So, you just set up your company\u2019s first Instagram page: a completely blank canvas filled with a badly cropped profile picture of your company\u2019s logo, one irrelevant photo to start off your feed and a total of one follower \u2014 a spam account that offers 10 million followers immediately if you simply click the link in their bio. The main audience you intend on enticing with your fresh, newly created Insta page is obviously your customers or clients, but have you ever thought about what someone applying for a position at your organization would think looking at your company\u2019s social media profile? Would they be excited and impressed by your blank Instagram page or your Twitter feed full of bad motivational work quotes? Or even your 500+ followers on LinkedIn? Probably not. In today\u2019s world, social media is extremely important, especially in the eyes of young people, who are most likely going to make up the majority of your applicants. Believe it or not, a bad social media profile \u2014 or no social media \u2014 can detour even the hungriest of job-hungry youth away from applying at your workplace.