“Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok ? I use that everyday. Who needs to be trained in it?”

Young Employee sentiment like this has quickly become the stuff of nightmares for companies and employers today. Why? Well, because somebody who grows up being a social media native, doesn’t make them an expert in using social media at work or getting a job. While businesses are racing head-on into the social media arena, the contemporary young workforce is still seriously ill-equipped to help unlock its value. And that value is simply enormous. We give you three steps and lots of social media savvy tips and tricks (e.g. at which time and how many times you should post on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, see below) on your journey to work !

To read our latest newsletter(s) and other news about our transnational project meetings and blended mobility, click here. Which three steps you have to take to unlock your profesional social media savvy value?, read below.

Step 1 - Study & Research

Do your research! YouTube Video's and online articles and blogs hold a huge amount of information on general skills and knowledge regarding social media.

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Step 2 - Create Platforms

Pick what social media platforms will suit you best. From professional to networking all the way to creative. We advice to pick a few platforms and stand out on those!

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Step 3 - Stay Savvy

Most importantly, Stay Savvy. You need to stay connected to your audience. Creating a platform is easy but maintaining it and updating it, is the secret.

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Since 1993

OUR PROJECT

The aim of the Social Media Savvy Project (2017-3-UK01-KA205-046578) is to facilitate a Social Media Savvy website providing guidance, advice, tips and tricks on how to build personal media savvy platforms, to help young people to create an attractive Social Media Savvy profesional digital identity on their journey to work. SMS is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

Our SMS Programme and Products are targeted at young people aged 14-24, teachers, trainers and youth workers. 

 

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