Trainees will be used to strengthen the social media presence when you can not afford a professional.
You know that social media presence for your company can be done with the help, but you are not able to apply all the professional staff and get you to follow the company on Twitter is not enough. In this case, you could do worse than consider the internship.
Chris Gee, sales director at SilverDoor international serviced apartment company said the company took the students for a year-long range. “Our Internship more on social media than anyone in the company. It is the fact that they grew up here, “he added. Since last July, SilverDoor likes on Facebook have increased by 40 percent to 426, while page views on Linkedin nearly doubled.
SilverDoor is not the only company to use the internship in this way. Ben Rosen, CEO of Inspiring Interns, said the placement agencies to fill an increasing number of roles in social media just because more graduates trained in this area.
On top of their familiarity with Facebook, interns will have many more advantages for small businesses. Placement is more flexible than formal employment contracts, allowing potential employers to test employees or bring additional assistance to cover the busy time year.See:Government support corporate social
Tim Brooks, managing director of research firm leapfrog taken a three-month internship stretch covering 2011 and 2012. He explains, “We want to recruit graduates and we took some internships as part of that process.” But he added that he regards as a one-off initiative, and he will not feel comfortable in taking an internship without the possibility to work on his finishing.
Doing the right thing
The use of what is essentially a hero raises ethical concerns. Both GEE and Brooks agree that it is important to offer a valuable internship experience and be open and honest about the possibility of a permanent position. The pay his apprentice SilverDoor what Gee describes as ‘proper wage’, while offering cost LeapFrog.
Internships inspiration Rosen noted that the replacement cost should be considered as a minimum by the employer, but added that sales internships should be paid. He recommended three months as the optimal duration for an internship, because “for the first month they will learn techniques’.
Of course, social media is not the only place where the internship can help. Brooks said, “For three months they were here, interns are involved in research, producing reports and identified client.”
To Leapfrog and Silverdoor, the benefits exceed the cost of taking an internship comfortable. But warning: Rosen tells the inspiring internship within three months, a good internship can make themselves ‘indispensable’.