Twibble is designed to do three things very well, and very easily:
- Ensure your twitter account is always tweeting interesting, relevant content
- Increase engagement with your followers
- Gain you more followers
Last time, we talked about how you can use Twitter with Twibble, and ended up explaining the logic behind what it means to “get the most” out of Twitter.
Today we’ll go full circle and explain exactly how Twibble works, how to use it, and how Twibble was designed to achieve that aforementioned goal of “getting the most” out of Twitter.
Accurately and efficiently matching jobs with the best talent is a seemingly unsolvable problem that’s plagued employers and (potential) employees since the dawn of time. Besides the fundamental noise problem — job seekers applying to jobs for which they’re not even properly qualified — is the two-sided visibility issue: ensuring that jobs get noticed by more and better qualified candidates; and on the flip side, that candidates can be more easily discovered for the appropriate jobs.
As a job search tool, Twitter is definitely a hit or (mostly) miss proposition: the nature of Twitter’s timeline means tweets are by definition a fleeting moment in time, so hoping to be discovered by a hiring manager on Twitter is only slightly more probable than looking up at just the right moment to spot a meteor streaking across the night sky.
Fortunately, there are a few useful tips and tricks that can increase your odds of better leveraging Twitter not only to find talent, but to find jobs, too.