1. Your profile pictures are typically:
(a) Smiling headshots
(b) With friends or from
the last weekend’s
2. Your social media mantra is:
(a) Would I want my boss
to read this?
(b) Be myself!
(c) Anything goes.
3. You typically post or update:
(a) At least daily.
(b) Too many platforms, too little time.
(c) Post? I mostly look at other pages.
4. Your Facebook privacy settings are:
(a) Set so only friends
can see my pictures,
tags, and posts.
(b) I’m not sure. I should
(c) My profile is public.
5. Your LinkedIn profile:
(a) Is updated and keyword
optimized. It shows
(b) Is updated with experience
and skills, but has few
endorsements (or none at all).
(c) Keyword, what?
6. Your LinkedIn connections are mostly:
(a) Co-workers and professionals
within fields you’re interested.
(b) Friends and co-workers.
(c) I don’t have many connections.
7. When a co-worker adds you on social media you:
(a) Accept their
requests and consider
my privacy settings.
connect with them.
(c) Ignore their
requests. They don’t
need to see my
pictures and posts!
8. When you Google your name the search results:
(a) Show my social media
profiles, posts I’ve written,
accomplishments, and my
(b) Show some of my social
media profiles and some
posts about other people.
(c) Pictures I’ve been
tagged in and results
about other people.
Mostly As: You’re a Social Media Career Champion!
You’re social media savvy, which helps
power up your online image for career
Social Career Champs know that
potential employers are looking at their
online personal brand. They love
developing their network and increase
their career power by being passionate
and professional online. You’re all about
creating a memorable brand and know
that social media really packs a punch!
That said, don’t get bogged down. Here
are some tips to prioritize your personal
branding efforts on social media.
Mostly Bs: You’re a Social Media Career Contender!
You’re spending time in all the right
places. You have a big network and
plenty of experience. Use that to
define who you are as a
professional! Focus more on the
quality of content and connections,
instead of quantity.
Career Contenders know employers
are checking out their social media
and always want to send the right
Leave a lasting impact on your
personal brand by sending a
consistent message on social media!
Click here to learn more.
Mostly Cs: You’re a Social Media Career Novice.
You already use social media, but it’s
a last resort for powering your career.
Social Media Career Novices could
pay more attention to the details that
build a personal brand and a network.
Your career accomplishments are
great. With some social media
improvement, you can send the right
message about your professional
experience and drive your career into
the championship ranks!
Want to gain more career power
through social media? Check out this
post for some helpful tips!
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