Top 8 Online Tools to Boost Your Job Search

Do you want to find a job? Want to learn how to use all the online resources to get it? We have a wide range of tips and tricks, as well as the tools that we recommend below.

Top 8 Online Tools to Boost Your Job Search

1. Setting up a profile

First, create a unique LinkedIn profile. Your profile should include the following:

Localization

Education background

Summary for professionals

Notable skills

Up to date profile picture

If you have an online resume, link to it

The ‘about’ section of a construction worker can look something like this:

“A project manager certified in time management and quality work.”

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2. Connecting

Your success can depend on the people you have in your network. It is essential to have the right people in your network. The power of social media will only be realized if you have the right people around you.

Social Plus buying Instagram Likes will boost your profile. Look for former colleagues, bosses, and supervisors.

It is possible to add college friends or colleagues who work in the same field as you. This will help you build your professional network. You might be able to get help from a former colleague who has recently moved on to a better job.

Connect with strangers if you see them in the same place. You must be specific and personal in your request for connection, e.g.

Robert, I noticed you work in the construction industry. I have been in this industry for over 20 years. “I would love to get in touch with you.”

3. Joining Facebook groups relevant to your niche and participating in discussions

LinkedIn is the most popular social networking site, but Facebook can help you build your professional network.

Join Facebook groups to network with professionals in your field.

Joining an engineering group will give you the opportunity to gain knowledge from other engineers, network, and find out about career opportunities and job openings.

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4. Getting endorsements

LinkedIn’s new feature, “Report to your network”, is something you should try if you don’t have it yet.

You have the option to include personal testimonials about yourself and your work. Although it can seem strange to ask for endorsement, consider this your job reference.

To have positive reviews on your profile, you can ask for endorsements from friends, customers, or former managers. This will provide recruiters and hiring managers with a solid indication of your credibility and authenticity.

5. Google yourself

Some statistics show that candidates can be rejected by companies after they have reviewed their social media profiles.

You can Google your username to see what your online presence looks like from the outside.

Make sure you do not have anything that might make potential recruiters run away. You can post old photos that are implicating on Facebook or tweets that are too political.

Privacy settings are also useful because they allow you to hide information you don’t wish to be made public.

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6. Participating in discussions on Twitter

You can also use your social media platform to make relevant contributions on Twitter while searching for a job.

Find hashtags in your industry and join the discussion. If someone searches for that trend, they will see the post. This will make you an industry expert.

Engaging and following thought leaders in your field is a smart idea. This will help you build relationships with professionals in the industry and make your name known to recruiters and hiring managers.

Trending topics often have to do with current events. This is why it is important to keep up-to-date with the latest industry news.

This is evident with the pandemic, which affected all industries. Twitter is full of popular topics about the pandemic, its impact and other related topics. It is important to know the best time of day to join the conversation. This will help you be noticed by potential employers.

You can search for discussion topics about major projects or industrial development and then retweet the ones that interest you. Twitter offers a “retweet without a quote” feature that allows you to share your thoughts and add your insights.

7. How to find out more about employers

Social media has a wide range of applications. You can narrow your search down to just a few companies within your industry.

Visit the company’s website, social media platforms, and blog. This will allow you to access current information as well as learn more about their company culture.

Engage with a company on social media if you are interested in working for them. Leave insightful comments and useful advice on their posts. Share their posts to increase visibility.

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8. Answering Reddit and Quora questions

Professionals, regardless of their industry, can find great information on forums like Reddit or Quora. These platforms can be used to expand your professional knowledge, and to position yourself as an expert on a subject.

Reddit, Quora and other social media sites are great places to look for information. You might also find people asking questions about your niche.

Answering the questions can make you an industry expert.

Answer as many questions as possible. You might be recognized by experts in your field, which can be a good thing.

These answers may appear when users search for the same type of question that you answered in search engines.

These tips should help you land a job that you love.

Originally published at https://www.the-next-tech.com on January 12, 2022.

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