You can submit your feeds on all major search engines; you can integrate them on Feed Directories. And you can integrate your RSS feed into your social network which is what I will focus on this article.
Courses: Another section on My LinkedIn that is under-utilized is “Courses”. Most people think it’s only for college students and recent graduates. However, when you are unemployed, you can add professional courses or certifications that you are taking. For example, say you are an Administrative Assistant and you are trying to advance your skills in Microsoft Office. In this section, you can add the online courses that you are taking to reflect that you are advancing your skills.
People like Twitter because it’s simple. It allows you to get to the gist of the subject instead of having to read or watch a video, etc. Yes, people are that impatient. That’s the microwave society we live in where we want something and we want it ten minutes ago. But you can use that to your advantage when you think of social networking in those terms. By using Twitter, you’re able to give people a bit of what you’re talking about so that they can click on your link to find out more. But if you want people to respond to your Twitter, whether you’ve Tweeted directly or you’ve had it updated through Posterous, you need to intrigue people with the Tweets you leave.
When applying to jobs online – if there is an option to upload, then use the MS Word. If the only option is to copy and paste into a text box, then use the plain text (.txt) version.
I wanted to find a simple, one step method to sync my status updates on all my social networking sites. Man, I just wanted to get off the Social Media Hamster Wheel! I would even pay for it, that’s how much it would be worth it to me.
Now you don’t have to offer the same, but you need to offer something of value. This way you will build excellent relationships and trust with your prospects.