Assuming you’ve already created your Twitter account, you should then begin with the follow button. It’s easy. Start following people in your field and organizations you’d like to work for.
Many companies will tweet about new opportunities before the jobs are widely posted. Industry insiders also tweet about interesting new developments you should be aware of — company expansions, hiring trends, and more.
Join the conversation when it’s relevant to your industry. Retweet sage advice. Offer words of wisdom based on your experience in the industry. Get to know the people who are discussing your industry on Twitter and give them an opportunity to get to know you. Add some “Twitter friends” to your network.
Take advantage of hashtags (#). Avid social media enthusiasts understand the importance of hashtags, but if you’re new to the world of Twitter, or just beginning to consider it for your job search needs, the hashtag can help you quickly find available opportunities.