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  • Social Mediafor StudentsSocial media best practices for landing(and keeping) a great job.
  • What We’ll Cover How Employers Stalk You Building Your Online Reputation Using Social Media to Land a Job
  • Competition is Fierce 9% Unemployment 14 Million Americans View slide
  • In 2009, 53% of employersused social media to screencandidates. 53% View slide
  • Today, over 91% ofemployers use social mediato screen candidates. 91%
  • What happens in Vegasgets posted on Facebook,Twitter, and YouTubebefore the night is over.
  • Keg Stand, Anyone?
  • Reasons EmployersDisqualified Candidates Inappropriate photographs or information Content about drinking or using drugs Bad-mouthing of employers, co-workers or clients Poor communication skills Misrepresentation of qualifications Source: Reppler study, 2011
  • Reasons EmployersHired Candidates Positive impression of personality and organizational fit Profiles supported professional qualifications Good references posted by peers Solid communication skills Source: Reppler study, 2011
  • How Employers StalkJob Candidates Online
  • theyGoogle you
  • Facebook 76%LinkedIn 53%Twitter 48%
  • theconnor:“Cisco just offered me a job!Now I have to weigh the utilityof a fatty paycheck against thedaily commute to San Jose andhating the work.”
  • timmylevad:“@theconnor Who is thehiring manager. I’m sure theywould love to know that youwill hate the work. We here atCisco are versed in the web.”
  • “I just split up withmy girlfriend, butlike the Japanese say,erell be anotherone oating by anyminute now.’”
  • what will ourgrandchildrenread about us in 50 years?
  • If only it werethis easy.
  • Building your OnlineReputation
  • Principles of OnlineReputation Management Be Yourself, Let Your Personality Show Self-Censor Your Posts Have Fun, But Be Smart Perception Is Reality Online
  • Facebook Control What is Public Create Friend Groups Regularly Review Privacy Settings Be Cautious of What You Post You Never Know Who is Watching
  • LinkedIn Complete Profile Add Applications Request Recommendations Participate in Groups and Answers Search for Jobs
  • Twitter Complete Your Profile Follow Industry Leaders Post About Relevant Topics Participate in TweetChats and Discussions Stalk Your Favorite Companies
  • Blog Buy Your Domain Name Show Your Experience and Knowledge Showcase Your Portfolio and Projects Include a Detailed Biography and Resume WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr
  • Google+ Create Circles (Groups) Be Aware Which Circles You Post In Be Cautious What You Post Publicly Find Industry Leaders Engage in Conversations
  • Using Social Mediato Land a Job
  • Plant a seed.
  • Beat Employers At TheirOwn Game Research Employers Using Google Follow Them on Twitter Connect With Them on LinkedIn Be Creative
  • Get Creative
  • Questions?follow me @beleylinkedin.com/in/brandoneleybrandon@brandoneley.com