Are you a writer looking for not only lucrative but also fun writing jobs? Social media content writing is the way to go!
What is social media content?
Social media content is posts that companies or individuals create for social media networks, such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Of course, social media content allows more direct interaction with users as compared to traditional media, which is why successful companies use this profitable marketing medium.
Social media content can be anything from informative content, to blatant marketing posts, to more personal ones, which typically generate more “likes” and “follows,” even if the content has been posted by a business.
Who pays for social media content?
Influencers, politicians, celebrities, and businesses thrive on marketing themselves online. Therefore, they have to consistently post relevant content on their social media platforms to ensure continued engagement with their followers.
However, keeping up with social media accounts can be a daunting task because these individuals also have businesses to run. Besides being busy, they also might not have the writing skills necessary to create quality content, and would rather leave that to the professionals.
And, that’s where YOU come in.
Do you really think that well-known influencers, celebrities, and business owners are posting their own content on social media sites? I assure you they are not. Many of them have not only freelance individuals, but often entire teams of content creators working in the background.
How can you find these lucrative jobs?
I’m looking online right now and I’m seeing these jobs:
The State of Oklahoma is looking for a “social media specialist”
A digital marketing firm is hiring a “social media content writer”
A non-profit is hiring a “freelance social media content writer”
Of course, I’m not posting the links here because the jobs will undoubtedly be filled within a week or two.
Rather than looking at numerous job sites, which could take all day long, you can simply google this:
“freelance social media content writer needed”
Move past the ads at the top, and find the blue box that says: Jobs
Numerous social media positions from a variety of job websites will instantly pop up.
After that, you can start searching the major job websites using the phrases “freelance” and “social media.”
Start clicking and get hired!
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Karoki is a full-time freelance writer and loves sharing with other writers ways to earn money through writing.
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