Here's how you use Twitter to seek jobs in 2021




Do you believe Twitter is only for memes, humorous threads, and harsh opinions? No, it's actually a fantastic instrument for launching your career. Here's how to use it to get your ideal job.

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With LinkedIn on the picture, Twitter might not be the first site that comes to mind when considering utilizing social media to get a job...

Twitter provides a more authentic sense of your personality and hobbies than LinkedIn. The way you display yourself on there has the ability to attract the attention of potential employers and encourage them to hire you (or not... please be mindful).

Improve the professionalism of your Twitter profile.


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Your Twitter profile is an excellent opportunity to present oneself as more professional online...
Your profile should be– but remember, it's not a CV, so keep it casual and allow your personality to show through.
Your bio should be brief (around 160 characters), so take your time to write something catchy, including keywords to make yourself searchable for employers... You might include your degree, extracurricular activities, and hobbies.

It's also a good idea to alter your DM settings so that anybody may contact you, even if you don't follow them - that way, if recruiters want to contact you, they can...

Don't forget to include links to other websites, such as your LinkedIn page or personal website, so that employers may learn more about your history and expertise...

Also, try to choose a professional-looking profile photo and cover image that represent who you are — these should make a good first impression on any employers that come across your profile...

Create your Twitter network by embracing your friends' characters.


Building a successful Twitter network requires time and effort - no one gains thousands of followers overnight...
Begin by following firms that interest you, as well as individuals who work for such companies...
It's also a good idea to follow some 'thought leaders in your field. These are people who, while they may not be able to give you a job, have fascinating things to say about the business and appear in the media to discuss it...

Don't forget about your peers — buddies from university and individuals you've worked with on projects are all valuable contacts to have...
Along with following a lot of relevant individuals, start engaging with their tweets to attract their attention and prove that you're interested in their ideas... This leads us to our next point.

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following relevant individuals and organizations will not get you very far. Start engaging with them and connecting with them by retweeting and responding to the material they share...

Unlike LinkedIn and Facebook, Twitter is all about real-time information and frequent engagement, so you should tweet at least once a day to stay on top of things...

For instance, if you come across an intriguing story, retweet it and add a paragraph or two of your own. Whoever you've retweeted will be grateful for the more exposure and may react – and presto, the link !

Twitter Chats are another excellent method to do this. These are pre-planned (usually weekly or monthly) talks on a certain topic in which individuals use a specific hashtag to keep connected... Find several that are relevant to your industry and take part in them.

It might be frightening, but the only way to get your name out there is to become involved.

Investigate firms and job functions.


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Twitter is a wonderful way to gain a behind-the-scenes peek at a firm and the responsibilities they play...

Keep an eye out for updates such as major corporate expansions or changes in policy and organization by following both the company's Twitter feed and people who work there...

Another useful suggestion is to identify someone who is already working in the position you desire and research their history, specializations, and hobbies, as well as any projects they are working on... When it comes to making your CV stand out at university, you may take inspiration from their path to the position...

 Twitter is a great place to look for employment openings.


If you know how to use Twitter's search feature , it may be quite useful for finding relevant tweets and job openings...

In general, the most successful approach to finding employment is to use the following combination: location + seniority level + 'hiring'/'vacancy'/'job' + industry...

For example, to locate articles about media job openings in London, you may type "London graduate job media" into Google...

Getting the search keywords, though, is only the beginning. The search options allow you to narrow down your search even more.

This is where following the correct accounts pays off because you can opt to only view search results from individuals you follow, as well as tweets made nearby...

After you've searched the key phrases, you'll have the opportunity to add search filters on the results page!!. If you're using the Twitter app on your phone, the search filters are likely to hitting the dial symbol on the search results screen.!!

Make use of lists to locate the greatest Twitter content lady on laptop exposed brick


Twitter can be overwhelming at times, and wading through the noise to find the finest items to post isn't always simple - but that's where lists come in.!!

You may keep up with an account's changes by adding it to a list if you come across one that provides excellent material!!.

To add accounts to a list, go to their profile and click the three dots next to the 'Follow' icon, then select 'Add/remove from Lists!!.'

You may make lists on whatever you want, from businesses that accept 2:2 degrees to the finest employee benefits!!.

Lists can be public or private, and they will make it much easier to keep track of various topics utilizing high-quality Twitter feeds!!.

 Shocked cat, post suitable material on Twitter


Twitter is all about being yourself and letting your personality shine, but you should still proceed with caution.!!

Tweeting stories and images of inebriated escapades, or engaging in heated Twitter debates, might leave a negative impression!!.

Also, be cautious about what you retweet. Even if the retweet does not represent your own views, it might appear as an endorsement, thus retweeting anything unpleasant or contentious is likely to turn employers off!!.

 Twitter may to prepare for interviews.


Preparation is the key to a good job interview. If you walk in knowing the firm and your interviewers inside and out, you'll have a decent chance of landing the job.

Follow the firm on Twitter to learn about advancements, accomplishments, and trends inside the organization, as well as how the company distinguishes out among rivals!!.

You should also conduct some background research on your interviewer. You'll be able to read their tweets and learn about their hobbies and work initiatives if their profile is public!!. But, it is advisable not to follow your interviewer on Twitter, as this might as improper.

Doing this study is a fantastic method to identify things to bring up in the interview to interest your interviewers and wow them with your expertise - just don't go too personal, or you'll come off as a stalker...

Besides to conducting research on Twitter ahead of interviews, you may prepare by learning typical interview questions and how to answer them.!!








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