Job title: Get paid to help businesses post content to their social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
Job description: We’re looking for ordinary folk from the United States to help online companies promote their businesses through social media using their phone or tablet (both Android and IOS). You don’t need to know anything about social media advertising, as this is an entry-level position, and full training is provided.
Pay: $35 an hour ($175 a day)
Location: Posting to social media accounts is done online, so this is a remote position available to people from the United States.
Requirements: You need three things: 1) A computer, phone, or tablet (Android or iOS) that can connect to the Internet; 2) Access to the Internet 3) Five hours are available each day to use social media to promote these companies.
Is experience necessary? Have you ever Tweeted or made a Facebook post? Then you have all the expertise you need to start this job. These businesses are looking to hire regular social media users, not social media advertising executives. Even better, we provide in-depth training on everything you need to know to start earning $35 per hour right away. There is high demand for new workers to create these jobs immediately.
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