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  • YOUR MEDIA PLATFORM Build & Market Your SOCIAL CV
    • Choose the media that suits you - Your Landing Page
    • Your URL-identity
    • Build your social CV bit by bit
  • A Social CV includes:
    • A landing / collecting page
      • The center of your social activities
      • With a personalised URL or domain (your-full-name)
    • Content
      • Text, keywords, links, pictures
    • Feeds
      • From all of your media
      • From like minded media
    • Links
      • To/ from relevant websites with many users
  • SUGGESTION for a Social Media CV
    • PHASE 1
    • Make Linkedin your landing page
      • Personalize public URL: in/yourname
    • Make it content reach ;
      • Picture
      • Endorsements
      • Portfolio (3 links )
      • Skills
      • Group Memberships
    • Feeds
      • Twitter updates
      • Blog posts
      • Slideshare presentations
  • For the more experienced
    • Make your blog your ” centric ” page
    • Retweet, like and comment from social networks
    • Become a contributing member in one/ more social networks
    • Feed blog posts into Linkedin
    • Link to all your media on your blog
    • Link to likewise media on your blog
    • Syndicate from Twitter
  • Make G o o g l e juice: Syndicate and link
    • Widgets are your new best friends
      • Find them on your blogs dashboard
    • Syndicate /RSS / feed
      • Share information across your media
      • Integrate data from other sites/ networks
    • Link to sites and social networks you relate to
      • Size matters
      • Relevance matters
  • GROW
    • Measure & maximise:
    • What impact do you make?
    • How visible are you?
  • If you have 1 hour to spend…
    • PRODUCE: 40 min.
    • Produce content
      • Use your keywords IN content
    • Present content
      • Use tags (key words)
    • Make a content summary
      • Blog post
        • Use categories tags
    • SPREAD THE WORD: 20 min.
    • Distribute
      • Tweet
      • Updates (Linkedin)
    • Ask for feedback
    • Refer (link) to your content when commenting on posts
      • Do it wisely and only when relevant
  • Monitor your growth
    • 1. Keep track on Google
      • Search on your keywords and name
    • 2. Linkedin Search
      • How many read your profile?
      • Growth in contacts
    • 2/3. Likes, RT’s, favorise
    • 3/4. Analytics
      • How many people find you?
    • 3/4. Subscribers & Followers
  • Tools to monitor (and enhance) your growth
    • vizibility.com
    • twitalyzer.com
    • tweepi.com
    • twiangulate.com
    • Socialmention.com
    • Klout.com
    • Peerindex.com
    • Customised Google Search
    • Twitter impact, influence and growth
    • X social media / mash-ups
    • Your social media score
  • But what is my ROI?
    • Traditionel JOB SEARCH
    • Instant Reply
    • Back to start
    • Same circles
    • Repetitions
    • Learning a discpline for discplines sake
  • But what is my ROI?
    • Social CV
    • Results over time
    • Not a quick-fix
    • The more you do, the more you get
    • You improve your social media skills
  • Remember: You only need one job! A good friend was using LinkedIn She noticed one day that a job had popped up … Which happened to be her perfect job . She got the job, with both parties being over the moon at finding each other .
  • Thank you for your time!
    • Did you find this presentation useful?
    • I have more (guides, tools and examples)
    • Follow me on Twitter for updates: @mariannesteen
    • Meet, follow and comment on:
    • http://mysocialcv.wordpress.com
    • http://Linkedin.com/in/mariannesteen
    • http://deliciuos.com/mariannesteen