essential for your professional publicity as a social media manager, (2) you’re able to do all the hard work involved in bidding and competing for jobs, (3) you’re very creative and (4) you don’t give up before you see results.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.