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share your experiences on social networking tools, tks [#permalink]
27 Jun 2009, 14:36
I am not that enthusiastic in social networking thing, unlike some people who check facebook everyday, I log in there around once per month. I know I might need to adapt to the tech world to improve my networking skills. 1, is facebook, twitter or linkin enough? I mean, too many social networking applications would drive me crazy.....I prefer as less social networking tools as possible, but not sure which are essential and more effective in networking for a business school student.
2, I guess there are two functions for these social networking applications (besides just for fun): a), expose yourself to potential recruiters; b) keep updated with the news of the recruiters you have interest…….is that all?
How do you guys implement the objectives? For example, I have a twitter account, but I do not know where the account of m interested company is and I do not know where the HR people’s account is, and I have a facebook account, besides get information from my classmates, I do not know what else facebook can do to improve my networking and job seeking.
Please share your stories and experiences on social networking here, any commend will be appreciated; I believe it is a fun topic. Thanks
As to facebook - i do not have an account and not planning to get one - it is just another thing to do and check and I am already short on time. I think I am the old generation though. Today's 20-something are multi-taskers with a need for instant updates and information so i think the facebook model fits them much better.