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August 20, 2017
 

Learn How to Find Jobs on Social Networking Websites

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A lot of freelancers now use social networking websites as a tool to find jobs and this doesn't specifically refer to just YouTube or MySpace, either. No, many other social networking websites out there now exist just for professional connections and relationships. This means that they can help make online connections between people who can, in turn, help each other out in a professional manner. They have a very basic premise, really. Since you already know people who know other people, it makes sense that, by meeting more people online, your network will grow with it. So, if you know somebody online who knows somebody who knows someone else who is looking for the services you offer, you can get a job. In general, there are three methods that you can turn to that can help you find jobs on social networking websites. First of all, you can actively search for jobs on websites that are specifically made for that purpose. Secondly, you can post your profile on various social networking websites and hope that clients find you instead. And, lastly, you can focus on extensive networking on these websites to make more connections and find work through word-of-mouth. If you are smart, you will put all of these methods to use on your search for freelance jobs online.

Which Social Networking Websites Actually Work for Freelancers?

Before anything else, you have to find social networking websites that are actually effective in helping you get in touch with other people like you. So, try to look for websites that are especially designed for all-professional networking. These websites are usually very friendly towards freelancers, in general, and you will be able to browse the website for people in the same field as you and get in touch with them to let them know you have work available in case they need it. You can also put the job boards to use on some websites to find out if anyone is already looking for your freelancing expertise. These will help you make the most of your freelance job search.

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Vervex
October 15, 2011 - 2:30 am
This article is an empty shell. You speak of social networks but you don't name even one. You speak of Job Boards but you don't name any either. Your tips are so vague that you can barely call that a tip at all. Basically, all you're saying in this article is "post on job boards", "create a profile somewhere and wait to see if anyone notices you" and "speak to people and maybe they'll hire you, who knows". No details, not even a punch line. Seriously, why did you even bother posting this article? Are you that desperate for clicks on your site? *disappointed reader*
 
stephany
September 29, 2011 - 9:44 am
i'v seen most of the professional networking sites like LinkedIn,xing,paracalls.com etc and among them i think Linkedin is the best.. but paracalls.com has some new and unique features such as the integrated social tools like, instant messenger of yahoo, msn, gtalk, aol as well as facebook and twitter and many more things which make it completly different from others. seems by using this platform u can get connected with ur social and professional activities. u better check it out ;-) http://paracalls.com
 
kinzie
April 27, 2011 - 1:48 am
Just typing in google freelance opportunities is a great way to start. there were a bunch of different options and you can find the ones that work best for you. The thing about social networks is that you can network with the people you know who may know people that are looking for exactly what you can offer. If you do a great job they can refer you to other people and your business will expand.
 
 
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