Over the past few years I’ve met many talented social media managers at events and workshops. And most of them had one thing in common: they weren’t making enough money.
While they’d trained in social media management skills, they didn’t know how to turn them into a business that paid them the salary they wanted or deserved.
So I collaborated with Hannah Martin from Talented Ladies Club who knows exactly how to make money.
And to help you identify where you may be going wrong in your own business, we recorded a free webinar for social media managers.
Are you tired of not earning enough money?
Here are some of the most common complaints we hear from social media managers:
- I’m putting the work in but not making money.
- I’m earning just pocket money.
- I’m not making a sustainable income.
- I’m not making a reliable income.
- I’m sick of working for free.
- I’m tired of working for poor clients.
- My clients don’t value what I do.
If any of these resonate with you, watch our free webinar and find out where you might be going wrong. We reveal the 10 mistakes that are costing social media managers business. We explain how too many social media managers are:
- Pricing themselves out of business.
- Competing in a race to the bottom.
- Un-selling their services.
- Failing to understand their USP.
- Pitching themselves to the wrong clients.
- Hiding in the pack – and missing out on opportunities.
We also explains what you can do to finally turn the tables around and:
- Hook bigger fish.
- Make proper money.
- Secure clients who LOVE what you do.
And balance all this so you genuinely have the freedom to choose how much you want to earn around your family.
Watch our free webinar for social media managers
So if you’re ready to finally make money as a social media manager, watch our free webinar with Hannah Martin here.
As well as sharing plenty of highly valuable advice and experience, we reveal how we can help you to finally charge (and get) the money you deserve from your social media management skills in Social Media Moneymaker.