I have especially enjoyed creating contacts with a local contractor who’s directed clients to our page whenever they need help with indoor comfort
Since I got my firstborn and became a stay-at-home mom, I’ve become more social media savvy. During one of the days when I felt like I should be doing more with my marketing skills, I saw a post on a friend’s status that their HVAC company was looking for a social media manager. I’d get to work remotely so long as I ensured that they gained visibility and customers online. It was such a win because I’d get to be home, working flexible hours while getting paid for my social media habits and experience. To start the role, I decided to pay for the company’s home service for HVAC maintenance because it would give me a chance to interact with an HVAC professional from my new company and experience their services. I needed to know what I was selling. I didn’t think my HVAC unit needed anything beyond changing the air filter since I was mainly focused on research, but the HVAC technician found a lot of fur and dirt in our ductwork which could only be sorted with duct cleaning. The air purification system experts explained why cleaning at least every four years was essential and even more often if you have a pet or other incidences of air quality deterioration. I noted facts about air quality systems maintenance, which made my first few posts for the company. I have especially enjoyed creating contacts with a local contractor who’s directed clients to our page whenever they need help with indoor comfort. The only headache has been getting bot replies to the posts, but I’m learning how to eliminate them because they affect interaction with actual clients. I do not think I’ll be going back to the office any time soon.