Connecting your Twitter account to CareerArc allows us to automatically post jobs to that page on your behalf and is an integral part of our automated distribution service.

Each user is able to connect their Twitter account to CareerArc. To connect the Twitter account to CareerArc select Publish > Social profiles from the left side menu.

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Choose Add profile from the top right of the page and select the Twitter account option.

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This will open a window where you can choose to authorize your own profile or create an invitation for another user to authorize their profile without needing to be a CareerArc user.

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Enter your username and password for the Twitter account you would like to connect and select the Sign In option. 

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After the account is verified by Twitter, the page will load our edit details screen. Add a nickname for the account (this is the name we will display when selecting profiles for Campaigns) and select Save.

 

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Now your Twitter account will appear on the Social profiles page.

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Special Notes:

  • Profiles

    • CareerArc supports posting to any authorized Twitter profile.

    • There is no differentiation between company and individual Twitter accounts.

  • Authorization

    • Twitter credentials are required to connect a profile with CareerArc.

    • Twitter accounts do not have an authorization expiration like Facebook or LinkedIn.

  • Posting policy and access:
    • CareerArc will only use profile authorizations to:
      • Post to the authorized profile(s),
      • Retrieve data about the profile (Follower Count, Profile Image, Profile link)
      • Retrieve engagement data about specific posts (Likes, Comments, etc.)
    • CareerArc DOES NOT:
      • Modify/Delete posts
      • Message or interact with your connections

 

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