Twitter tales of job leads. (Thinkstock)By Amy Levin-Epstein for CBS MoneyWatch.com
I used to think of LinkedIn as a career tool, Facebook as a way to catch up with friends, and Twitter as an outlet for procrastinating. Over the six months I've been writing On The Job, however, I've learned how Facebook can help get you hired, and how we can all use LinkedIn more effectively.
I still had my doubts about the usefulness of Twitter, but I've discovered that Twitter can be a wonderful way to promote a work project, publicize your "brand" as a freelancer or small business owner, and learn about potential employers. Still, I wondered - can Twitter help you land an actual job? After putting feelers out, the resounding answer is yes!
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