Need to brush up on your interview skills? What better way to master the art of interviewing than to read tips from the experts? Check out these five awesome Twitter feeds! They’re Tweeting out valuable expert interview advice to help job seekers score a job. Follow them to get interview advice right into your feed.
Let’s give it up for…1. @InterviewIQ
Karalyn Brown, writer and former HR recruitment consultant, runs Interview IQ, which is updated multiple times throughout the day. She not only Tweets brilliant interview advice but also links to her career advice blog as well. You’ll also find a nice round of RTs from top career and interview experts around the Twitter-sphere.2. Landon_Long
Landon Long is an interview coach, resume consultant and the author of The Unspoken Rules of Getting Hired—all wrapped into one! He’s also a recognized speaker on unconventional, psychology-based interview advice for college grads. He shares interview advice, inspirational quotes and links to career advice.For instance, a recent Tweet: “During interview, don't: check phone, jingle keys, sniffle, rest chin on hand, smile too much, not smile at all.” Another sweet piece of advice: “Meet with people in your industry in Informational Interviews. These are not real interviews. Rather, data collection processes.”3. @InterviewBest
The cool thing about following Interview Best is that they round up advice into a newsletter format. So, you’ll frequently find Tweets that link to a nice, handy roundup of interview advice from all over the web, including sources from US News, Active Interviewing, Business Insider, the Finance Whisperer and more!4. @InterviewGuide
This is a unique Twitter account because it Tweets links to real question and answers for very specific roles. For instance, you’ll find Q&A for .NET crystal report interviews, Database Management interviews, 3D Animation Interview, etc. They sometimes offer generic interview tips as well. Check it out!5. @Guide2Interview
David Riklan, founder of SelfGrowth.com, offers a great stream of Tweets exclusively about how to perform your absolute best in your next interview. Scroll through to find examples of common interview questions and links to excellent answers.
For instance, their latest Tweet talks about the interview question: Describe your work style. And they link to an article to help you describe your work style.