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Presented to Salt Lake City Job Club June 9, 2011

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<ul><li> 1. Propel Your Job Searchin 140 Characters or Less<br />Amy L. Adler, MA, MBA, CARW<br />Inscribe / Express<br /></li> <li> 2. "I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter.<br />-- Blaise Pascal, also attributed to Mark Twain<br /></li> <li> 3. A Twitter Refresher<br />Twitter Basics<br /></li> <li> 4. Your Tweets140 characters of pith and wisdom.<br /></li> <li> 5. Getting Around<br /></li> <li> 6. Following/Follows<br /></li> <li> 7. Branding Your Twitter Presence<br />Twitter Basics<br /></li> <li> 8. Your HandleYour Name, Your Company, or Your Brand<br /></li> <li> 9. Your Profile160 characters worth of your I am statement.<br /></li> <li> 10. Personalized BackgroundCreate it in PowerPoint.<br /></li> <li> 11. 6-Tweet Resume Profile<br />Courtesy of Whitcomb, Bryan &amp; Dib: The Twitter Job Search Guide<br />Twitter Basics<br /></li> <li> 12. Your Resume: 140 Characters, 6 Tweets, 1-2 Hashtags<br />Tweet 1: Headingor tagline<br />Take this from the first line of your paper resume<br />Tweet 2: Personal branding statementdistillation of your I am statement<br />How do you want to be known? Throw in a great statistic that reinforces your expertise<br /></li> <li> 13. Tweets 3 4: Proof of your expertise Use statistics, metrics, and anything immediately understandable as an asset to your past and future employer<br />Tweets 5 10: Your bulleted accomplishments<br />Cover Letter: You can do the same with your cover letter, tweeting one concept at a time.<br />Your Resume: 140 Characters, 6 Tweets, 1-2 Hashtags<br /></li> <li> 14. Engaging on Twitter<br />for Your Career<br />Search<br />Twitter Basics<br /></li> <li> 15. What to Tweet?<br />Dos of Tweeting: Be the Authority<br />Content Curation: Retweeting original sources<br />Original Content: Your blog, other timely information your interesting to your audience <br />Commentary and Conversation: Ask advice, respond to questions, give back<br />Donts of Tweeting<br />Dont use all caps (shouting)<br />Dont auto-direct message (its transparent)<br />Dont use Twitter as your personal soapbox<br /></li> <li> 16. Great for introverts and extroverts<br />Building network online and offline<br />Dont be snarky. Engage honestly; think before you hit send<br />Learn something new about your industryor someone elses<br />Make it about the relationships (RTs and follows matter)<br />Last, but critically: Tweet your expertiseslides, blog posts<br />Getting Out There with Twitter<br /></li> <li> 17. Top Job Search HashtagsUse hashtags to mark, comment on, and enhance your tweets.<br /><ul><li>#resume </li> <li> 18. #jobhunt </li> <li> 19. #careeradvice </li> <li> 20. Literally hundreds of othersdo a search on #yourhashtaghere to see what others are saying about what youre interested in</li></ul>#jobsearch<br />#career<br />#jobs<br />#interview<br />#workwednesday (open jobs)<br />#hirefriday (tweets a shortlink to your resume with a brief description of what youre seeking)<br />Source: http://monster.typepad.com/monsterblog/2010/10/top-ten-job-search-hashtags.html<br /></li> <li> 21. Top Job Twitter ChatsUse hashtags to chat with others about job search strategies<br />Find Your Chat:<br />Monday at 10PM Eastern: #JobHuntChat<br />Tuesday at 1PM Eastern: #CareerChat<br />Every other Tuesday at 7PM Eastern: #InternChat<br />Wednesday at 9PM Eastern: #GenYChat<br />Every other Wednesday at 7PM Eastern: #EntryChat<br />Thursday at 8PM Eastern: #u30pro<br />Friday at Noon Eastern: #HFChat<br />Get the Whole Chat*:<br />Go to Google.com.<br />Enter your Twitter handle, someone elses handle, or a hashtag in the search box.<br />Hit Search.<br />In the left-hand column, hit More.<br />Hit Realtime.<br />A timeline of the most recent Twitter mentions appears.<br />*Thanks to @AvidCareerist Donna Svei for this clever methodology.<br /></li> <li> 22. Following on TwitterHow You Know Youre Getting Traction<br />The more you follow, the more likely youll be followedbuilds credibility<br />The more you follow, the more youll learn<br />Not a definitive metric, but measures publicly your influence<br /></li> <li> 23. Make Tweeting Easier5 8 useful tweets a day is a good goal, and almost impossible to achieve.<br />Tweet only when you have something valuable to add (RTs count: If you find something useful for your network, let them know).<br />Preschedule your tweets (use TweetDeck or similar)<br />Focus on giving, not getting<br /></li> <li> 24. Apps and Sites that Help<br />TweetDeck, HootSuite, others<br />TweetMyJobs.com (text messages with jobs by industry/company/location).<br />Twitterjobcast.com (streaming tweets of jobs by industry/location)<br />friendorfollow.com<br />Klout.com<br />Hundreds more<br /></li> <li> 25. Propel Your Job Searchin 140 Characters or Less<br />Amy L. Adler, MA, MBA, CARW<br />Inscribe / Express<br /></li> </ul>