I have been hammering Social Media for about 4 years now, learning, tweaking and
generally working out how it can benefit my success in business.
What if you can offer your skills to your employer at a fee for setting them up and
managing it all?
Because Social Media is very time consuming to learn, by the time you have made sense of the whole thing, you may have well gone off
and completed a degree....
I noticed recently that a company director that I had worked with in the past, had just spent $12,000.00 on getting an
outside consultant to set him up with a Youtube channel, LinkedIn profile and
group, twitter account and a company Facebook page.
That's not bad coin for an exercise I know I can put together in a few days. Of course, I only know
how to do this in a few days because I spent 4 years trying to work out how to
do it all....but its a skill I now have and can use to my advantage.
Do you think people who know how to use Social Media should get paid more for this
skill opposed to employees who can not contribute by spreading brand awareness
Andrew Turnbull - CEO
It's a BETA Jobsite....