In this highly competitive world, where finding an appropriate job has become challenging, you can improve your employment chances either by using Facebook and Twitter or both. Read more for further details.
By following the right people and businesses on Twitter and Facebook, it is highly likely that one will come across ample job opportunities. As a writer myself, I have already found plenty of writing projects available on Facebook’s groups for writers.
Even though my skill is specific to only a particular field, the same method can be applied to other fields and industries.
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The right tools:
I have been using Tweetdeck for organizing my twitter account, and besides, there is Hootsuite and Social Oomph for managing the overload of information which may have been nearly impossible without the tools.
Twitter can be overwhelming sometimes as it constantly keeps sending news, comments and information from various people you are following. As a result, the Tweetdeck segments the news feed into smaller and more convenient portions for making life simpler.
My organized newsfeed allows me to see the tweets of editors and businesses that are seeking for my skill. I keep track of searches labeled as “is hiring writers” for my convenience.
Make sure you are clearly following the instructions before applying for any job.
Keep your calm:
As a job seeker, you must be gentle and friendly without constantly disturbing people. Try to understand the needs of the people by trying to figure out what they are actually seeking for.
Try to find out further details about their jobs and the most trending topics available online. Provide your own feedback and legit information about which you are confident, and not for attention. Give it some time and eventually, your followers will understand the unique voice and the things you prefer to write about.
Lastly, do not be upset if you get turned down by companies. And remember that, if you have the right skills, there are companies who will definitely hire you. Try honing those skills as much as you can to find the right job for your skill(s).
Read more about the skills needed for being a part of any tech company.