There are lots of books on Twitter right now – I was supposed to write one of the earliest but I was in the middle of rewriting I’m on LinkedIn — Now What??? and I wasn’t sure I wanted to write another technical book that would have to be updated every year! I opted to not do that but instead create hands-on, visual webinar recording that shows you how to use Twitter.
Twitter for Job Seekers (the video) is specifically designed for professionals in a job search.
It is a 1 hour and 24 minues (and one second) video, walking you through what Twitter is, and how to use it in your job search.
It’s based on the idea that you want to find network contacts who can help you in your job search – find people to add to your own personal/professional network, as well as how to communicate with them after you find them.
There is also training on what to do with your own Twitter account. As a professional, what could or should you be tweeting? (going into personal branding, and how to use Twitter as a Personal Branding tool)
I show you how to get value out of Twitter EVEN IF YOU DON’T HAVE A TWITTER ACCOUNT. This is essential for many professionals who aren’t excited to jump on this bandwagon, but still want to tap into the power that Twitter.com has created. There is significant power there – and you can tap into it without even signing up for an account.
I won’t try to convince anyone to get a Twitter account, but I do want you to learn how to use this tool so you can achieve your career management objectives.
To access the recording (as many times as you like) simply do the following:
- Login to JibberJobber.com. This is as security measure so this video isn’t shared out inappropriately. If you don’t have a JibberJobber account, get one on the front page – it takes about 60 seconds.
- Mouse over the Tools link (from the main menu) and go all the way down to Videos (click on the Videos link).
- The last tab on Videos is “Premium Videos.” Twitter for Job Search is the last one there.
This $50 investment into your career management is worth it… once you are done you should have your brain wrapped around Twitter as a tool, and know how you are going to incorporate it into your job search strategy.
(if you are already logged into JibberJobber, simply click here)