I was always fascinated by the world of social media. From making new friends to spending hours and hours playing online games, I was hooked to the amazing social media platforms right from the time I passed my board exams. For a sixteen-year-old introvert like me, there wasn’t much of an option to go out and socialize. I cared little about the world and took refuge in the world of internet, particularly on social media platforms.
To say that I was a social media addict would be an understatement – my world revolved around it. My journey as a social media addict began when I got my first laptop. I was seventeen then. I started creating fake accounts on multiple social media platforms and spend the whole day chatting with my virtual friends, liking their pictures and doing everything that gave them some validation and made me feel that I was not alone.
Fast-forward seven years. I became a graduate and my craving for social media got decelerated. I had to go out into the world looking for a job. It was a challenge I wasn’t ready to tackle. It was then that I decided to get to LinkedIn. I had known about LinkedIn but found it to be boring. But now I had to get familiar with this social media platform. It was my only means to get a job without having to move around much.
I created an account on the platform and set up my profile. I started believing that I would get a job through LinkedIn quite easily. I had read about LinkedIn and followed all the tips that promised about getting a job through LinkedIn. However, after eight months on the platform, I started feeling that I was wasting my time. I started believing that there was something that I was doing wrong. Once I started analyzing the reason for my failure on LinkedIn, I realized that I needed recommendations and endorsements for getting noticed by recruiters. Another thing that I became aware of was that LinkedIn was a platform for experienced professionals.
However, I had decided to get my job through LinkedIn and I was ready to do anything for it. I explored the internet for days and found a solution to my problem. I had to buy Linked followers for my profile. It was a piece of cake. I ordered my followers from linkonfire.com and got them in no time.
It took me a month after that to get my first job. There were so many job offers to choose from and I finally got hired by the company I wanted to work with. All this has been possible because of LinkedIn and the service that I used for buying followers.
While now I don’t use social media that often, I have to admit that social media has become a part of my life and I owe a lot to these sites that have been by my side when I had nobody and nowhere to go.
That was my story about how I got my first job through social media. If you too want to get a job through social media, I recommend that you create your LinkedIn profile and start building your network right away.…