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Finding Microsoft Dynamics jobs in a mobile-first world

19 May 2015
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We live in a world where our devices are becoming more and more connected, with social media playing an increasingly important role in our daily lives. The impact of this has been felt nowhere more than in the world of work. The ways in which people are finding Microsoft Dynamics jobs is changing. In the Microsoft Dynamics arena, we’ve seen how Microsoft Dynamics candidates – whether developers, consultants, or recruiters – are discovering new routes into employment, using social media to their advantage.
  1. It’s a vast landscape
Social media is big business. According to We Are Social, there are around 2 billion active social media accounts, and over 1.65 billion of these are accessed via mobile devices. You might think this makes finding a job easy. Just put the feelers out and the perfect job will come to you. In fact, the opposite tends to be true, leading to our next point.
  1. Building relationships
Finding work has always been about building relationships, and that is certainly the case on social media. Use groups on Facebook and LinkedIn to locate individuals within Microsoft Dynamics, and drill down to the specific areas of Dynamics you want to focus on. If you’re experience is with selling CRM, there’s little use spending time building up relationships with AX, NAV and GP developers.
  1. Time is your greatest asset
There are 24 hours in a day, and social media has its peaks of use just like social activity in the real world. Businesses looking to hire you will be active on their social channels through their regular working hours, so it’s best to engage them then. Tweeting at them at midday on a Sunday afternoon might well show that you’re keen, but your hard work might not be seen by the maximum number of people you’d like it to be.
  1. Look vertically
More and more, social media platforms are becoming specialised. By focussing in on those networks most heavily used by tech professionals and Microsoft Dynamics experts, you’re likely to find the most engaged, industry leading individuals. For the Dynamics industry, Twitter has a fantastic community of those involved in all areas of the arena, from end-user developers to consultants, and, also includes a ‘Lists’ feature, allowing you to add relevant users to lists that make them easier to follow. LinkedIn is a great way to access recruitment networks, and apply for jobs directly from the platform. Facebook has Dynamics-dedicated groups, but these are generally aimed at those already working in Microsoft Dynamics who have technical questions. However, the best thing to do is focus on the platforms you find the most natural to you.
  1. Become comfortable with social platforms
Finally, it’s vital to remember that social media isn’t going away. If you’re not comfortable using a variety of social networks, you might find yourself getting left behind. Build up your social networks, engage fully in the online Dynamics community, and be proactive in your search for Microsoft Dynamics jobs. Begin your journey into the world of Dynamics social media by joining us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. For the latest Dynamics roles, visit our site, or… give us a call on +44(0)1483 233 000.

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