How to Utilize Social Media for work
Within the years of the social media rise, it has become easier to adapt your identity online. Use this as a personal advantage by filtering your social media accounts to be work place friendly, nowadays anyone is searchable so make sure you are showcasing yourself by promoting your top interests and highlighting your most impressive skills.
Once you have decided what social medias to use, ensure you are posting consistently and engaging on important topics relevant to your career path such as current affairs. For example on Linkedin, you have the opportunity to show your work colleagues your engagement into industry issues or sharing things you find amusing that displays your personality.
Our final tip that we recommend is using key words targeted at your specific industry in your bio, interest sections or profiles. Individuals who are tech-savvy will be using their skills to locate your online identity so be sure to impress them.
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