DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FREELANCE SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FREELANCE SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

Today I show you what a typical day in the life of a social media manager working from home looks like! I show you how I manage my client’s accounts, share my best tips, and give you all of the details on how I work for myself!

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10 thoughts on “DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FREELANCE SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER”

  1. I wanna explore social media management field .My sister told me you have to be we have to be natural and creative in this field and said i am that enough whats your take on it?

  2. I have a question, how often do you meet with your clients to know what content you will be posting during each week? In the video, for the Christian SM calendar you were working on you had already planned what was going to happen each day and wrote your captions based on that. But now I'm wondering how often did you meet with your customer and if they only gave you the basic ideas of what was going to happen each week or if during your meeting with them they told you specifically?

  3. Also, how do you know how many times to post for each client on their accounts? I understand there must be some research beforehand but when you first started, did the client tell you how many times they wanted you to post or you just improvised in how many posts and stories were correct?

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