Category: Twitter Jobs Finder


  • Four Ways to Use Twitter To Search For a Job

    Four Ways to Use Twitter To Search For a Job

    Twitter is a passion for Dan Finnigan. Jobvite is a six year old company in Burlingame. It sells software that allows companies to find and source candidates for jobs through the social networks of their employees. Jobvite operates through LinkedIn and Twitter. These social media platforms are vital to Finnigan’s company. He also believes that Twitter is becoming a powerful tool to find employment. Jobvite conducts a survey every year that asks Americans how they use social media in job search. For this year’s survey click here. Finnigan is particularly impressed by the rise in Twitter usage. Last year, 26% of job-seekers said that they used Twitter to search

    Read More

  • 7 Ways to Use Twitter for a Successful Job Search

    7 Ways to Use Twitter for a Successful Job Search

    LinkedIn may be the first social networking platform you think of when searching for work. However, Twitter has many opportunities for job seekers as well, but in a more casual setting. You can follow hiring managers and recruiters on Twitter without having to establish a formal relationship like on LinkedIn. Twitter can be overwhelming. How can you narrow the field and cut through all the noise to find a great career opportunity on this fast-moving platform. 1. Optimizing your Twitter bio to find work Reconsider the notion that you must always apply for jobs actively. Consider that recruiters use Twitter to search for candidates. If

    Read More

  • How to use Twitter to find a job in 2022

    How to use Twitter to find a job in 2022

    These are the nine steps to help you find the perfect job on Twitter. Your Twitter profile should be more professional Your Twitter profile is an excellent way to make yourself more professional online. Employer-friendly profiles are essential. It is not a CV. Keep it informal and let you personality shine through. Your bio should be under 160 characters. Take your time and write something concise. Use keywords to make you searchable by employers. Your degree, extracurricular activities and fun interests could all be included. You could use this example: Manchester-based fashion blogger and marketing graduate. Coffee and Love Island addict. You can also change your DM settings

    Read More