How do I write my Twitter bio?
It’s the number one question I get in training especially when you plan to useTwitter for the purpose of recruitment. It’s true, it’s not easy to write your Twitter bio.
But it matters if you want to grow a following of (the right) people! You have seconds to make an impression and to be followed, and being followed is where the magic happens.
Your Twitter bio is less formal than your LinkedIn profile but, probably, not as informal as Facebook. You want to be clear about what you do and also give people something to talk to you about.
So this is what I think you should do with your 160 characters:
What do you think should be in a Twitter bio?
Let me know in the comments below.
Recruiting on Twitter
Twitter is lot like a pub and it’s most likely, you’d never walk in a pub and yell, “Want a job?” Yet, everyday I see Recruiters spray ‘n’ pray their jobs onto Twitter without taking the time to build a following of the right people.
If you take the time to understand how to use Twitter, it will be a brilliant addition to your social recruiting tool kit for talent pooling, engaging and employer branding.
If you’d like to understand how to use Twitter effectively, you’ll find the (updated) eBook and 5 supporting videos, will get you on your way.
— Jane Hayes (@JaneHayes_) June 1, 2017
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