by Julia Salem
Nov 17 2015
BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of social media profiles, featuring Samuel Dergel, from Stanton Chase, Daniel Galin, from Daubenspeck and Associates, and Per-André Marum, from Panamera Search.
Some of the questions asked included:
- What key information should be listed on my social media profiles if I am seeking a new position?
- Is it a good practice to reveal in your social media profiles that you are unemployed?
- Should I optimize my profiles even if I’m not looking? If so, what should be included?
- How can I find out which keywords I should include in my profiles?
- Is it appropriate to optimize all of my social media profiles for job search?
- What kinds of things do I need to keep out of my public social media profiles?
- What tips do you have for optimizing my LinkedIn profile?
- What tips do you have for optimizing my Facebook profile?
- Are executive recruiters utilizing Facebook as a sourcing tool?
- What tips do you have for optimizing my Twitter profile?
- Is it a good idea to set up a personal website in addition to my social media profiles?
If you missed it, catch up on all the excellent advice that was given in the Storify transcript below.
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