Social Networking for Career Success, by Miriam Salpeter

I’m excited to announce I’m Maggie Mistal’s guest on her radio program, “Making a Living” on Martha Stewart Living Radio, SIRIUS/XM 110 this week. Maggie’s show airs Fridays 4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific, and you can catch me this Friday, July 8th.

We’ll be talking about my new book, Social Networking for Career Success, and I’ll be offering tips and advice for job seekers and entrepreneurs about the right social networks to join and use.

If you haven’t listened in to Maggie’s show, you are missing out! Her past guests include: Martha Stewart, Deepak Chopra, Stephen Covey, Sally Field, Patricia Heaton, Ty Pennington, Barbara Corcoran, Dilbert creator Scott Adams and Henry Winkler.

Get your career questions answered on the career hotline by calling 1-866-675-6675. Tune in with a FREE trial of SIRIUS!

Posted on July 4, 2011 by Miriam Salpeter | Comment on this post

Social networking opens the door for a lot of creative job search techniques. Take a look at this video describing how a few Twitter users attracted the attention of Creative Directors and landed jobs. As the post on TNW Twitter, where I saw this story, notes, this technique would only work if the target audience is using, and not a a desktop or mobile application. (Hat tip to @shally for sharing this post on Twitter.)

How can you use social media to attract your target audience?


Posted on July 3, 2011 by Miriam Salpeter | Comment on this post

I recently had a birthday, and receiving warm birthday wishes from people via Twitter and Facebook — many from people I have never met in person — helped me reflect on social media and how valuable it is, both personally and professionally. I don’t usually record video posts, but thought I’d turn over a new leaf and try it out! Thanks for watching, and be sure to share your experiences with social media for your personal and professional lives in the comments!

Posted on June 24, 2011 by Miriam Salpeter | Comment on this post
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