This is a job I was offered but cannot do. It is for a company that I already do work for - but social media is not my thing. I know we have a few social media gurus here so - I thought it might be of interest. I know everyone is having a tough time right now. Anyway - take a look. If it is your thing - tell them I sent you.
Sorry - wrong link. I have changed it now. It is a genuine job.
I f******* hate social media stuff. I cannot do it. You have seen how I win friends and influence people.
that looks really good. are there many of these sort of jobs because I am not really up to it this very moment.
There are not many. But - I do work for these guys and they are above board.
If you are into the social media thing - go for it. I will help if I can. I just hate the whole social media scene.
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