Social Media Tips for Great Seattle Careers

Unbalanced Online Content

If your social networking connections are a mix of the personal and professional, you need to make sure you’re not perceived as “partying” more than working.

“You’re not only being judged by the personal content versus professional content you post, it’s also about the ratio of non-work-related posts that show up in your feed,” he says. If too many “personal” posts are appearing, you may come across as someone who’s not dedicated or serious about your job or professional responsibilities.

“A good rule to follow is this: one third ‘interesting content’ posts, one third ‘informative’ posts and one third ‘promotional’ posts,”.