Every business has a customer-facing website or social media page, and you need to learn how to not fill it with garbage. Unless you're a garbage truck company, in which case it needs to be the best damn garbage we've ever seen.
A project without a manager is like a chicken with its head cut off. It's confusing and energetic for 30 seconds, but ultimately doomed and existentially disturbing. If you want everything to stay on schedule and under budget, then you need someone who's keeping an eye on the big picture.
Snapchat and Instagram aren't just about filters that make you look like an anime puppy. They're also about using your voice to tell stories and connect with users in a way that written words can't. That's where you come in.
Having success with social media can sometimes feel like throwing everything against a wall and seeing what sticks. Google Analytics tells you exactly what's working so you don't have to waste your time throwing unsticky stuff.
You'll need an overarching marketing strategy to make sure you hit customers using today's most popular platforms, like Facebook Ads, Google Ads, and good old-fashioned email marketing. It may only be listed as one skill, but once you're a pro marketer, you can figure out how to sell yourself to anyone.
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