NBC affiliate 11 Alive reporter, Jaye Watson, interviewed me about using Twitter and how it can be a positive influence for a job seeker, despite the fact it sometimes results in people losing their jobs for tweets some consider inappropriate.
LinkedIn helps you find friends on Twitter
One of the most important factors to being successful on Twitter – probably THE most important consideration – is finding a great cohort of tweeps to follow. Having a community of colleagues and interesting people to track
ROI, your job search and social media
Are you sitting on the sidelines because it takes “too much time” or because you don’t have a guaranteed ROI? Jump in – social networking is here for job seekers who take a chance on themselves.
Can you find a job on Twitter?
Well, it turns out that a lot of Twitter users are really “Twoosers” – they don’t tweet, they have no profile, don’t follow anyone and no one is following them! Not a fun way to get engaged, get connected and help land a job! Is this you? You are not alone! Read on for some interesting stats and tips to get started.
What Twitter applications should you use for your job hunt?
Regular readers will know that I am a huge fan of Twitter for the job hunt. There are so many new Twitter applications that can be useful for job seekers. It’s hard to keep up with all of them! Luckily, Tawny Labrum of AskBinc just posted a comprehensive compilation of 15 great Twitter applications and invited me to share it with my readers!