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Social media platforms continue to pose an essential tool to utilize in a company or business. When it comes to choosing which platform is right and one that will be utilized to its fullest, select those that offer potential for reaching a specific target audience. It takes a lot of teamwork, time and resources to be able to obtain each platform to its fullest potential. In order to be successful, make sure to prepare and follow through in at least a few best practices for social media so you are not overwhelmed with each platform and are able to be successful in those particular practices. Social media platforms offer great opportunities for newsworthy information and help expand the reach of its content.
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Future Trend in Recruitment and Selection In Today’s world social media techniques and its related networking websites are playing foremost role in communication between people, organization and their members. Social networking applications such as Facebook and Skype assist people and corporations to communicate with each other for social and as a hiring tool. Many young people in the current era are doing their best to build their online networking career healthy and available to all the recruiters (Nigel Wright Recruitment, 2011). Moreover, Social Networking websites for recruiters is a great mechanism to scan applicants in a very short-time, however, it is not stress-free as it appears to be. A well-known survey indicates that many HR- Superiors didn’t hire applicants because of an unsuitable profile picture or comment made on their Facebook page and denying their application on the basis of their way of life that was fairly immoral (Career Builder UK, 2010).