Your Social CV Step 4 and 5Presentation Transcript
YOUR MEDIA PLATFORM Build & Market Your SOCIAL CV
Choose the media that suits you - Your Landing Page
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)
Text, keywords, links, pictures
From all of your media
From like minded media
To/ from relevant websites with many users
SUGGESTION for a Social Media CV
Make Linkedin your landing page
Personalize public URL: in/yourname
Make it content reach ;
Portfolio (3 links )
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
Measure & maximise:
What impact do you make?
How visible are you?
If you have 1 hour to spend…
PRODUCE: 40 min.
Use your keywords IN content
Use tags (key words)
Make a content summary
Use categories tags
SPREAD THE WORD: 20 min.
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
How many people find you?
3/4. Subscribers & Followers
Tools to monitor (and enhance) your growth
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
Back to start
Learning a discpline for discplines sake
But what is my ROI?
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 .