Paid Social Media Jobs Review Update - Poor Job Market to a Duplicate Job Market

After so many years, I thought that Paid Social Media Jobs would have been erased and forgotten.

But, today it is still alive and I wanted to know why.

For sure the sales page and process is exactly the same...

But, what has changed? What has kept PSMJ alive for so long.

Paid Social Media Jobs Review

By now, we should know the popularity of the social media and the job market it has created.

4 years ago, social media jobs were still a new thing. Everyone was raving about it, and I thought that the hype would die down someday.

Instead, social media jobs are on the rise, and PSMJ is riding on that right wave.

What has changed in Paid Social Media Jobs?

1. Social Media Job Database

Back in 2014, the user interface looks like this:

Paid Social Media Jobs Review - Previous Job Market Interface

Now, the job market looks like this:

Paid Social Media Jobs Review - New Jobs Market

What I think?

The previous version is simply a low quality job market, but the new version is simply a duplicate job market.

I'll be very honest with you, you definitely do not need to pay money to get access to these jobs.

Not for $17 (the discount that they share with you so freely) nor the $25 (their retail price). Why?

Because these jobs are freely available on Freelancer.com, Guru.com, and Upwork.com.

These are websites that connect freelancers with business owners, and they have a dedicated search engine to help you find a suitable job.

And, they are free to join.

Which leads me to the question, "what exactly is the need of Paid Social Media Jobs?"

Social Media training? Getting you ready to be a social media manager?

These are the possible reasons for its existence, but let us cover what training materials this program provides.

2. Social Media Training

The social media that we know in 2014, is definitely not the same as what it is now.

So much has changed...

But, not for Paid Social Media Jobs.

The training material is still the same. It has 3 core modules and 1 advanced training.

To be a social media manager, you need a specific skill set...

Paid Social Media Jobs Review - Sales Page

And, PSMJ does not have that kind of training that will teach you everything about Social Media Managing.

Basic skills like community management, social media posting schedules, managing social engagements, are not even discussed in PSMJ.

These are utmost important skills that a social media manager needs.

Which leads me to the question again "what is the point of Paid Social Media Jobs?"

What's in the PSMJ Training?

Here's what PSMJ teaches you:

  • Write good resumes
  • Promote yourself
  • Attract business owners to engage your services
  • Many other surface information, but none of the pertinent importance

I assume that you are looking to join PSMJ because you wanted to earn some money online.

But, if you don't have the skill set, how do you offer your services?

3. Social Media Affiliate

This is a new feature in PSMJ.

Paid Social Media Jobs - Social Media Affiliate Training

Basically, you will be introduced to the concept of Affiliate Marketing.

However, it is not as simple as it seems to earn money from Affiliate Marketing.

The information you get from this training is just the tip of the iceberg.

And, you can hardly progress or make any money after going through this training.

If you really want to learn how to become a successful affiliate marketer, then I'd recommend that you check out this program instead.

My Updated Opinion

Well, I wouldn't say Paid Social Media Jobs is a scam, because you get what you paid for.

For $17, you get a social media job marketplace, and some training that covers surface information.

If you are oblivious to the social media developments, and the freelance job market, you would probably feel that you've benefited.

But, for someone who is well aware of what is happening, you'll probably feel deceived.

So, if you ask my opinion, I'll say that Paid Social Media Jobs is not a good program for you to join.

And, definitely not a place for you to learn how to make money online.

From this point on, you will be reading the review written back in 2014.

[Original Version] Paid Social Media Jobs - An Overview

I did it! After countless hours of concentration, I've finally gone through all the lessons and tested out the Paid Social Media Jobs (PSMJ) system. Now I am ready to share my experience with you.

Here is my overview of Paid Social Media Jobs and what they are teaching you to do:

  1. Paid-social-media-jobs-online-webinar-day1You have to create a "stunning resume" to attract people to employ you as a freelancer to handle their social media accounts
  2. Learn how to market your expertise to businesses that do not even know if they need your service
  3. Convince your clients to trust you with their social media accounts (i.e. the client's facebook, twitter, etc)
  4. Write a legally documented agreement with your client
  5. Once you have landed a job, you have to know how to manage your client's expectation
  6. Perform your expertise
  7. Charge your client's on the service rendered
  8. Chase your clients for overdue payments

Do any of the tasks above look easy to you? Yes! I would probably say number 7 and 8 are the easiest. As you can see, you would probably need to perform tasks (1) to (6) before you can proceed to collect money from your client's.

