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| Informative SpeechJune 6, 2015 |
Professional use of social media
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How many of you all have a Facebook account? What about a Twitter account? In today’s world, 56% of people check Facebook daily, there are 120,000 tweets sent every second, 64% of Twitter users and 51% of Facebook users are more likely to buy the products of brands they follow online. They are over 150 industries and over 200,000 organizations on LinkedIn. Social media tools offer unique opportunities for change and productivity. Today, I will be discussing how professional use of social media allows us students to network with professional and personal connections, help with job searching and build our online presence and brand.
First off, when I think about social media being used professionally, the first thing that lights a bulb in my head, is LinkedIn. LinkedIn allows you to connect with classmates, faculty, and family professionally. You can also find new opportunities for internships and full time positions. You can manage what potential employers learn about you from the internet. It allows you to research the company you may choose to work for. Let’s be clear about something though, LinkedIn is not the place to post party photos or what you ate for breakfast this morning. I mean, I highly doubt your future employer cares about that. LinkedIn gives you the keys to controlling your online identity.
Secondly, since the job market today is pretty much an ocean with a lot of fishes, one should find alternatives to how they look for a job. For example, LinkedIn allows you to message key network contacts. Also, make sure that your profile is complete and up to date. You see some similarities in Facebook. Facebook started off as a social network for college students, but now everyone can go there to seek professional experience. You have the option to choose what information on your…...

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