40 min

When should you outsource social media with Andréa Jones, OnlineDrea Proof to Product

    • Design

Hey friends! How are you feeling about social media these days? Is it lighting you up? Does it leave you feeling heavy? I personally have been on both sides of the pendulum and thought my guest in this episode would be perfect to help you determine if it’s time to outsource social.
I had on Andréa Jone of OnlineDrea to walk us through everything we need to know. She explains the pros and cons of hiring a social media agency versus hiring a VA or freelance social strategist. We chat about what you need to know before you hire and how she tests potential hires with paid projects!
 
ON TODAY’S EPISODE:
The biggest mistakes ecommerce brands make on social media
Signs it might be time to outsource your social media
The pros and cons of hiring an agency vs. a freelancer
How her agency helps clients formulate KPIs
How to make your hiring knowledgeable people
What a test project looks like when hiring someone for a role
Her onboarding process and how she gets to know clients and their brands
FOR FULL SHOW NOTES, RESOURCES AND A TRANSCRIPT, HEAD TO BIT.LY/PTPEP196
 
SLOW STEADY GROWTH ARE HOW STRONG BUSINESSES ARE BUILT
Building a business is a long game, won with patience, fortitude, intentional decisions and passion.​ Inside Proof to Product LABS, you’ll receive the support, education and accountability to move your business towards your goals.  
​Join Proof to Product Labs, our 12-month group coaching program built specifically for product based business owners: https://www.prooftoproduct.com/labs
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JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST If you'd like to receive more information about our upcoming episodes of Proof to Product including show notes and information about our guests, head over to www.prooftoproduct.com and sign up for our email list.  
Be sure SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW and SHARE Proof to Product with all of the product based business owners that you know!

Hey friends! How are you feeling about social media these days? Is it lighting you up? Does it leave you feeling heavy? I personally have been on both sides of the pendulum and thought my guest in this episode would be perfect to help you determine if it’s time to outsource social.
I had on Andréa Jone of OnlineDrea to walk us through everything we need to know. She explains the pros and cons of hiring a social media agency versus hiring a VA or freelance social strategist. We chat about what you need to know before you hire and how she tests potential hires with paid projects!
 
ON TODAY’S EPISODE:
The biggest mistakes ecommerce brands make on social media
Signs it might be time to outsource your social media
The pros and cons of hiring an agency vs. a freelancer
How her agency helps clients formulate KPIs
How to make your hiring knowledgeable people
What a test project looks like when hiring someone for a role
Her onboarding process and how she gets to know clients and their brands
FOR FULL SHOW NOTES, RESOURCES AND A TRANSCRIPT, HEAD TO BIT.LY/PTPEP196
 
SLOW STEADY GROWTH ARE HOW STRONG BUSINESSES ARE BUILT
Building a business is a long game, won with patience, fortitude, intentional decisions and passion.​ Inside Proof to Product LABS, you’ll receive the support, education and accountability to move your business towards your goals.  
​Join Proof to Product Labs, our 12-month group coaching program built specifically for product based business owners: https://www.prooftoproduct.com/labs
FOLLOW PROOF TO PRODUCT Follow Proof to Product on Instagram for the latest updates: https://www.instagram.com/prooftoproduct/
JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST If you'd like to receive more information about our upcoming episodes of Proof to Product including show notes and information about our guests, head over to www.prooftoproduct.com and sign up for our email list.  
Be sure SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW and SHARE Proof to Product with all of the product based business owners that you know!

40 min