There may be one important social networking tool you are overlooking. If so, it is slowing your job search and possibly your business success. Also worth mentioning it has some notable features to “get you out there”. It’s free. It doesn’t require a lot of specialized technical knowledge. It is easy to set up. It will expose you to hundreds or possibly thousands of potential job and business opportunities.
This free social media service that we know as “Twitter” has quickly become a terrific way to expand social networking activity for your personal brand. It complements your online presence on other platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn. It has become a pivotal tool for connecting job seekers with recruiters. If you are either looking for a job or trying to generate leads for your small business, you can’t afford not to use Twitter as a complement to your other networking activities.
Theodore Henderson discusses:
- How to sign up
- Clear idea of how it works for you
- How to tweet
- Tweeting Tips and tricks
- Capturing the right people's Interest.
The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in finding a job, career promotion, and business expansion. Connecting via social media in general and twitter in particular is a skill you can learn and apply in building your professional relationships—and you can start here!
Theodore Henderson works with aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners who want to improve their leadership and management skills, and those who need more productive job search strategies. He is a best selling author, a Certified Leadership Coach www.Wisdom4Business.com, Certified Career Coach, and a Certified Social Media Security Professional Powered by CompTIA. He is the author of "9 Simple Steps to Becoming a Strong Leader”. “The Wisdom Compass”, and the cyber security eBook “30 Smart Ways to Protect Yourself from Cyber Criminals” aimed at owners of Smartphones, Mobile Devices, and also those who have significant online activities including Social Media, financial services, and more.
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