This is a legitimate business model, however, it is not as easy as it seems.

You were promised an easy way to make money with Paid Social Media Jobs.

Paid-social-media-jobs-facebook-twitter

I would presume that by joining Paid Social Media Jobs, there would be a system to at least handle steps (2) to (4), but to my disappointment I have to do all the tasks manually.

 The Big Problem with the PSMJ Course...

The big problem is "HOW" do I do the above task manually.

The courses in Paid Social Media Jobs are a perfect example of a "WHAT" and "WHY" kind of course but do not provide the "HOW" solution. PSMJ only tells you the things you need to do and why you need to do it, but it did not give you a solution to your problems. I will go in detail on the Paid Social Media Jobs course below.

Practically, there is no "system" in Paid Social Media Jobs, it is just a course which teaches you how to start your online business by selling social media services like setting up social media accounts with facebook, pinterest, twitter, etc.

The Paid Social Media Jobs Marketplace, a place where you can sell your expertise and get jobs, is definitely not pleasing for both the employer and the freelancer like yourself. Again, I will discuss in detail below.

PSMJ is definitely not worth joining because it uses Private Label Rights (PLR) content as part of its course. There are no originality and the quality of the courses are questionable.

The Paid Social Media Jobs Courses

There is a total of 4 Modules:

Module 1: Understanding Social Media Clients

Basically, this module contains a 26 min video which gives you an introduction on the types of clients you will get and what are the major concerns of any social media clients.

After going through this Module, Paid Social Media Jobs assume that you are able to address to the following social Media client's concerns:

  • WANT - Everything that is easy for the clients
  • NEED - Spending money on social media needs to be WORTH IT
  • FEAR - Social Media GOING WRONG
Paid-social-media-jobs-what-it-teaches-you

However, as a total beginner who is new to social media, I will be very concerned at this point and probably would have given up as I do not understand what is going on or how should I provide any service to anyone let alone convince the clients.

Module 2: How to be a Social Media Manager

This module shows you what kinds of social media jobs are out there, and where you can connect with clients seeking help with their social media management needs.

It teaches you to start with Starter Social Media Jobs like setting up social media profiles for clients, if you are a total beginner, this is probably the only feasible job you can offer.

So my next question is, do Paid Social Media Jobs provide any education to further knowledge on Social Media? No! It doesn't.

Module 3: Introduction to Social Media Management

This Module talks about branding for businesses. To be honest, branding is a very wide topic and a sensitive one for successful businesses.

People go through years of college to study how to manage brands and maintains a brand image, but Paid Social Media Jobs can train you to be an expert within the next hour.

I wish it was that simple, and if it was, students will be flocking to Paid Social Media Jobs to get their education.

There is practically no content about managing a brand for a client, there are no case studies, no advice on what to do to create a brand, no advice on how to respond to a negative comment.

Paid-social-media-jobs-branding

Getting support from the help desk within Paid Social Media Jobs is practically useless. All PSMJ do is to tell you that you need to know how to manage a brand. - What a rip-off!

Module 4: Advanced Training Program

This module consists of a bunch of low quality content.

I will not go into detail of this module because I do not feel that it is even worth mentioning.

Almost all of the contents created by Paid Social Media Jobs are giving vague advices on what you should do and that's all.

Out of all training within PSMJ, I personally feel that the most important education I need to get is about Social Media platforms (facebook, Pinterest, etc).

Paid-social-media-jobs-plr

I need to know how to make money for my clients on these social media platforms.

BUT all I see is a bunch of Private Label Rights (PLR) books.

This is really a bummer because I would thought that Paid Social Media Jobs should at least have great contents on teaching social media, it is called Paid "Social Media" Jobs anyway.

The Paid Social Media Jobs Market place - A place for you to get free-lance jobs. Really?

Basically, the idea of the job market within Paid Social Media Jobs is exactly like fiverr.com, elance.com, odesk.com.

One big difference between the market place of Paid Social Media Jobs and the others is the lack of activity.

You cannot find any ratings or comments on any of the jobs from the employers in Paid Social Media Jobs.

Personally, I have engaged free-lancers from fiverr.com and elance.com, and the most important factor I look at is the rating of the service and the comments by other employers.

