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5 tips for keeping up social media to help you land a job

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8:45 AM | 11 November 2016
by Gergana Tacheva
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Gergana Tacheva gives five tips for anyone with social media accounts to use as a way of landing work.

1. Update and Complete Your Social Media Profiles

Keep your LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and Pinterest up to date. This is your opportunity to show your experience, skills, education, achievements, passion, interests and hobbies. In fact, employers are often looking for new people via using free social media platforms. Moreover, make sure that your information is completed and well-organised.

2. Follow & Subscribe

This is your chance to show interest by engaging with influential people and brands you are fascinated by. Comment, share and like their posts! Engage! Engage! Engage!

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