What Is Paid Social Media Jobs? [Review]

Paid Social Media Jobs Review

I hope you enjoy this Paid Social Media Jobs Review!

it seems logical that there would be a lot of social media jobs now, since social media is a major way for companies to get in front of people. But will Paid Sociai Media Jobs help you find those jobs?

Can you really make over $700 a week helping companies with their Facebook and Twitter accounts? We’re going to find out…what IS Paid Social Media Jobs? Can it actually do what it says? Is Paid Social Media Jobs a scam designed only to take your money?

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Here are the areas we’ll explore in this Paid Social Media Jobs review.

  • What is Paid Social Media Jobs?
  • How Does Paid Social Media Jobs Work?
  • Is Paid Social Media Jobs a Scam or Legit?
  • This is My Favorite Way to Make Money Online

What is Paid Social Media Jobs?

Product: Paid Social Media Jobs
Cost: $27, with a downsell of $17
Owner(s): Annie Jones

The video starts off with Annie Jones telling us her story. Er, we actually have to read her story as the video is just text with some background music.

Annie talks about how her mornings are really busy with trying to get kids out the door for school. (I know that feeling!) She says she loves getting back home and getting to work.

Her work involves logging into social media accounts and making posts or comments. She gets paid by businesses to work part-time from home.

She says there are tons of positions open for these types of jobs right now.

Annie learned about these jobs from a friend who was in financial hardship just like her not too long ago. She told Annie about how it all works, and Annie started applying.

Annie had het first paid job within 24 hours
Now she was earning hundreds of dollars each week playing around on Facebook and Twitter!

Annie shows a snapshot where’s she’s made over $19,000 in 6 months.

Annie's snapshot where she's made over $19,000 in 6 months

On the sales page, there’s this little news clip about getting paid to do social media jobs.

Social media management in the news - but it's fake news

But this is a marketing trick. In the words of Donald Trump, “Fake news!”

Fake news anchor from Fiverr

You can buy these types of breaking news videos from Fiverr.com. I don’t think this is a deal breaker. It’s just a marketing ploy that you should be aware of.

This video was really short (thankfully!) so let’s move on.


How Does Paid Social Media Jobs Work?

I chose not to buy the product because this isn’t something I’m truly interested in doing at this time, but from my research, it seems that you get 4 training modules and a marketplace of jobs.

  • Training Module 1 – Talks about Social Media Management and what it is (all fluff, no training)
  • Training Module 2 – How to get started as a Social Media Manager (just info, no training)
  • Training Module 3 – Finding Clients (Not exactly how to find them though. Just the types of things they’re looking for.)
  • Training Module 4 – Advanced Training about Facebook marketing strategies (e-books & PDFs, and there are some good strategies in these.)
  • Marketplace – A database of jobs. (From my research, this is not very active and is mostly job seekers, and not employers.)

This is an upsell as well, which kind of annoys me. Why not give everything you need to succeed with one fair price? Why do we need to buy more than one thing to really make this work?


Is Paid Social Media Jobs a Scam or Legit?

Thumbs DownI definitely don’t think this a scam. It does seem like you get some information and training for your money. I wouldn’t recommend this product though because it doesn’t offer a lot of value.

Paid Social Media Jobs Pros

  • You do get some training about social media in the advanced training module.
  • There’s a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee if this doesn’t work for you.

Paid Social Media Jobs Cons

  • Low-quality product with a lot of fluff and not much training
  • Marketplace doesn’t actually have social media jobs you can do
  • Most bigger companies will hire people who have experience
  • Smaller companies will likely not pay well
  • You can find jobs on Upsell or Fiverr.com and not have to pay
  • You’re likely not going to find work right away as the sales video implies

You’ll Need Experience to Get Paid Well

I used to work in a couple of bigger companies, and I know for a fact that they wouldn’t just hire someone off the internet with no experience for this type of work.

I just took a look at a Social Media Manager position that’s open from a company I found on Indeed.com. Here’s the experience that that particular company is looking for.

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Experience:

  • Social Media Marketing: 6 years (Preferred)
  • writing, copy-editing and proofreading skills on short deadlines: 4 years (Preferred)
  • Salesforce Social Studio and Track Maven: 4 years (Preferred)
  • in developing content, posting and analyzing metrics on social media: 6 years (Preferred)
  • use social media to strategically build brands and create at: 6 years (Preferred)
  • creative with experience in identifying target audiences and: 4 years (Preferred)

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As you can see, these are legit job that need people with legit experience.

As mentioned, it’s possible to find social media jobs on freelancer sites for some small companies, but they’re still going to want some experience. They’re not just going to hire someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing.

If you already know what you’re doing, Paid Social Media Jobs isn’t going to help you. If you don’t have experience yet, I still don’t think Paid Social Media Jobs will help you because you’ll need better training than what they can offer you.

I hate to bearer of bad news, but I just want you to be mentally prepared to not make money with this.

If you really want to learn about social media, then I suggest taking some courses on it. Create a brand for yourself and use social media to market yourself so that companies can see you know what you’re doing.


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One thing that you need to get into your mind is that anything you see online is not going to be as easy at the product owners say it will be.

If you see something that says “make $400 a week with this automated system”, or something of that nature, just put your money back in your pocket and walk away.

But.

If you can get it in your mind that you can absolutely make a great income online – with some work, patience and perseverance – then you will be in great shape.

