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Become a social detective

Everybody talks about social media as the new revolution for marketing, communication, sales and even recruitment activities. I agree that social networks are wonderful tools with many diverse purposes (and I will write other articles on these purposes very soon). But, what if you don’t see the need to use social media for visibility, sales or recruitment? What if you wish to remain silent online?

Become a social detective by Florence Poirel

Don’t be afraid of silence: become a social detective!

You may not see the need to promote your business online, but there are many other ways to use social networks. I will focus on the three main networks (Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter) but the ideas below can obviously be true for any social network.
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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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Best ways to protect your privacy and secure your personal branding!

While writing my next article on Linkedin functionalities and the best ways to use them to promote yourself, I thought of another article I posted a few month ago. So, as my next article will come out on Wednesday, I decided to re-post this previous article on Social Media, and its multiple dangers: the security over personal data, the risk that a potential recruiter would find personal information… and the best ways to secure your personal brand!

As a Gen Y, I obviously have a specific vision and opinion on Social Media; in my mind, there is nothing dangerous as long as you know where you’re going!

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Bonjour Social Media Lovers!

Glad you found this page! I am pleased to meet you here.

As a French International Business & Communication Master student, I decided to validate my degree by writing a Research Paper on Social Media Value.

But what is the real purpose of Social Media? Isn’t it inviting people to share their opinions, tastes, concerns? This is why I created this blog. So feel free to post comments, ask questions and share your experiences!

A bientôt, Florence

Social Media Value

 
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Posted by on May 21, 2011 in Social Media Value

 

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