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The definitive guide to social media job hunting—now updated to include GOOGLE+!
Finding your dream job the old way just doesn’t happen anymore. If you want to move up in today’s ultracompetitive job market, you have to master the most useful tools out there—social networks.
How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, Second Edition, helps you take full advantage of the bounty of opportunities found on the most popular sites. Online job-search experts Brad and Debra Schepp take you step-by-step through the process of joining networks, creating effective online profiles, and leveraging the job-search features of the most popular sites, including:
LinkedIn's InMaps—Get a complete visual of your network for a faster, more efficient job search
Facebook's BranchOut—Learn more about your friends’ careers, so you can help them—and they can help you
Twitter's Lists—Build a customized list of users to discover opportunities you might otherwise miss
Google+'s Circles—Get the most relevant information about yourself into the hands of the right people
File Size: 18925 KB
Print Length: 274 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
If you have never used LinkedIn, read this book. If you have used LinkedIn for years (as I have), read this book! Go through it with your web browser open to LinkedIn. You will keep looking back and forth between book and screen and finding ways to:
Have gotten real clients with this…..
on October 17, 2013
Have gotten real clients with this and the companion book……
on October 9, 2014
By Dona Pittman
Looking for Help
on September 9, 2013
By L. Bruce
I bought the book especially for my daughter, and she has not said that i was helpful. However on looking through it with the eyes of a retiree, it seems to be well organized and should give some real help to using Facebook, Linkedin,Twitter and Google.
Excellent book, clearly written, on using LinkedIn etc. for the job market
on November 25, 2012
By Charles Iseman
Superb book, very clearly written, on the many ins and outs of using LinkedIn (also Facebook, Twitter, Google+) for networking in the job market, for finding jobs, for giving and receiving recommendations, etc. Very well done!
Must have for college students and young professionals
on June 21, 2012
By Alex Parks
Whether you’re a college student on the hunt for your first job, a young professional developing your network and personal brand, or a seasoned professional looking for a career change, this book is an absolute must have. Networking and relationship building have always been keys to career success, and Brad does a fantastic job laying out strategies for creating and maintaining your professional online presence.
How to find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+
on June 18, 2012
By Chris C.
I thought this book was excellent! Learned alot of little tricks, the LinkedIn part was the most helpful. It was two thirds of the book. I went on vacation, read the book on the plane, updated my profile when I got back, and I have had at least a phone interview every day, sometimes more than one. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a job. There was alot of up to date information which was valuable since the world of social networking is always changing.
on June 20, 2012
By Sahar Consulting, LLC
This is a great read to have in your arsenal, in today’s changing world of social media and social media marketing it becomes evident why everyone need to use that power of self branding using social media either as a job seeker or even small business. Social Media has leveled the field for everyone to shine of done right.
Lots of good information here
on January 28, 2013
By Maggie N
This book is very informative. If you like this book, try also “How to Find your Best Job Ever” by Maggie Neilson. A lot of very practical advice, including personal presentation.