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Use the Internet to Find a Job ” Part 8: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Unfortunately with today’s online hiring and recruitment practices, some of the older job search methods, like only posting your resume on a job board like Monster, do not cut it anymore. Effectively standout by creating and managing an online presence that puts your name at the top of the recruiters’ search results. How? Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Large companies and organizations
Use the Internet to Find a Job ” Part 7: Researching & Networking – Research your industry and get to know everything about the power players. Learn about labor market trends, because it can help to find out who is hiring and what skill sets are going to be needed in the future. Get used to running long search commands until you find exactly what you are looking for. The search engine is a great
Use the Internet to Find a Job ” Part 6: The Social Networking Trifecta If you are not a member already, you need to join what we call “The Social Networking Trifecta”. It consists of LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. You are probably asking yourself, “Do I really need to be on ALL of them?” The answer is: Yes. Why? Because everyone else is! Also, different people have different preferences on which one is their “favorite”
Use the Internet to Find a Job ” Part 5: Making the Most of Facebook in Your Job Search 1. Do not put anything on your profile that you do not want your future boss to see. Make sure all the information is valid and matches your LinkedIn and Twitter profiles.2. Complete your profile so it matches your resume and CV. Even though Facebook may not seem like a traditional way to search for candidates,