Wright Place TV is looking for a social media intern (NO-PAY)
This position is virtual- you will not have to come into the
Wright Place TV Show offices in Ontario, California
4-8 hours per week (depending on events)
Social media monitoring
Will be ON-CAMERA at times
must be very good with
- google hangout
- google plus
- linked in
Must be punctual and able to follow directions
Benefits to the intern- Connections with and exposure to very powerful business people on the web via The Wright Place TV Show
You will receive Media Training
How to apply:
1) The first step is a phone call to the office, If you leave a great message, you will get a return call.
1a) It is highly recommended that you take some time to learn about The Wright Place TV Show and know what we do and what its about
BEFORE you call.
909 235 9744
Let’s face it. This is not going to be one of those articles where they say, “Put in quality articles“ or “Put in pictures”. I won’t waste your time with silly stuff like that. Here’s the truth: You’ve got to write about what you’re tribe is interested in. That’s what makes a blog interesting. It’s something I want to read. You cannot be interesting to the whole world. You can be fascinating to your whole tribe. Just write what the tribe is looking for. Keep it sweet. Keep it simple.
Here’s your in-depth how-to: Look at what your tribe is talking about on social media. Look at what they’re talking about on their own blogs and specifically write posts that address that. It’s called “eavesdropping”. Yes, you eavesdrop on your tribe and you write about what they already want to know about. The social media is like having a party line to everybody in town. So, take a moment. Look up your e-mail list. Look up their domains. Look at their social media. Go to their websites. See what they’re doing and address exactly what they want to know and what they’re talking about. And you’ll be fascinating. And you’ll get a lot of traffic.
Go ahead and post below what you’re doing to write more fascinating blog posts or what you think about what I said.
What’s your style? Comment below!