Social media is a force of nature that no business can ignore.
It’s pervasive. It’s constantly evolving. More importantly, it’s no longer just the “hip, new marketing tool” that can instantly grow your company; it’s an integral part of your day-to-day brand strategy.
But not every team can afford to hire a full-time social media strategist.
When a team with tight resources is looking to expand their social media efforts, they often turn to one solution: A social media intern.
And that's where I come along.
An intern should be a valued addition to your team, not a cost-saving solution to resolve your social media problem, especially considering many interns also sign up hoping to learn.
Hiring an intern with a limited employment timeframe or project timeframe, can be the perfect compromise as well... plus working in shorter sprints with an intern can be efficient to a marketing department that wants to test out new strategies.
So far I love my internship, and everyday feels new and exciting.