It’s A #PaidSocialLife: As Told By JVN Gifs

08.15.19 // Paige Nicolopulos

Ever wonder what it’s like to live the #PaidSocialLife? Let Jonathan Van Ness show you the way. 

9:00 am

Walking into the Obility office and catching up with all of your rad coworkers.


9:30 am

Checking in on your client accounts and their budget pacing. When everyone is pacing appropriately, you pat your little campaigns on the back:


11:00 am

Admiring your work after an account restructure overhaul.


11:01 am

The office internet crashes just as you go to save all the new campaigns you just built.

Keep cool...


11:45 am

When your coworker asks if you’re hungry enough to go get lunch early.


1:00 pm

Checking off Asana tasks left and right, and getting a celebration animation upon task completion.


2:55 pm

Right before a client call when you’ve got a KILLER new idea to present.

Think LinkedIn Lookalike audiences, utilizing Facebook campaign budget optimization, Facebook audiences & GTM…


3:10 pm

When your client comes to you with a problem and brings forward an idea that you’d recommend yourself.

Yas girl! I love when you follow best practices.


5:00 pm

Closing down your computer and admiring all of the kick-ass paid social work you got done for your clients today.

And let’s do it all again tomorrow.


If you happen to be in the Portland area on October 7th 2019

Obility is presenting it’s first ever social media conference called, This Social Life. Our conference will be packed with social specific talks and workshops from thought leaders in the industry like Ann Handley (MarketingProfs), Carmen Hill (Chill Content), Erik Whittlake (Marketing Practice), and Afiya Addison (LinkedIn).

Get more info here + get your early bird tickets here (prices go up August 31st!)


JVN would.

About Paige Nicolopulos

Paige is a Paid Social Supervisor at Obility. She loves the creative process of reaching target audiences through impactful social ads. Outside of the social media world, she loves to attend local concerts in Portland, and will likely talk your ear off about The Beatles or 1960's rock music. View all Paige Nicolopulos’s posts >