With the new ear of social media 2.0, people are becoming more and more fascinated towards the adoption and impersonation of its advantages and gains. Replicating the same, corporate world is also visualizing the social media stream with a complete different view and as a result career portals are flooded with lots of related openings. But wait…..how do you hold your nerve and break the ice to crack such interviews?
Generally, companies prefer to hire well-tuned bloggers, internet addictives or people who have well-connected with online communities for such positions. While internet has covered a mile and it has been a “need-to-have” service for everyone these days, the competition is surging gradually with every passing day.
So, what’s the way to come over such obstacles and challenges and come out with an offer letter for social media related positions; you may find some help from below infographic from mindflash.
This is a cool infographic and very accurate. I got my start doing pro bono work and it was a must to build my portfolio. I would also add to this list that you need to read and then read some more. I learned all my knowledge by subscribing to RSS feeds and webinars of prominent people in the social media space