Do you think Twitter is a big fat waste of time, and that it has no value in c-suite job search?
I urge you to think again, and at least explore what Twitter has to offer. I think you’ll find that it’s worth carving out Twitter-time in your search efforts.
I’ve rounded up the most recent posts I’ve written about Twitter to help you, along with my basic how-to post, listed first:
Start here. This post will help you set up your profile, get a feel for how it works, build your Twitter network, and includes a list of do’s and don’ts.
Think you don’t have time to come up with great tweets? Learn how you can leverage the value of Twitter with very little time and effort.
Many top employers are busy on Twitter – posting jobs and real-time news about the company, people, products and services. The companies you’re targeting may be there, so you should be too.
Many careers industry professionals tweet regularly and offer tips and resources on job search and career management. I’ve pulled together a list of some of the very best, for you to follow and learn from.
Business Week looked at 18 savvy chief executives who include Twitter in their personal brand and company brand ommunications plans.
For earlier Twitter posts, see my round-up Twitter Help and Strategies for Executive Job Search and Personal Branding.