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In the modern world we live in, we can access our social media accounts with a mobile device anywhere as long as we are connected to the Internet. With such a huge presence in our daily lives, it’s no wonder that experts believe the job market for social media related professions will explode in 2013.
If you are interested in finding a job with the help of social media, here are a few tips that might help you on your journey:
Write a blog
Even if you are fresh out of college and you have never written a blog before in your life, it’s not too late to start now. You can write about anything, music, food, video games, books, it doesn’t matter, just get on your keyboard and let your creative juices flow. You can easily promote your blog on Twitter or Facebook. Somebody is always rummaging around Twitter or Facebook to find someone who has something interesting to say and some of them are looking to hire employees. So if you would like to work in the world of social media, having a blog under (or two) your belt is a good way to start getting your name out in the field.
Remain professional on your social media profiles
While it is true that you can publish almost anything on social media profiles, that doesn’t mean you should. Posting pictures of a frat party you attended where more than a little alcohol was consumed is a big faux pas if you are looking to impress potential employers. If you are really serious about using social media to find a job, clean up your Facebook and Twitter profiles. Mention what you interests are, but try to remain centered around the type of work that you would like to be doing, like social media marketer for example. Don’t try to fool employers by creating two different profiles, one for your career and one for your “real life”. People who are crafty enough will eventually find both profiles so it is safer to just have one.
If you remain professional and active on all of your social media platforms, you boost your chances of being spotted by an employer that just might offer you your dream job. Be creative, courteous and active on social media and who knows, you are probably one tweet away from getting your dream job!