Paid-social-media-jobs-no-rating

By looking at the rating and comments, I can easily tell if the service provider is suitable to my needs.

With Paid Social Media Jobs Market place, I cannot find a single job being rated or commented.

I am not even sure if any of the jobs were being engaged by any employers.

All I can say is that if I want to sell my expertise, I will post my expertise to a place like fiverr.com, elance.com, etc where I know that my chances are higher to get seen and engaged.

Furthermore, signing up to fiverr.com, elance.com and other job markets are free, unlike Paid Social Media Jobs where you need to pay $37 to join as a member.

My Final take

While Paid Social Media Jobs is not a scam, it is definitely not worth joining.

The fact that its contents are sub-par and the market place has no value to either the employers or the free-lancers, says a lot about this program.

I would personally take my chances with better job markets like fiverr.com or elance.com if I were to provide any type of services.

Why waste your time on such a low quality product when I have scooped up a real opportunity for you to be yourself. Yes! You heard me right, an online business that reflects your own personally. Check it out here!

And, if you found this review helpful, please share it, because other people may need this information.

Your pal,

Jack

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Leave a Reply 89 comments

Rachel - Reply

Hello Jack,
I want to say thank you for your review on this subject! I have recently had my leg put in an air cast because I have torn a tendon and can not drive, thus leaving my job no option but to put me on leave until I heal. Unfortunately, leaving me without funds for 3 months.
Anyway, I received an email from this company asking me to join. However, my father always told me that if you have to pay for a job up front, it’s usually a scam. That prompted me to Google search and I came across your article.
I am currently in the process of building my own affiliate website and I came across a site that my help any of your commenter’s possibly make things easier on themselves. I am currently in the process of receiving my certificate in Google analytics. They offer this course for free. Hopefully, for your readers who want to start a business, the information I have provided will help in the first steps.

Again, thank you so much for this review. I def. will be checking out your site. I may try, with your permission of course, feature your site on mine in the near future.

Warm Regards,
Rachel

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Rachel,

    Thank you for your kind words, and I hope for your speedy recovery as well as success to your online business!

    Of course you can feature my website on yours, I’d love that.

    Looking forward to see your site, and if possible do let me know what program you’ve joined to start your online business.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

wes - Reply

Thanks Jack, another save here. You should start a tally- box to count all those your review saves from being suckered as I had PayPal opened too !!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome, and thanks so much for your kind suggestion Wes! Haha! It’ll be hard to keep count, I wonder how other sites do it. Not sure if it is just a number pluck out from the sky.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

shaniya - Reply

Hey jack , after reading your post, its good that i didn’t registered on the site [paid media jobs] you saved my dollar..
but i think these kinds of websites should be reported in cybercrimecell or cybercell india , i dont know how they are still up and running.
Great work..keep coming,

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for your comment Shaniya!

    I’m Glad that my review helped.

    Reports have been made, but the authorities will not do anything about it because they haven’t violated any laws.

    The only way to stop them now is by informing the public, for example this review, or other means.

    This is unfortunate though.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Philip - Reply

Great ideas wonderful. Keep it up

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks Philip!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Chuks - Reply

Thanks so much, I wanted to join but I was kinda skeptical about it, so I decided to do some research on it and found this helpful article of yours, it’s really informative, Thanks for reviewing the truth, If u know any online biz that works fine Nigerians, please, do recommend it to me. Thanks

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Chuks,

    I would love to recommend you to Wealthy Affiliate because it is the program that got me to find success online, but unfortunately, it is not available to your country.

    I would recommend that you check out Fizzle as it is available for Nigerians.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Valentines - Reply

Thanks for the review. I learned a lot from this review!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

oni samson - Reply

Pls,Jack I really want to make it through online stuff legitimately from the scratch but I do not know how to go about it;be via stuff like survey,email.I got no idea of blogging nor how to make a website.Kindly help..Thanks in anticipation.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Oni Samson,

    Thank you for your comment!

    For me, the best way to make money online is through an affiliate marketing business. There’s really two ways to do it:

    1. To start an affiliate business from scratch, building a website and a brand name. However, it will take a lot of time and effort and a small investment in your knowledge to build it. If you decide that this is something that you want to start with, you can check out this Wealthy Affiliate Review.

