A collection of Twitter strategies and resources for executive personal branding, online identity-building and job search.
I’m interested in building mutually beneficial relationships and connecting with people with shared interests.
Leverage the value of strategic re-tweeting to build brand evangelism and a quality Twitter following.
Just as I figured, once I took the Twitter plunge, I understood why so many people love it.
Twitter gives me a good ROI for personal brand positioning, network-building, and online identity building.
Several bloggers who offer great advice on using Twitter.
When approached with a solid strategic plan, Twitter is a powerful c-level executive personal branding and job search tool.
15 Tweeple Who Post Executive Jobs on Twitter
15 Twitter people who routinely post executive job openings or serve as a platform for job seekers to post their candidacy.
TwiTip and Mashable: Two places to find a wealth of Twitter strategies, lessons, and don’t-do’s.
Twitter Packs a Powerful Google Juice and Personal Branding Punch
Twitter has become an important place to be when you’re building and managing your online personal brand identity by optimizing its user profile title tags.
Although hesitant to admit it, C.G. Lynch blogged on CIO.com about his own social media fatigue.
Peg Corwin at SCORE Chicago, put together a monster list of 52 links to posts on getting the best out of Twitter.
LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc: Fearing the Addictive Pull of Too Many Online Business and Social Networking Sites
Although I knew the value of Twitter, at the time I wrote this post I had decided not to embrace Twitter. That’s all changed now.
How one executive turned around his failed job search by taking advantage of the researching and networking capabilities on Twitter.