How people are cashing in
So everyone is talking about being a social media manager and getting paid to do jobs on Facebook and Twitter, but what exactly are Social Media Jobs?
As you probably know, more and more businesses are trying to get a presence on Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. You may well have noticed some businesses from your local area creating creating Facebook fanpages and putting advertisements on Facebook, or uploading videos to YouTube.
These are all examples of social media marketing and more and more businesses are shifting their marketing budgets in this direction. That’s all well and good I can hear you saying, but…..
How Does This Make Me Money?
Well that is a very good question, because whether you realize it or not, most businesses (including the ones in your local area) who are starting to use social media marketing in their business are hiring people just like you to do the work on a part time basis from home!
Yes that is right, you can get paid to work from home managing the Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts of businesses. This means that you can get paid to:
• Post and reply to comments on Facebook
• Create and moderate Facebook Fanpages and groups
• Upload and comment on YouTube videos
• Generate more ‘views’ and ‘likes’ for YouTube videos
• Tweet out special offers and promotions
• Many more easy jobs on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!
So How Do You Find A Social Media Job?
This all sounds great, but how do you actually find one of these high paying jobs on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube?
Apparently, it’s pretty simple.
PaidSocialMediaJobs.com is the number 1 website on the Internet for helping people get hired for social media jobs on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
They provide you with all of the training that you need, and they also have a ‘Social Media Job Database’ that is updated daily with hundreds of the best, highest paying Facebook, Twitter and YouTube jobs! Pretty cool.
Sound interesting? You can get more information and a free trial membership here:
Social media managers are providing a desperately needed service to today’s businesses and cashing in big.
Social Media is becoming an ever increasing part of people’s lives. It has become the new norm and is a great way to help spread the word about important issues and topics.
You have probably heard some of the hype going around on getting paid to do simple jobs on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. These are called ‘Social Media Jobs’ and they are a really hot trend in the job market right now, but what exactly are they? How are people getting these “killer” positions?
Well, as you probably know, more and more businesses are trying to get a presence on Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. You may well have noticed some businesses from your local area creating Facebook fanpages and putting advertisements on Facebook, or uploading videos to YouTube.
These are all examples of social media marketing and more and more businesses are shifting their marketing budgets in this direction.
How people are getting these jobs.
Whether you realize it or not, most businesses (including the ones in your local area) who are starting to use social media marketing in their business are hiring people to do the work on a part time basis from home… (Read more)
New Jersey Bans Smiling in Driver’s License Photos
Taking a ride down to the department of motor vehicles to get something done can put a frown on even the best actor’s face, but for New Jersey residents, smiling is officially against the rules.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has cracked down on drivers smiling in their driver’s license photos because their smiles could interfere with new facial recognition software.
New Jersey resident Velvet McNeil told the Philadelphia Inquirer Thursday that when she went to get her license at her local New Jersey motor vehicle center, she was told she could not smile for her photo. Shocked, McNeil said she walked out of the center.
“Your picture means a lot,” she told the newspaper. “It’s who you are.”
Elyse Coffey, a spokeswoman for the Motor Vehicle Commission, said that there was no law banning smiles, only a simple request that drivers not smile “as if you’ve just won $5 million in the lottery.”
“The digital photos allow us to conduct a facial recognition scrub, which allows us to check the photos of our 19 million faces to make sure each driver has only one driving record and you are who you say you are,” Coffey said. “We’re asking customers not to make exaggerated facial expressions.”
Coffey said that residents are also asked to remove glasses and head wear, unless it is for religious reasons, as well as to keep their eyes open in order for the database to operate properly.
Learn more about the FBI’s facial recognition database below (you may be on it)