Consider your tone on social media
No one wants to work with negative people
We all know that our personality is revealed through our writing style and content, but we often forget that our tone plays a big role in how we are perceived by others and also affects the quality of our engagement with other people.
Are the topics you post on or status updates you make often dark and serious? Is the tone condescending or sarcastic? Is there a lot of negativity?
Employers, recruiters, colleagues, potential customers, would all prefer to work with people who are positive and upbeat and who they can enjoy doing business with.
An example of a Twitter account with a negative tone
Social Check Recommends:
1. Be conversational and approachable
Engaging with others is a great way to make new contacts and find new opportunities. Consider posting or contributing to industry related groups or your personal website or blog and always allow others to participate and comment.
2. Have a positive attitude online
People want to work and do business with positive people. Consider projecting a positive attitude online. People might get the wrong impression of you if you are always negative and you run the risk of missing out on opportunities.
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