If you use Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites, do you know who can see your posts? If your employer can, you’ll want to read this to see how the information you share online can — or can’t — affect your job.
Looking for a job? Take a moment to explore your online profiles and optimize your presence so your digital footprint works for you, not against you.
Your resume and cover letter aren’t the only ways to stand out in your job search. Leverage your personal brand and social media to land your dream job.
Recruiters are looking at your social media profiles to make hiring decisions. Use these tips to get their attention — in the right way.
Do you use Facebook or Twitter? Even if you don’t tweet or update your status from the office, some employers are legally allowed to fire you for what you post — anywhere.
Buffer isn’t just a tool for managing your social networks — it can help you find a job, too. Here’s how to automate your job search.
You already know employers will Google the heck out of all potential candidates. So what do you really want them to see?
If you’re trying to jumpstart your career, take a good look at your social media profiles and make sure you’re not making one of these mistakes.
If you’re not using your Google+ profile to help your job search, you’re missing out on a great opportunity. Here’s how to look good to employers.
Be careful when posting vacation photos on social media. Here are some tips to help fight the urge.