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This article was published on November 10, 2018

How to make money on social media while NOT looking like a loser

How to make money on social media while NOT looking like a loser
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In 2017, the average human with an internet connection spent about 2 hours and 15 minutes on social media each day. That number was up about 10 minutes from the year before — and it’s safe to guess 2018 will see similar growth when it’s all said and done.

That alone may make you think you’re a social media expert already. Hate to break it to you, sport…but you’re probably not.

Don’t get discouraged though, because there’s been enough solid data fielded over the years to come to a few concrete best practices for digital marketers, bankable information distilled for eager students in the Social Media Marketing Masterclass course. A nearly $1,000 value, this full-service guide to social is on sale now at just $29 from TNW Deals.

Across nearly 400 lectures and over 28 hours of training, you’ll get a complete background in branding, websites, email marketing, blogging, copywriting and more.

You’ll become a master of SEO (search engine optimization), learn how to integrate video into your message, and study the individual tactics that yield real results on each social platform. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, even Reddit and Yelp…you’ll find ways each can strengthen your overarching media brand.

The training also lays out steps to handle some foundational marketing issues, like assembling a sound digital marketing plan, getting the most out of recommendation algorithms, or managing good (and bad) reviews.

Even if you aren’t heavily engaged in the social sphere already, this coursework, featuring completion certification, can give you a whole new perspective on what you see on social media every day.

This masterclass course packs in just about anything you’ll need to win the social game, a small price to pay at less than $30.

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