In today’s ultra-competitive job market, it’s not enough to just send your resume off in response to a job ad and wait for the job offers to roll in. Today, employers, recruiters, and your competition are all using social media to build connections and find about the jobs you won’t find on the job boards.
I’ll be hosting three seminars in the next few weeks designed to help job seekers learn to use LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook, to help you build relationships that will help you land the job you want. All of these seminars are free and open to all job seekers. I hope to see you there!
The Social Search: Tweet, Link, and Friend Your Way to a New Job
7/20, 8:00 a.m.: Express Employment Professionals Greenwood
8/3, 8:00 a.m.: Business & Professionals Exchange Greenwood
A general overview of social media for those just starting their social media job search, you’ll walk out of this presentation knowing how to:
- Use LinkedIn to find and connect with hiring managers in your industry
- Build your circle of connections on Twitter and inspire other people to help you
- Reconnect with old coworkers and friends on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn and discover unlisted job opportunities
- Stand out from the crowd with your social media presence and personal brand
Don’t Fear the Bird: Getting Started On Twitter
7/26, 8:00 a.m.: Business & Professionals Exchange Hendricks County
You know you need to be using social media. Hopefully you’re already using Facebook and LinkedIn for your job search, but understanding the strange symbols and abbreviations on Twitter can be a lot more difficult. Find out what all those @s and #s really mean, and how you can make connections and friends to help your job search in just 140 characters or less. This is a ground-up tutorial on Twitter–no prior knowledge necessary.