9. Step 7: Engage Join the conversation Respond, Comment & Like
10. Step 8: Caution Dont: Only connect with the intent to sell Connect, but never interact Spam groups
11. Find Information About Hiring Managers Before you submit your resume, look up the hiring manager on LinkedIn and Twitter. Knowing more about the person whos hiring can help you tailor your cover letter.
12. Hyperlink Your Resume Add the URL for your Twitter handle and LinkedIn profile to offer the employer another way of getting in touch with you and it shows that you are social media savvy.
13. Create The Connections You Need To Get The Job Figure out who you need to know to land a certain job, and make that connection by, such as: Follow them on Twitter and retweet their tweets Grow your LinkedIn network until they become a third-degree connection Leave comments on their company Facebook page Read their personal (or business) blog and engage
14. Get Google On Your Side If you dont like what pops up when you Google yourself, create accounts on new sites to push your profile to the top. Tip: do a search NOT logged into your Google account, as Google personalizes search results.
15. Show Up In Google Search Results LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Slideshare Instagram YouTube About.me Foursquare Flickr Pinterest TIP: Use your real name and keep your handle consistent
16. Join Industry Chats on Twitter Look for chats that revolve around your industry or the industry you want to work in, such as #MiJobChat or Twitter chats keep you up-to-date on the industry, meet helpful contacts, and showcase expertise in your field
17. Ensure Your Profiles Are Professional Assume everyone can see everything Remember, the delete button is a lie Be an expert on your privacy options
18. Thank You Chad Wiebesick firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @wiebesick