Monthly Archives: July 2010

Social Media Etiquette:Ways to Lose Your Job Via Social Media | Brand-Yourself.com Blog

The World Wide Web is a vast place with users from all over the world, but that doesn’t mean what you post privately won’t come back to haunt you. Here are five cases of ex-employees who should’ve just kept their … Continue reading

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The Pivotal Point: Not Giving Up Too Soon

Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. — Thomas Edison There comes a point when being a business owner gets really hard (and I mean really hard). … Continue reading

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Lemons, Job Seekers & Opportunities | JibberJobber Blog

I like reading success stories so an artilcle on AOL titled Richest Americans You’ve Never Heard Of piqued my interest.  Maybe it’s too cinderalla or pollyanna, but I found something interesting in the article.  It talks about: Fred Deluca, who opened … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Demonstrate Your Value in a Job Search | CareerEnlightenment.net

When I train career advisors and job seekers on the strategic approach to the online job search, I make sure to mention that a résumé is an obituary. Résumés do a great job telling people what you did. Where you … Continue reading

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Unemployed Need to Take Time Off from Job Hunt – Careers Articles

Stephen Rood is so busy looking for a job that it’s a full-time job — he spends 40 hours a week on the job hunt. He’s busy enough that he considers his travel time of one to two hours of … Continue reading

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Starting Out in Social Media: Blogging and Social Networking for Business | Brand-Yourself.com Blog

The business case for leveraging social media as a business tool has been made time and time again. Startups to big business use the platform of social media to spread ideas, connect with their audience, and ultimately drive sales. When … Continue reading

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25 Resume Tips That Help Make a Great First Impression – Careers Articles

Frequently your resume is your first chance to make an impression on a recruiter or hiring manager. And you never get a second chance to make a first impression, so the importance of the resume cannot be underestimated. Here are … Continue reading

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