In general, I don’t believe in new year’s resolutions. Often, they are too general and ineffective. But when it comes to our social media habits, I believe we could all make an exception. That’s because bad social media habits can hurt your online reputation, which can have a detrimental effect on your career. And unlike other habits, making changes on social media is relatively easy and doesn’t take much effort.
Social media can help you find your next job in 2015, but for that to happen, you need to be smart in the way you use social networking sites. If you’re serious about elevating your career in the new year, here are 4 social media resolutions you should consider taking on: