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Social Media for Professionals

In this course we’ll cover why reviewing & updating personal profiles are necessary for finding work; provide tips that can help make sure everything looks good when hiring managers look at them – including common mistakes made by people trying too hard (or not enough).

About this course

Cost: Free

Length: ~15 minutes

Level: Beginner

Type: Self-Paced

Language: English

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Social Media for Professionals

What you will learn in

Social Media for Professionals

How often do you think about your social media accounts when job hunting? Do they display the type of information you’d like if your potential employer was to look at them? In this course we’ll discuss why it’s important to review and update your social media accounts as well as provide tips to help you make them more professional.

Course Curriculum

Introduction
Putting Your Best Self Forward
Tips for Your Personal or Business Page
LinkedIn Profile
Closing

Frequently Asked Questions

Which social media is best for professionals?

LinkedIn, with its 500 million members, is the quintessential professional network. It is important for networking and professional brand building. You should have a complete profile which includes a professional headshot.

What are the benefits for professionals using social media?

Social media allows you to:

  • Create a far-reaching network of peers and leaders in your chosen career area.
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest ideas and trends in your field.
  • Announce your accomplishments and present yourself as a thought leader or expert in your profession.
  • You can use it to build your personal brand
  • Can give prospective employers a glimpse into your personality.

What are some Do's of posting on Social Media?

  • Be respectful with your posts- avoid attacking others and avoid anything that could be viewed as negative.
  • Keep sensitive company info private.
  • Participating in industry-related discussions can elevate your personal brand

What are some Don'ts of posting on Social Media?

  • Avoid the following-
    • Posting about politics and religion
    • Oversharing personal information
    • Trash talking your employer
    • Posting constantly

“Every time you post a photo or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprints and personal brand.”

— Amy Jo Martin

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