Blast from the past! How to use LinkedIn to find yourself a job.
It has been a while since I last wrote here in the blog, and the reason is that I feel that more and more of the Personal Branding space is being crowded with quick-fix solutions.
It’s all over the Internet. It sits on bookshelves and coffee tables all across America. And it even winks at you on TV. This is the Palin Brand, sold to you by none other than the bootstrap-carrying Sarah Palin. Two years ago, she was an unknown governor in one of America’s most obscure states. These days,
The resume and cover letter are about you, but are not just about you. They are about how you are the best candidate to help the company. It’s about making a match!
Ever send an email out to a contact in your industry and receive no response? Are you left wondering what you may have done wrong to elicit such a reaction, or lack thereof? Here are eight tips that will help you connect with industry professionals to receive valuable advice regarding your job, internship or career hunt.
We all have to write cover letters at some point in our careers. Here are 8 tips to remember to make yours stand out and get you the interview.
With over 11 million users, LinkedIn is an ideal tool to create your online presence, build a professional network, and if done right, find a job. According to a recent survey, 75% of job recruiters now use Linkedin to research prospects. Translation: if you don’t have a LinkedIn account, you’ve already got one strike against