    2. To leverage on an fully operational business. This means that all you need to do is to drive quality traffic to the business, and earn a commission from it. The time for you to earn your first dollar is shorten by a lot, however, it will cost you quite a bit to start, because you’ll have to purchase the license to promote the business. If this is what you are looking for, then you can check out this Legendary Marketer Review.

    I hope this helps!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Abdelhadi ABOUDIA - Reply

i had paid for social media jobs arbitrage (37 Dollars) .But since my registration i can’t have access to this programme again .please how can i enter to this programm again

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Have you received an email confirmation from Clickbank? You can access through that email.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Barbara Morgan - Reply

Thank you for your fair and balanced review of this website. You present facts and experiences in a informative and interesting form which is easy to understand.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome! I’m glad this review helped.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

M Irfan - Reply

Hello sir,
i’m in tension from this type of fa

Ladyred218 - Reply

Thank you 1 million times you saved me from some unnecessary let down and frankly a lot of bullshit. Thank for looking into this stuff. You know a lot of us really can use extra income but when they play with out inteller and just waste our time it can be really depressing and just an outright waste of time. Thank you. I have bookmarked your page and can easily forward to those friends of mine who argue with me about all the money I can make. What boohah…….Very informative. And thanks again

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome! I’m glad this review helps.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Kyle Jennings - Reply

Thanks for being REAL and from my research the upmost in integrity. At 54 and as green as they get just learning computers and a recent cancer surviver with lots of bills, you saved me lots of time and money. Right now $37 is equal to $370.00. I’m so far behind I can’t afford to loose a plug nickel. Sincerely thank for being real Kyle

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Kyle!

    I’m glad to be able to help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Emmanuel - Reply

Nice One Jack, I almost fell for it, luckily my country was not listed in the order form to register, so I wrote them an email, I got a more like automated response which didn’t address my issue so I started to get suspicious,I then watched their breaking news video and saw so many red flags,decided to google it up more and I got here which has provided just more insight. Thanks.

bolaji - Reply

how can i join WA from Nigeria.also send me your e-mail address. thanks

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Bolaji,

    Thank you for your comment!

    Unfortunately, Wealthy Affiliate is not available for Nigerians.

    You may want to check this out instead:

    https://barenakedscam.com/lurn-insider

    I find this program suitable for beginners to build an online business as well. It is not the best, but it is one of the good ones after scouring the internet.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Emma - Reply

jack, to tell you the truth you are Gods sent……..as am typing this comment i hve another Tab where i have already put down my ATM card pin to sign up to PSMJ.
thank God i found this your website, is really nice keep it up .

Michael Matibag - Reply

thanks for giving us the details. I’d rather apply directly to clients if that is the case.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I’m glad this helped Michael!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Perla E Minier - Reply

Jack,

Thank you so much for this very detailed article, I just saw the site and was looking for reviews before I decided to sign up.

You just saved me from falling for it!!!

Thank you for providing this detailed information

Perla

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Perla! Glad I can help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

rhon - Reply

Good job!

I was about to subscribe then took a u-turn to check first on reviews…

Cheers!

Rhon

Anna - Reply

Definitely an eye opener dude.. Thank’s for saving me.

adam - Reply

Jack,

Thanks for the detailed write up. I was thinking of potentially joining the affiliate program for this product, and came across your site in my due diligence. I am glad I found it!

Adam

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Adam! I’m glad I can help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Tom Morrow - Reply

Hello Jack,
Do you have any experience/reviews/comments with: The Midas Legacy and / or Elite Money
Machines you could pass along to me and other readers?

Yours with appreciation,

Tom Morrow

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I haven’t done a review on them but will do so and update you.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Susan - Reply

I am so thankful there are a few people out here willing to test out the promises of these sites, and give people the truth as to the outcome of your results. This is a much needed service you provide to all of us. Thank you for all you do!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Susan!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Adam - Reply

Thanks Jack. I was about to sign up for this, you saved me a lot of time wasting. The low price actually makes you think it could be a good investment but thanks to your article, I see it’s not worth it.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome!

    I am glad to help!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

dipanshu dixit - Reply

how to earn money online?please tell me

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Dipanshu Dixit,

    Earn Money Online starts with building up your knowledge. Just like going to school.

    The best place to learn how to start a successful online business is here.

