HELP WANTED: Hiring An Intern

Boy, have I been swamped lately……

I need your help!  Between my blog and podcast (with another surprise or two on the way) I’ve just run out of time.  I much prefer writing and recording than social media, but that’s really just me putting my head in the sand.  So, I need someone who has a bit of social media experience and a lot of excitement to work on a part-time basis as an intern/coordinator to help me make things great!
The right person will be willing to maintain a flexible schedule of approximately 10 hours a week.  They’ll have a working knowledge of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  Because, well, that’s the world we live in!  Pinterest knowledge a plus.
They’ll also love travel and listen to the occasional podcast.  Liking Disney wouldn’t be a deal breaker, either.
Other key skills that would be really cool to have:
  • Experience using social media scheduling software
  • Experience running email campaigns (we use MailChimp)
  • Experience using software to increase conversions (we use Sumo)
  • Experience using graphic software for simple designs
Job duties include:
  • Update and maintain social media channels for the various channels
  • Evaluate e-mail campaigns and test new strategies
  • Provide regular reporting on website traffic and social media
  • Engage with our target audience on-line (comment, like, share)
  • Automate and publish weekly social media campaigns

If You Know Someone…

Or, maybe you’re that someone.  Drop me a note at ed -at- pizzainmotion dot com, or hit me up on social media.

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About the Author

My goal in life is to fill my family’s passports with stamps, creating buckets of memories along the way. You’ll find me writing about realistic ways for normal people to travel the world, whether you’re on a budget or enjoy luxury. I also enjoy taking us on the occasional detour to explore the inner workings of the travel industry.

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