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This Single Mother Makes Over $700 per Week Helping Businesses With Their Facebook and Twitter Accounts……. And Now You Can Too Through Social Media!

Hi, I’m Annie Jones. This is my story…

Like most single parents around the world, my mornings are pretty busy with the mad dash to get the kids out of bed, washed, dressed and fed in time to leave for school.

I love this time though because I know that once the stress of getting them to the school gate is over, I get to go home and start ‘work’. That might sound a little strange because not a lot of people love their work, and I used to be the same, but my life has changed so drastically in the last 12 months that I now LOVE getting back home to start work.

Nowadays work for me involves Social Media and logging on to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, reading and replying to some comments and scheduling some posts for the day. The businesses that I do this for don’t have the time to do this work themselves and it’s not enough work to hire someone full time, so they pay me to do the work for them part time from home.

The best part is that ANYONE who knows how to use Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can do this ‘work’, and there are millions of businesses around the world hiring for these positions RIGHT NOW!

I sometimes find it hard to believe how great my life is now because it wasn’t always this good…



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Wondering what works for other businesses? Why not discover recent insights on the effectiveness of paid social media marketing.

As revealed by eMarketer 2014-2015, 76% of B2C respondents use promoted posts (for example, boosted Facebook posts and promoted tweets and pins). Sixty-one percent of these users found promoted posts effective, rating them either 4 or 5 on a 5-point effectiveness scale (3 is neutral).

As for LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and other ads (as opposed to the more editorial-style posts), 59% of respondents rate these 4 or 5 on the 5-point effectiveness scale (74% of those surveyed report using them).

More interesting is the jump in marketers’ perception of effectiveness.When using social media channels, keep in mind that consumers go to Facebook and LinkedIn with different goals and mindsets. Facebook provides a fun and entertaining diversion from work. Marketers and companies that provide lighthearted content there generate goodwill with engagement following from that.