Career experts to follow on Twitter

Social media is emerging as a new channel that job hunters must engage, or at least consider, when they plan their career strategy. There are a number of ways to use Twitter to find a job; step one for most of them is to sign up for an account and start following people.

Here are five folks on Twitter you should consider following for career related wisdom.

@JobHuntOrg: Susan P. Joyce has been publishing the online career site Job-Hunt.org since 1998, and her Twitter feed is a mix of advice on social media, links to helpful job-hunt resources, replies to individuals and links to the content on her own site.

@DanSchawbel: Author of Me 2.0, Dan is an expert on personal branding. He includes links to his main blog on the topic, as well as a blog he maintains on branding strategies for students.

@InterviewCoach: Seattle-based interview coach Lewis Lin contributes information about how to interview successfully, as well as tips on job hunting in general.

@WendyGelberg: Wendy is a job search strategist, resume writer, and author of The Successful Introvert, a book covering career strategy for introverts. Good tweets about what she calls "the gentle job search."

@liz_lynch: Liz Lynch is the author of the book Smart Networking and blogs and tweets prolifically on how to use person-to-person connecting to enhance one's career.

And while you're building your network, don't forget to follow ASU for university news!

@ASU: Official Twitter page of ASU.
@ASU_Alumni: ASU Alumni Association.
@ASU_YoungAlumni: Arizona State Young Alumni, for alums under age 35.
@SparkyArizonaSt: Official Twitter page of ASU Athletics.