I do not have an office but I meet the clients face to face at their business or over coffee. Some clients don't even need to see me, some however, do.i'm wondering they giving their business Instagram account access (login pass) ! there is trust issue ..do you have any office in your country or do you show any reference to them ?
It is... but it was hard getting started the first year or so. Even to this day its difficult. Patience is key, it won't be overnight, it wont be 1 month, but maybe in years it can seriously be a significant business.That's great!! That sounds like a super awesome way to earn money
I agree, it's just how I run things I suppose.You could do more than 100 a day and still be safe, just letting you know
I'm trying to grow a yelp army actually.. because a lot of newer restaurants need this boost. As for an army of IG accounts, the most i've managed was 15 accounts at the same time and that was difficult, content etc... I mean you can easily create an army of low quality really fake looking accounts, how can you create "real" looking accounts? That is the golden question..You should use your skills not just to acquire new cuatomers for ig management, start growing your own army of ig accounts to do aff. Marketing and leverage your earnings.
GOOD! Now go out there and get some of yours !Congratulations! You inspired me to take up IG marketing seriousl
I'm not sure actually this is a good question... probably not the best person to answer and I don't want to give you any information that I'm not aware of myself.If Instadub was web based like instagress was, would you have to worry about proxies?
I also offer content creation and advertising strategy.what are the services that you offer to each one of them??
like is the content creatuon the part of the process or only content promotion?
Thanks!!! Now go get some clients and let me know how it works, I'm interested in hearing your progress.This is what I wanted! Congratulations on reaching that high on IM! Very very motivating and inspiring. Thanks OP!
I'm in USA - New York City. I haven't quit my full-time job yet. I think I'd have to consistently make 10k/mo for 6-12 months in order for me to feel safe quitting.Great journey mate! 2 questions, what country are you in and what size is the city/town you work from?
Also, did you quit your 9-5 and is this your full time job?