5 Smart Ways Social Media Can Help You Land a Job

5 Smart Ways Social Media Can Help You Land a Job

 BANGALORE: Are you looking forward towards changing your job or moving in a new career path? Then your social network can play a big role. Social networking is the effort you make to create and maintain relationships within that social network. You can do this face-to-face at conferences or can even connect with others online through web sites like LinkedIn and Facebook. Social networking uses your professional and personal connections to move your resume to the top level to move you ahead in your career.

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Let’s have a look at some of the ways social media boost your career prospectus:
 
 
1. Look out for companies
 
 
Nowadays many employers are active on sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and thus almost all the companies have their own Facebook page and Twitter handle. You can reach out to companies by following the companies on social media and by sending them private messages, through mails or tweets. This way you can stay up-to-date with the company news and figure out hiring trends.
 
 
Many times, companies post about their off campus placement locations and walk-ins exclusively on social media sites which you otherwise would have missed out. Job seekers should use their account proactively to ask questions about new openings, career events, and specifics of company’s field of work on such pages. 
 
2. Use social media profile effectively
 
 
In today’s date your social networking profile is rather given more importance than your resume. Many recruiters can search your profile on social networking sites while considering you for a job opening to understand your qualities better. Thus try to keep your social networking profiles always updated and clear. as your online profiles talk a lot about your personality. In this way it will help you improve your chances of grabbing a job.
 
 
Adding your active, well-maintained profile links of LinkedIn, Facebook pages and Twitter handles it can in turn help employers find the information about you easily. Social media profiles enable you to set you apart from the masses.
 
 
3. Have a direct interaction
 
 
Now you might think how to interact with these company executives directly? The biggest advantage of social networking sites is that you can establish a direct contact with company executives. Many times, you can come across HR personnel on LinkedIn and ask them about current recruitment scenario in their company. In this way you can directly send resumes to the HR team rather than posting it on company website. 
 
4. You can talk about your skills better
 
 
When you talk about your skills it will helps the job seekers notice you better. In social media you can post your experiences with the field or tweet about new trends and news. This portrays you as well examined.
 
 
Try to avoid making any negative comments about a stressful job, about your boss, or your present or previous company. Writing such negative comments is unprofessionalism and doesn’t go well with recruiters. Moreover, it can make a bad impact on your review or application in the event of changing a job.
 
 
5. Use LinkedIn the most
 
 
LinkedIn is an excellent site dedicated specially to professionals and companies. Individuals and companies use LinkedIn for networking, job searching and hiring. Using your LinkedIn profile is a key factor in terms of job search. It should not be the digital copy of your resume. Information about your knowledge, education, experience, and interest should be on your LinkedIn page in precise and confined manner.
 
 
If used smartly, social networking is a great tool to find a job. Use them efficiently and for your benefit. Think before you tweet or post, especially during the critical period of searching for a job.
 

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