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Hekabe Tue 31-Oct-17 11:12:12

Looking for a bit ofadvice form the MN experts!

I run a v small business offering services to other local businesses. It's not grand but it keeps me and two other mums with some income. My ethos is to give local mums flexible well paid work, as we're in a local area and often give up our income to support home life.

My DH wants me (my business) to run his social media accounts for his business. I have experience in running my own accounts sm, but if it works for him it might be something I can offer to businesses (with local mums running things to give them work locally).

How do you run things? I currently write a schedule of blogs, posts and links on mine that contains a narrative - but I know my business. doing it for others must be a bit trickier!

Any tips gratefully received! xx

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Braveanddifferent Thu 02-Nov-17 22:32:45

I do this for a variety of clients. It's different for each client and depends on their business. Would you like to dm me some more info about his business and I can send you an idea of what I'd do.

JenniferWhite Fri 12-Jul-19 04:00:03

I think handling others’ social media accounts isn’t that easy, especially if you don’t have formal/professional experience doing that kind of work. Yes, these social media websites are easy to use, but managing and monitoring them for a business purpose can still be quite challenging. I’m also a business owner with very little knowledge about social media, so I prefer to leave the work to this marketing agency Leeds I hired. Anyway, if you’re serious about doing social media work for others, know that it’ll take lots of study hours, reading, and perhaps even formal training.

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