How Our Social Media for Job Search Services Work

Scroll down to find out how our resume writing team can help you optimize your social media or job board profiles to reach your goals.

How Our Social Media Services Work

Over 90% of recruiters are on LinkedIn every single day looking for candidates for their open jobs. But, only 36% of people that are currently LOOKING for jobs use LinkedIn or other social media to pursue their goals. Our social media services are designed to help you to build the right message and to use the platforms the right way to reach your career goals. Here’s how they work:

CONNECT WITH YOUR ADVISOR

 

You may keep working with your resume writer or be paired with our LinkedIn coaches to discuss and define your message.

DRAFTING

 

Our team will take the information to prepare the written content, instructions, and insights you need to overhaul your profile that will be provided to you in a document.

YOU MAKE THE EDITS

 

You work through the document provided to make the recommended edits to your LinkedIn or other social media profile.

REVIEW

 

Connect with your advisor again to talk through your questions about their recommendations and to have them perform a final review.

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What Is Included in Your Social Media Package

CONSULTATION

 

Meet with your resume writer or advisor as much as needed to define your goals and message for the platform.

COPY

 

The social media services include the recommended content to copy/paste to your profile. Ask about our graphic design services to add an extra level of polish to your profile.

FINAL REVIEW

 

Your advisor will do as many edits as needed to get the copy right for you on the social media platform and to answer your questions about their recommendations.

Social Media Coaching

Our career coaches and social media team also continue to work with our clients to help them make the most of their profiles. Find out how if our team can help you maximize your efforts online today!

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