I'm a big proponent of Twitter, but a lot of people I know aren't. I think of Twitter as a dance: To build a community on Twitter for your job search, you need to strike a delicate balance between professional and personal. It isn't for everyone, especially given that it can take time and energy to build a community--and there are great options offline for networking as well.Twitter

Here are three Twitter-based sources of job search help which do not require your active participation on Twitter. In fact, you can use two of these resources without even subscribing to Twitter (see *asterisk).

1. Find Jobs by Industry and Sector*

Workhound has a directory of jobs posted on Twitter by feed. You can follow jobs through this website, or subscribe to individual feeds on Twitter:

http://www.workhound.co.uk/twitter/

2. Help A Friend, Help Yourself: Each one, Reach One Campaign

Job Angels is a campaign where you recommend one person on Twitter that needs job help (you can also ask a friend or member of this MeetUp to nominate you). For more information, check out the Job Angels website.

To find Job Angels on Twitter
http://twitter.com/jobangels

3.  Aggregated Career Advice
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March Career Madness is a round-up of career advice from over 25 career coaches, recruiters and thought leaders. I initiated this event in March 2009 but we will continue long after the NCAA tournament is over.

To see "tip stream":

Twitter Search Engine
 (search #mcm)

Need advice on how to get started with Twitter? See my earlier post on March Career Madness for a basic tutorial and resources on how to begin.