    Feel free to contact me if you need any help!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

VAC - Reply

Also, they promise that they will give you the money back with “no questions” asked if you ask for them within 60 days, but they don’t. I asked several times for a refund but got nothing back, except an automated email reply. Don’t fall for this.

BliTzer - Reply

Hey Jack, thanks for keeping us informed.
PSMJ, sounds like a painful medical diagnosis!

Sunday - Reply

Hi Jack,
Thanks for this honest review.
I nearly fall a victim, on second thought I decided to look for a honest review site on Paidsocialmediajob before joining. It is then I came accross your website where every things about the opportunity was exposed.
Thanks.

julie - Reply

Wow Jack,
God bless you big! This is very helpful. Just wondering, what do you recommend to those of us looking for a flexible job on line?
Julie

    Jack Cao - Reply

    To be honest, it is hard to find a high paying online job. The best route online is to start an online affiliate business. It does not cost much to start, but it will take some time and a lot of hard word to find success. I recommend you to check this program out that teaches you step-by-step on how to start an online affiliate business.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Bruce - Reply

Thanks Jack. I’ve been a sucker for schemes like this before, which is why I quickly look for a helpful commentary like yours for the facts. Your referral to a legit site was also helpful.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Awesome Bruce! Glad I could be of help!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Paul - Reply

Nice to see someone do a detailed review of this. Paid Social Media is controlled by people who also run a scammy paid survey site, so that was a huge red flag.

Oluwaseun - Reply

Thanks for the information

MakeMoney.com.ng - Reply

Thanks so much for this review.

I received their emails for more than 4 months and almost gave them a try. Thank you for revealing the truth to me.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

cathy - Reply

Thanks very helpful. Not sure where I will go from here, but I shall go..

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Cathy,

    Thank you for your comment!

    If you want to find a legit online opportunity, you may want to check this out. I got started from there and have built a lucrative online business. I would highly suggest it.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

venkateshbabu - Reply

thanks jack you saved me . can you give exact info abt any onlinine businesess we feel like enrolling because its a non stop cravings until you you find legit flexible home based business world wide , pls help me if you find one thanx for the feed back jack . great job

Neil - Reply

Wow, thank you for this review! I almost joined but after reading your comprehensive report, it made me appreciate that there are people out there who are generous enough to share their experience and knowledge with this kind of stuff. Thanks again dude!

Caroline - Reply

I was scammed by this company.

Karuri - Reply

Pheeeew. Yu saved me $27 – apparently, there is a discount for members joining from my area. Anyway, thanks for the info.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are welcome! Always glad to be able to steer people away from this kind of programs.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Behzad - Reply

SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT,

I bought the package and went through all the training, their database is nothing but bunch of freelancer websites like elance, freelancer, odesk, etc. AND THE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IS A LIE, They said they’ll process my refund in 3 days, it’s been a month and nothing. Their training is also very very inadequate. DO NOT BUY IT.

Kandy - Reply

Yes, this website is a total scam. I have been wanting to give it a try for over a year now every since I seen their videos on Youtube. I just recently paid them the cheap, low price of $27. It is usually $47-99. What they call training & modules is tons of free information that you can find for free online. On top of that, they do not have jobs that you can directly find and apply to on their websites like other job boards such as Monster, FlexJobs, Indeed, Career Builder; etc. They have linked up with other job websites such as LinkEd, FlexJobs, Elance, Freelance.com; etc. They even tried to sell me another bogus book that gives you more information for $37 (I did not get this). From my experiences of various things online & in person such as online/physical schools, information about products, online retailers, spell caster; etc. is that the online reviews that you will ever read will be true. All of the good & bad reviews that you read online about a product will true. If the negatives outweighs the benefits, you better run. I used to read the reviews about this too such as this website. I wanted to give it a try anyway since they were not asking for much $. Now, I have asked them to refund me my $.

Michael Payne - Reply

Good stuff Jack! Your site has value with relevant useful information to be applied and is what every site should be!

Thanks,
Michael

himanshu - Reply

im a student i would like to make some money can you suggest some legal sites pls

    Jack Cao - Reply

    To make money online, you need proper guidance, support and education. Without that, it is nearly impossible for anyone to succeed. I highly suggest that before you take any steps to build an online business, to get your basics and fundamentals right. The place I got my training, support and everything else is in this place.

