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Twitter basics for businesses and individuals

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Many social media experts talk about Twitter and how essential it can be for your marketing strategy. Is Twitter the right network for your personal brand or your company? That, I don’t know. But if you decide to get started, here are some advices.

Discover the 5 basic steps!

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Clean up the mess!

The two last blog posts focused on the classic steps and tools for your job/internship search. Let’s now get back to serious stuff and be ready to rock your social applications!

Before sending out your applications (résumé, cover letter, etc.) think about what the recruiter will do when (s)he receives it. Unless (s)he has an awfully low Internet connection_ in which case receiving your email must have been the miracle of the day, I bet (s)he will search you online.

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How to protect your data (very) quickly

Here is a click “how to do” post regarding the protection of your data for the main social networks (well, the main ones that I use).

1) Facebook : limit access to your data from the « settings » on the top right corner of your page

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Get your weapons ready!

Following up on the “Job/Internship search”, the article of this week focuses on the essential tools you need to prepare before starting the application process.

Now that you know where you want to work and what you want to do, you need to get your application tools ready! My first advice when preparing your personal toolbox is structure. It may not sound sexy, but structure really is my motto. And if this is not the first article you read from this blog, you already know that bullet points are my friends and explicit sentences are the best.

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Prepare your application’s toolkit: step 1, 2 and 3

2012 is over and, for some of you, so is your final semester of classes. And what are your plans for 2013? Finding a long-term internship? Finding your first job? Or maybe you’re already employed but looking for a new position. The most important thing during your job search is preparation.

This article is the first of the series and focus on the “pre-work”. Know what you can do, what you want to do and where you want to do it before starting your job search. See it like an test question: you must understand the question clearly before offering a relevant answer!

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