I need a little help!

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I’m looking to hire a virtual assistant that loves to hustle and network, is super organized, writes well, works quick, is upbeat, experienced with paid social media campaigns, and – most important – able to be direct and keep me on point

Compensation…

The position will pay a portion of all new client fees, not a set salary. Also, because we’ll be working together, I’ll gladly connect you with people in my network and coach you for free on any content- or brand-related projects you may have in mind for yourself…

Responsibilities…

Keep me on track and focused on the most pertinent day-to-day tasks as it relates to my coaching business and existing clients…

Create and strategically manage my weekly editorial and social media plans, which will include setting up and monitoring paid campaigns (mostly on Facebook and Twitter)…

Coordinate with freelance content developers in connection with the above media plans…

Correspond with incoming – and seek out – media, speaking engagements, potential clients and guest blogging and podcast opportunities…

Qualifications…

I don’t care if you went to college or have a sizable following on one social media account. I am mostly interested in people that are assertive, resourceful and strategic, who love to work, have experience editing, writing and working with photos and video, know paid social media, understand customer service, enjoy helping people and can build digital things.

My goal…

I am currently building a full-service content management business directed at sports brands, athletes and entrepreneurs. Simultaneously, I am offering basic coaching, strategy, education and brainstorming services through my own brand, the clients of which will ideally be passed on to the full-service team to execute what was outlined as a coaching client.

The position listed in this post will help promote, organize and manage the coaching side of the business, which – due to my success on MetsBlog and 15 years developing contacts in all corners of the sports industry – is the best possible front door for prospective clients.

If the above is you – and you want a cut of my coaching business – if you want to be on the ground floor of a content marketing business – and if you see value in leveraging my experience and contacts for your own benefit – please apply below…

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In 2003, I started writing online about the New York Mets for a project in college. In time, I turned MetsBlog.com in to 500 million page views, a Cynopsis Sports Blog of the Year nominee, a job as Director of Digital Content for SNY, and a consulting business helping people reach online sports fans.
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