No matter what you do, you’ll have to invest time in it to learn, practice, grow, learn some more, fail, fail, fail some more, learn, grow and practice.

That’s how learning anything new works.

Do you just go into a new job and expect to know everything and make the top salary right away? No way! You need training and experience.

It’s the same with anything that you do online.

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Do you have any questions or comments about Paid Social Media Jobs? Have you used this product and had success? If so, I will amend my review. Leave me comments down below.


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18 thoughts on “What Is Paid Social Media Jobs? [Review]”

  1. Thanks for another honest review of yet another company that’s more hype than substance. I’m glad that you do these, Christina; it sure saves me a lot of money!

    I went with your recommendation and could not be happier. I highly encourage your readers to check it out. What you learn for free far outweighs what Paid Social Media Jobs gives for a fee.

    Thanks again.

    I’m looking forward to the next one!

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  2. Hello Christina,

    I found this review on social media jobs helpful. I thought it might be a good program to help me earn some more money oine but after reading this post I’m more informed. 

    I think it would be easier for companies to hire off fiver but it is a good idea in my opinion.

    Thanks for sharing this, I know someone will really find this article helpful.

    Warm regards

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    • I do believe there are social media jobs out there, I just don’t think this particular product is going to be that helpful in helping you land them. 

      Social media jobs could certainly be a way to make money online, but you will likely have just as good of a chance in finding those jobs on your own. 

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  3. Hello Christina,

    I read through your post from the beginning to the end and I must confess, I was able to grab one or two things. Actually, am just getting to know about this so called ” paid social media job” and if not for your honest review, I would have been a victim of the sugar coated marketing strategy.

    Yes, you’re right, Affiliate marketing is the most secure and genuine ways to earn online at this time for someone who trully want to know about online marketing and the nitty gritty online. It’s really nice to learn about this “paid social media job” from your review and I say a big THANK YOU once again.

    keep up the good work and God bless.

    Regards,

    Olushola.

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    • Thanks so much for your thoughts about this Paid Social Media Jobs review. I appreciate that you took the time to come and make a comment. Best wishes to you!

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  4. I agree completely that we need to be skeptical of claims of easy, online money.  There is usually no such thing.  I have read many other ads, and even responded to some only to find that they were scams and completely bogus.  I appreciate the fact that you have thoroughly reviewed this opportunity and judged it to be not worth the money.  I also was impressed that you included actual, real-life requirements for Social Media jobs.  One thing that I would like to add is to not count on getting your money back if you are not satisfied with the product.  Unfortunately, more than once, my money has gone down the drain in trying to find a legitimate way to make money from home.  Thanks for a great article.

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    • Yes, you’re right. Sometimes with these types of opportunities, it’s hard to get your money back. But, it looks like they are promoting through ClickBank, and ClickBank is generally good at making sure the customer is satisfied. 

      But I have heard horror stories where people have not been able to get their money back. It’s good to be cautious for sure!

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  5. How could someone make such amount of money on social media. Paid social media jobs?  I really do not need anyone to tell me that this paid social media jobs is a scam and I pity those who have fallen prey to this scam site. The bitter truth is that anyone who wants to make legit money online must work hard to achieve success.

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    • I really don’t think Paid Social Media jobs is a scam, I just don’t think it’s all that useful. 

      No matter what you do though, you absolutely need to: 1. Learn (and keep learning) and 2. Work Hard. 

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  6. I think I have short attention span, and it’s difficult for me to start a post and read to the end, but the way you format your article, the manner of presentation and the sincerity that comes with every words made me read till the end.What you said is not far from the truth, there are lots of scam websites out there trying to get something and give nothing back to the people, so it is really nice that the internet have people like you, that are trying as much as possible to bring this website on board and do a thorough review on them.

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  7. Thanks Christina, paid – social – media – jobs was sending so many emails to some years ago. I did not know what they were about or who they were so I ignored them until they stopped sending me emails. I have read through the 4 modules they offer and I am happy I ignored them at the time. 

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    • Yea, Juliet, I mean, $17 is not a lot to pay, thankfully. So if someone did purchase Paid Social media Jobs, they could probably get something out of it for that price. I just really don’t think they’ll be getting social media jobs with that info! lol But you, could learn a thing or two. 

      In any case, it sounds like you’ve made up your mind to save your money. I really can’t blame you for that. 🙂 

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  8. Hi,

    I have read the whole review about this information.This is really a wonderful information about Social Media jobs.I did not really know about social media work. I have come to know your article, how to start social media work.This information is very helpful for us.I will share this information with my friends.Thanks for sharing this informative article.

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    • Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts about this Paid Social Media Jobs review. And thanks for sharing with your friends!

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  9. Thank you for spending time and do this throughout research for us Christina. Unfortunately, we all want to get rich quick, I am one of those people as well but I know better now that if you want to make money it requires hard work, no one is going to hand it to you for free. There are many amazing platforms out there that you can do a free trial then you can decide if the platform fits you. Do your research people, don’t waste your hard earned money and the so so platform. Make it counts.

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    • I’m right there with you! I would love to get rich quick too, but alas, it just doesn’t happen that way. (Actually, I always think about this. There’s something really satisfying about reaching goals. Maybe getting rich quick isn’t what we’d really enjoy after all.) 

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