If you're a college graduate looking for your first new job, you may already be aware of some of the points we've described below. But no matter how much you think you know about social media as a pre-job seeker, there's a lot you don't know. It's amazing that how to build real, lasting and genuine relationships with people who share common interests across various social media platforms, and there's always something new just around the corner. That being said, here are some of the problems you may already be facing, and how to deal with them.
The beauty of social media is that you can get out of a jam much easier than a hard copy of your resume or diploma case. Add the fonts you need for design elements, headings, and subheadings, and use a variety of stylistic choices to emphasize what you think is most important to you.
For ideas on how to make your online resume popular, go to the relevant web site and check out the profiles, portfolios, and other content of well-known users there. Difference is good. So call your resume as something else, such as "Things I've been doing since I can remember" or "How I achieved my dream in just 20 years". Humor usually goes well when it's executed well.
When you start receiving responses from all sides on social media platforms, it may feel like a ruse that everyone is playing but you. All the same crazy questions that come up in contemporary millennial interviews are hard to prepare for.
"If you were part of a car, which part would you be and why?" or "Where do you think you are at 65?" Well, the horn, because it's loud and I won't be 65 for another 45 years. How can I honestly answer that? You can't. Also, what are you going to say? Because it runs the engine of the car (a corporate metaphor), or tell them that at 65 you plan to start a charity for children.
When you start interacting with people online, build really beneficial, win-win relationships. Do this by retweeting, mentioning, inserting, and so on. You can be a great asset to each other.
You can do basic things like start making friends. Pay attention to and like people with common causes and personal interests, and check your profile regularly for designs, quotes, or tweets that inspire you.