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Tips to Create a Good Social Networking ProfileBY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Technology | Submitted: 2010-10-16 08:37:04
Article Summary: "Social networking has amazing uses and advantages. Learn how to make a great online profile for social networking..."
Social networking has gone a notch ahead and these days, more than the networking that is done socially, it is used for business deals and also for recruitment of new employees for a company. These days, the companies that are multinational in nature have got certain recruitment agents who assess the behavior of potential employees on the social networking platforms. In fact many of these companies use the social networks to check the claims of the potential employees.
There are certain methods that every social network user needs to follow to be able to have a good impression on the others who are searching for them on the internet, either professionally or otherwise. The fact that with the internet, the personal details of one person is very vulnerable to be seen by many others is ever present. In the years past, people could hide themselves without being known to other people. These days, even an email is enough to track a person if need be.
Some of the best methods to create a good social networking profile are:
1. Do not use unnecessary words:
The words that are used on the internet and especially on the social networking platform are the most important reason for many of the people to either get a job or lose a job. There are instances of people talking ill of their employers and since the employer may also be on the same social networking forum, this gets back to the person and the one who talked ill is sure to lose the job! The political affiliations and the various other factors including the background of the person can be checked on the internet. So using unnecessary words could land you in a soup!
2. Use a good and complete profile:
A complete profile is always better, especially if you are likely to get a job through the social networking platform. There are many people who look for jobs through the search and job portals on the internet. These days, it is much easier to find a job through the social networking sites than through the search portals. In fact a recent research has shown that the number of people who use the social networking sites for searching is much more than those who use the specific search engines.
3. Do not bad mouth other people:
It is seen that many of the social networks are full of people who bad mouth others. They could be talking about the politicians, their employers, friends or any other people. This causes a lot of problems later on if something relevant is read by someone who should not have read it. There are many people who have lost their jobs and have had various other problems because of the fact that the posts on the social networking site has been read by others.
4. Use for your benefit:
The social networking sites have many uses and so they should be used for the benefit rather than to try and attack other people. You can use the social networking very effectively to try and increase the traffic to your site. This will help you to be able to expand your online business. The traffic that is generated from the social networking sites is usually targeted and this will benefit the webmaster a lot.
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