#How to use APSense to boost your career?by APSense ADVISER baghzaf APSense Adviser for Social Media!
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- #Facebook to network
- #Instagram to inspire
- #Blogs to give your opinion
- #Twitter to show your curiosity
- #Wordpress, tumblr, or simply Medium
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"I'm not hanging out on Instagram, I'm preparing my future, nuance!" @Shutterstock
Your APSENSE profile is perfectly calibrated to impress recruiters. But what about your other social media accounts? Here's how to optimize them to serve your career and begin sharing through your Apsense backoffice.
Facebook to network
The most used social network in the world has turned into a space for exchanges between professionals who do not necessarily know each other, and who give advice, help each other, and even meet IRL. To do the same, join groups, according to your affinities and your needs, and participate in a maximum of events. It's common to use your personal account for networking, but be careful with your privacy settings to let only see what you want.
Instagram to inspire
If you are in a creative, social, or even a trade that requires cultural curiosity, you can bet on Instagram to give recruiters or potential customers an idea of who you are. Without seeming to, you can use this network to show how well you know how to organize a perfect event, match the colors, or that you know everything about the latest trends. Life skills that can be transferred to the professional world.
Blogs to give your opinion
Wordpress, tumblr, or simply Medium There are many platforms that will allow you to write on a particular theme, on an ad hoc or regular basis. Two options for your blog to serve your professional life: either it will be a question of your field of activity, if you are a true enthusiast, or it will be linked to a more personal subject but will show your ability to communicate, to manage a community, to keep you informed of the latest news.
Twitter to show your curiosity
Using Twitter can be a bit more risky because in 140 characters you don't necessarily have the time to really express a point of view. It is therefore better to use this network to share articles related to his field of activity. You can also follow professionals you admire or boxes that interest you for monitoring. This will serve as inspiration for your next interviews. And who knows, you may even see an informal job offer circulating there?
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