When you’re running a small business, social media can be one of the greatest tools at your disposal. It offers you access to your target audience and, when used effectively, can lead to excellent conversion rates.
But you have to know how to use it, and you have to be willing to invest a decent amount of time and energy into developing a strategy that works for you and your business. Time isn’t always an easy thing to find when you’re just starting out, but can you afford not to invest in this area?
Why Hiring a Freelancer Makes Perfect Sense
I’m a self-employed, small business owner – I know just how tiny your budget may be, and how tempting it is to try and do it all yourself. But the reality is that nobody can do it all, and sometimes outsourcing the things you don’t have the skills, experience, or time for, can be the best thing you ever do.
I also know that your cash flow is likely to change from time to time, making the idea of signing a contract and agreeing to pay someone else a large sum of money or ongoing fee can feel terrifying. But it doesn’t have to be. The great thing about Freelancers is that they can be flexible.
My rates are based on a basic hourly rate of £25 per hour. This same rate is applied for every contract I undertake, big and small. You can hire me for just a few hours a week, with the option to cancel your contract at any time, or you can hire me for a set number of hours to cover a busy period. The choice is yours.
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If you need some help with your social media and would like to discuss this with me further, please do not hesitate to contact me for no obligation chat.