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Can you make more than 1 million dollars a year as a remote social media marketer?

Answered by Leo Kipfelsberger, Facebook marketing consultant

Yes, this is definitely possible but it heavily depends on the route you take and the setup you choose.

One route would be to complement your current service offerings with online training programs.

Many marketers who to this day still actively run campaigns for clients, have over time created various training programs on specific subject matters that they have mastered.

Selling info products as an additional income stream can be very lucrative for remote social media marketers.

Examples of such would be:

All of these marketers - apart from still managing high ticket client campaigns - have created info products that compliment their income. Many of them pull several million in revenue per year from their courses.

Another route would be to expand your team in order to widen your client capacities. There is only so much time in a day which allows me to take care of my client campaigns.

However, by outsourcing many of the tasks that do not directly fall into the bucket of the highest income producing activity, I can free up time to focus on strategy and business development.

For example, many marketers have outsourced: copywriting, graphic design, and sales acquisition. By doing so, they focus only on the most important tasks at hand such as creating strategic partnerships and perfecting the craft of sales funnel design which directly impacts their income ceiling in the future.

Those who perform best have truly understood these 3 key points:

  1. Eliminate
  2. Automate
  3. Delegate

I think that in order to scale up, it is important to realize that such success is rarely achieved by going the path alone.

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