Tips for using YouTube and Twitter to land a job

04/21/2013 | AOL Jobs

Job seekers should consider posting a video resume on YouTube or composing a "Twesume," a 140-character resume on Twitter, to help them land a job, career coach Marty Nemko writes in this blog post. Also, employers often do Google searches on candidates, so job seekers should be sure any embarrassing online activity has been scrubbed, he advises.

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