    Check it out and let me know if you need more assistance.

    Thank you!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Gladys Karanja - Reply

Dear Jack,

Thank You for such great information. I have been trying and praying to get this Paid Social Media Jobs ,i Didn’t know it was a scam.thank you again.
I am in Kenya East Africa and my dream is to start a BPO where i can outsource jobs for our young people and relieve them of the poverty that lingers them .Would you help on outsourcing jobs.lease email me.

Thank you ,

Gladys

Jasmine - Reply

It’s people like you that help people from getting scamed! Thx

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks Jasmine! I’m glad I can be of help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

silvia - Reply

Oh yeah! I do look for an opportunity on internet, but there is always a fake job or a wsay to spend money for nothing. Thank you for the useful comment and I would be glad and thankful if you could help me to find something such a job on internet. Maybe you know better this kind of things.
Best regards 🙂

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Sure Silvia! I personally work as an Affiliate Marketer. I have developed a video which briefly explain what Affiliate Marketing is. Check out my video here.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

silvia - Reply

Hi Jack,

it’s a really interesting article and useful, i’m from Italy and I found infos about paid social media jobs on linkedin, thinked to try, but after all these opinions negatives I realised that’s great I didn’t this yet. I just don’t understand how did they that video at Fox 7 and how did they get 68 thousands likes on their page on facebook?
Thanks 🙂
Silvia

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Silvia, thank you for your comment! I’m glad you didn’t participate in this. As you may know, the facebook likes can be bought and the video from fox and all the news rooms are all fake. If it is real, there will be a link on the newsroom picture where it will bring you to the article or video. The News video may be real but it is generic, anyone can use it to promote their program.

    Let me know if you need help finding an opportunity on the internet. I will be most glad to help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Peck Wan - Reply

You are doing a great service here Jack. Although I am not involved in paid social media jobs I can see that it is not a credible source of income. Thank you for your service. I hope your article can safe many people from these so called opportunities.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are welcome Peck Wan! I am just looking out for people and hopefully I can prevent people from falling for such so called “Opportunities”.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Gary - Reply

Jack,

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for reviewing the “Paid Social Media Jobs” near scam! I was involved a while back and it was a complete waste of time and effort.
It is so refreshing to see an honest look at what so many fall victim to.
Keep up the great work,

Gary

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for taking your time to read my review and leave a comment Gary! I’m glad you got out of it early. Paid Social Media Jobs is definitely not worth anyone’s time and effort.

    Cheers to your success!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Phil - Reply

Jack – Great site, very informative.

I did a stint around with elance and got really tired of the community there.
It looks like this is program is trying to be the same thing but market to high-schoolers and undergrads.

Thanks for the info and keep ’em coming!

-Phil

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks Phil! You are absolutely right Paid Social Media Jobs is exactly the failed version of elance. Lol!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Susan Hinds - Reply

Social Media is a very important and fun part of making money online. Nice article!

Denise - Reply

Okay, Jack, this is the 2nd time you’ve saved me a lot of time and aggravation. I’m going to bookmark your site this time. Thanks for checking this stuff out and providing such thorough information. Denise.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Its my pleasure Denise! You can always visit my site for more reviews. There will be a review every week if you would like to know 🙂

    Cheers!
    Jack

Or - Reply

Looked around a bit in your website.
Great job! Really enjoyed it, informative and helpful.

Keep up the good work!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Or! Glad this article is helpful to you. Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Heron Johnson - Reply

Great article! This is a real eye opener. It is true that many persons promote courses in Social Network Management and tell you about the “what” and the “why” but they never tell you about the “how.”

Your article will certainly provide guidance for anyone who is planning to go into Social Media Management. Great job!

Heron

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Heron! Thank you for your comment! There are definitely many so called “gurus” who are trying to leverage on selling social media management courses. I’m always on the look out for those “gurus” and I will tear them down if I find something fishy about their program. Hopefully by doing this, I can help more people avoid those kinda program.

    Cheers to you Heron!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Tammy - Reply

The web site was easy to follow and very informative I loved how much helpful information you had to offer so many other sights are cluttered and uninformative!! it was easy to follow and I am very impressed with every thing you had to say and every thing you offered on your page.!!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Tammy,

    Thank you for your kind compliment! I’m glad you find my website useful.

    Cheers!
    Jack

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