Your values are core principles that not only give meaning to your life but they serve as a guide to get you back on track when you veer off course. They determine your attitudes, choices, and actions. Getting clarity around what your values is key to determining how you present yourself and your career brand on social media for recruiters, hiring managers, prospective employers, and the world to see. Continue reading Creating Your Personal Brand on Social Media: Step 3
The next step in the personal branding process is to determine your vision and purpose, both for you as a person as well as a professional. It requires knowing who you are and what you want
from your life. This can be the toughest part of the branding process. Continue reading Creating Your Personal Brand on Social Media: Step 2
The cornerstone of an effective job search is your resume and LinkedIn Profile. But your overall social media presence conveys to prospective employers a much bigger picture of you. Your personal brand comprises your reputation and professional qualities that differentiate you from other candidates and people in your field. Continue reading Creating Your Personal Brand on Social Media: Step 1
Your resume and cover letter are the cornerstone of your proactive career search efforts. But, in the bigger vision of your next professional iteration, they are just a part of your overall career brand. Continue reading Think Career Brand Not Just Resume
1. Record a 10-second message next to your Profile name to create audio appeal. This feature is especially beneficial for your Profile visitors if you have a hard-to-pronounce name.
2. The new “Dwell Time” method of classifying content and algorithm weighting based on time actually engaged on content can give you 48+ hours for your thought leadership content to gain new traction and visibility.
3. Combine Dwell Time with the autonomous post tool to build engagement and feedback on your topics.
4. Set-up video networking meetings and informational interviews directly in Messages on mobile with Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Verizon. Continue reading Top Ten 2020 LinkedIn Changes for your 2021 Career Branding
LinkedIn is unquestionably the social network for job-seeking professionals – even if you’re not looking right now. 92%of recruiters use social media in their work today and LinkedIn is the social network they use most. But, don’t eliminate other social media sites in your online job search toolkit. Here’s how they stack up in terms of recruiters’ use in their candidate hunting: Continue reading USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO FUEL YOUR CAREER SEARCH