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 Activia Blog – Social Media 

 Useful tips on how to improve your social media skills and better present your brand 

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With the rate of unemployment in the United Kingdom still leaving many searching for a job, whether in their chosen field or not, it's time to use your social media account to improve your chances of clinching your desired position.

Many employers will take to your online accounts when undergoing their screening process, so it's important to pack a punch when it comes to advertising your skills, interests and p...
Image for Ashley Andrews Ashley Andrews
Jul 16, 2015
Over the last decade, small businesses have become more reliant on social media as a way of boosting their sales and spreading their message across a wide audience. Many start-ups rely on online networking to promote their latest products and interact with potential clients, rather than those who chance upon a visit to their website or store.

Plenty of tools are on offer for businesses of every size, stature an...
Image for Ashley Andrews Ashley Andrews
Jun 10, 2015
When it gets to this time of the year, social media users take to their online persona in an attempt to 'jazz-up' their profiles, while looking to keep the integrity of their online presence.

Staying one step ahead of the game seems to be a common theme online, with consumers looking to make the changes that attract more interaction, more business and, ultimately, the chance of higher profits.

But how can you...
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Apr 22, 2015
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