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Brand and image representation on social media is the responsibility of a company's social media manager, also sometimes known as a community manager. 

The social media manager is the accountable person representing the company's online presence on platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Typically, the job of a social media manager is to plan and implement a company's social media strategy to engage with customers.

Here are some skills that you might need your social media to have, and also some ideas for what you might want to include in your job post:

  • Be able to utilize the many social media channels to create a company's brand. They should have a basic knowledge of marketing.
  • Excellent written and vocal communication abilities.
  • The ability to think creatively while coming up with new ideas for posts. To create and distribute engaging content, they must follow a consistent process.
  • To be successful in today's social media landscape, the ideal applicant should be well-versed in the ins and outs of numerous social media platforms. (For example, Facebook and Instagram).
  • This role requires knowledge of and experience with social media technologies and research procedures.
  • Being able to prioritize tasks and stay on top of deadlines is essential in this position. Good time management skills are a must in this position.

You have several hats to wear as a small business owner. You're expected to find time to sit down and plan, write and work on social media while still trying to do a million other things that come with running your own business.

Or perhaps, you might be an agency or a well-established business that is looking to add some firepower to your company while at the same time you’ll also be saving thousands of dollars a year by hiring a social media manager in the Philippines.

Brand recognition and industry authority are the primary objectives of a social media manager. Your followers will learn to recognize and trust you through your constant and excellent material. 

Generally speaking, everyone these days needs to have a consistent and constant social media presence. 

The question is now if you should hire a social media manager, but whether you need to hire a social media manager part-time or full-time?

Do you only need someone for 10-20 hours per week? Or are you find to hire someone for 40 hours a week full-time?

You can hire a social media manager for between $3.00 and $15.00 per hour on average, depending on the person's skills and experience

The average salary for a remote social media manager in the Philippines is $5.82 per hour. This factors both highly skilled and experienced social media managers and those who are entry-level and have less real-world experience.

In some instances, you may agree to pay the social media manager more or less. The salaries presented here are only meant to give you a ballpark idea.

The great thing about VirtualStaff.ph is this:

  1. You as the employer decide how much you want to pay your staff.
  2. The jobseekers on our marketplace indicate the hourly target rate they’d ideally like to be paid.

This means that the employer and the applicant agree on the hourly rate, work hours, and work schedule.

Ultimately, you as the employer have complete control over how much you pay per hour.

You can easily outsource to the Philippines on the VirtualStaff.ph marketplace. In fact, with hundreds of thousands of jobseekers registered on our platform, and over 500 new workers registering on a daily basis, building your offshore team in the Philippines could not be any easier.

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