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Twitter Follow and Be Followed to a New Career

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Presentation given at St. Hubert\'s Job and Networking Ministry

Presentation given at St. Hubert\'s Job and Networking Ministry


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  • 1. Twitter: Follow and Be Followed Towards a New Career Wanda Hartmann Oehrli twitter.com/wkhartmann twitter.com/welldash http://careertrend.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/tweeties_free_twitter_icons1.jpg
  • 2. Mg is for Marketing
    • About me
    • chemist
    • started MBA in 2008
    • entrepreneurship
    • web & marketing
    • volunteer
    • my project
      • Welldash.com
  • 3. Outline
    • Strategy
    • Your Tribe
    • What to Say,
      • Where to Say,
      • When to Say it,
      • Who to Say it to
    • Technical
    • How
    • Job websites
    • Applications
  • 4. Who Do You Tell What To?
  • 5. What, When, and Where to Say it
    • Facebook
    • Friends & family
    • LinkedIn
    • work
    MySpace “ the bar” Twitter coffee break? Email Snail mail phone You are invited to a BBQ Just Finished My MBA MSG Thank you for the interview Check out our latest song Anyone know of a good place to eat?
  • 6. How To Tweet
    • Types
    • Status
    • Link to site
    • Link to your content
    • Conversations
    • Broadcasts
    • News
    • Live-Tweeting
    • Etiquette
    • Don’t spam
    • Don’t over tweet about your content
    • Give credit
    • Don’t include private info
    • Don’t overshare
    • Treat with respect
    Twitter: Tips, Tricks and Tweets by Paul Mc Fedries
  • 7. Size of a Tribe
    • How big is your outer and inner circle?
  • 8. How to Get Started in Twitter
    • www.twitter.com
    • Create an account
  • 9. Create a Profile & Find People Navigation Tweets
  • 10. Create a Profile Picture from LinkedIn (limited to 700k) Bio is limited to 160 chars
  • 11.
    • people & companies you want to work for
    • decision makers in your industry
    • news & events
    Find & Follow People
  • 12. UnFollow Unfollow Navigate to Home  Following
  • 13. Retweet & Reply Retweet – so easy! Reply
  • 14. Shortening a website name
    • What do you do with long names?
    • bit.ly
    • ow.ly
    • nyti.ms
  • 15. #Hashtags Search by hashtag Tweets that have #wellness
  • 16. Mentions and DM 2. DM must be following each other d welldash How are things today? 1. Mention @welldash How are things today?
  • 17. Lists Segment your followers in to groups To search multiple fields https://search.twitter.com/advanced Search Advanced Search Searches all Tweets Searches & Lists
  • 18. Twitter Apps
    • Hootsuite.com
    • Schedule msg on
    • Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook
    • Tweetdeck.com
    • Tells you what is going on in Twitterverse
  • 19. tweetmyjobs.com I like this one the best. tweetajob.com video – woman followed people at Sodexo “ build the conversation” twitjobsearch.com
  • 20. Tweet My Jobs Chicago Sales Page Tweets
  • 21. Tweet My Jobs Via Email
  • 22. Examples of Jobs Found though Twitter
    • Public relations
    • Consulting
    • Freelance
    twitter.com/wkhartmann twitter.com/welldash
  • 23. Books
    • Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets Paul McFedries
    • How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Other Social Networks by Brad Schepp and Debra Schepp
    • The Twitter Job Search Guide: Find a Job and Advance Your Career in Just 15 Minutes a Day by Susan Britton Whitcomb, Chandlee Bryan, and and Deb Dib