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Transitioning Military Leaders: Differentiate Yourself in Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

My answers to her spot-on questions — including links to other posts I’ve written — form the basis of a solid roadmap for successful job search. Why is it so vital for senior executives to use social media as part of their executive job search? First, and foremost, senior executives need to have an online presence because recruiters and hiring professionals are Googling “their name” to assess their viability as candidates. that is, networking?

How to Use Twitter for Personal Branding and Executive Job Search, Part 1

Executive Career Brand

I recently did an interview with a writer for Money Magazine on using Twitter for personal branding and job search. In Part 1 of this two-part series, I’ll talk about: The value of Twitter for executive job search, How to get started, How to follow the right Twitter folks, and. Why Twitter for Executive Job Search? They’re tweeting job openings at all levels and tweeting about their products, services, and company culture.

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Serenity Now! Simplify Your Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

How much do you really know about today’s executive job search? It’s a given that job-hunting these days is a complicated process. You need to build a diverse, vibrant online presence that reinforces your personal brand and provides social proof , or risk being invisible to executive recruiters and hiring decision makers. Best-fit jobs for you – especially if you’re at the senior or c-suite level – may be waiting for you to uncover them in the “hidden” job market.

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How to Use Twitter for Personal Branding and Executive Job Search, Part 2

Executive Career Brand

This two-part series on Twitter for personal branding and executive job search is the culmination of an interview and communications with a journalist writing an article for Money Magazine. In Part 1, I talked about: The value of Twitter for executive job search, How to get started, How to follow the right Twitter folks, and. Google will email you links when those keywords show up online. Get going with Twitter well in advance of starting your job search.

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NEW BOOK! 20 Little-Known, Insider Tips to Accelerate Executive Job Search

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Is your executive job search taking too long? If you answered “Yes” to both questions, it’s time to turbo-charge your search with the advice in my new ebook: 20 Little-Known, Insider Tips to Accelerate Your Executive Job Search. and Land a 6 Figure Job Faster! How sending a thank you note can help you land a job at a target company. even after they’ve rejected you for another job?

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How Do I Find a Job in the “Hidden” Job Market?

Executive Career Brand

You’ve probably heard about the hidden executive job market, but do you really know what it is, why it exists, and how to take advantage of it? No one knows for sure how many jobs are unlisted, but it’s estimated to be around 80 – 90%. Why aren’t more jobs posted online? Executive recruiters and employers find good-fit candidates by searching LinkedIn, for the most part, and other social networks, using relevant keywords.

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2 LinkedIn Personal Branding Tips You Don’t Know

Executive Career Brand

LinkedIn is undeniably the executive job-seeker’s most important and powerful online personal branding tool. Among the first handful of strategist worldwide to be certified in the inaugural offering of the program, I rubbed elbows with elite global brand strategists eager to hone their craft, to keep their career and job search skills sharp. Here are just two of the valuable LinkedIn tips for executive job search I learned through the program: 1.

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The 3 Most Important LinkedIn Profile SEO Places for Relevant Keywords

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They go to the LinkedIn search engine and type in various relevant keywords and phrases that match the qualifications they’re seeking. All of the content in your LinkedIn profile should contain the most-searched relevant keywords specific to your targets, and supporting your executive brand and the value you offer them. But the content in certain sections – typically those that sit higher on the web page containing your profile – rank higher with LinkedIn’s search algorithm.

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LinkedIn Groups and Personal Branding: Showcase Your Subject Matter Expertise

Executive Career Brand

One of the ways LinkedIn adds value to overall career management and job search is that, when leveraged to full advantage, it can help keep you and your executive brand top of mind with your network. To help you land faster, your network on LinkedIn should include recruiters and hiring decision makers at your target companies, and others who can help you reach your career goals. The Biggest Executive Job Search and Personal Branding Mistake.

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When Was the Last Time You Updated Your LinkedIn Profile?

Executive Career Brand

All too many executives adhere to the “build it and forget it” strategy when building their personal brand online. They put up a perfunctory LinkedIn profile years ago – perhaps the last time they were job-hunting – and promptly forgot about it, once they landed a job. They’re forgetting that their LinkedIn profile needs to differentiate and position them as a good-fit candidate for their current target employers (in job search), or target audience.

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Personal Branding: How to Brand Your LinkedIn Summary Section

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[The following article was originally published for my Personal Branding Expert gig on]. Becomes a means of passive job search, to help you get found by recruiters and hiring decision makers through the relevant keywords you’ve strategically placed in the various sections of your profile. ? They both service different purposes in your job search. Copyright, 2014, Meg Guiseppi.

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7 Reasons NOT to Copy Someone Else’s LinkedIn Profile

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You see a compelling, branded LinkedIn profile of a job seeker with qualifications similar to yours. Somehow, because it’s right in front of you, online for all the world to see, you don’t think of it as stealing. Just the other day I received invitations to connect on LinkedIn from two women employed at the same company, in similar jobs. I immediately noticed that these two women’s Summary sections and job descriptions at that company read word-for-word exactly the same.

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Keep Your Personal Brand Top-of-Mind with LinkedIn Updates

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[This is my latest article as''s Personal Branding Expert ]. One of the many benefits of using LinkedIn for job search is the ability to stay top-of-mind with your network – which should include employees at your target companies and recruiters, along with your various professional contacts. Along with reminding your network about you, these updates reinforce your brand, subject matter expertise, and value to your target employers.

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Your Personal Brand Online and the LinkedIn Privacy Dilemma

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Here is one of the most frequently asked questions by my c-suite and senior executive clients who are in a confidential job search, and need to complete and/or update and brand their LinkedIn profiles: “How do I keep my employer and co-workers from finding out I’m updating my LinkedIn profile, indicating I’m job-hunting?” Keep your profile entirely “public”, so it’s open to search.

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Personal Branding and Your LinkedIn Profile Photo

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No doubt, discrimination in job search exists and your photo can expose you to discrimination based on age, weight, ethnic background, etc. But I still contend that NOT having a photo may be even more detrimental, especially for the job seekers I serve – c-suite and senior-level executives. or anywhere online. More Information About LinkedIn for Executive Job Search. Finding a Job in the “Hidden” Job Market.

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Why You Need to Self-Google Once a Week

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In executive job search, you need to build and safeguard your online personal brand and online reputation. Your search results can be the deciding factor in whether they reach out to you, or cross you off their lists. What if someone has posted something negative about you (whether or not it’s true), that damages your reputation and could sabotage your chances? Take a look at your online footprint right now.

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How to Write and Use An Executive Brand Biography

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For job search and career management, a bio affords the opportunity to reinforce your brand through storytelling, in a way that’s more difficult to accomplish in a resume. Showcase your leadership and management acumen through softer skills and “good fit” attributes, and link them to your value proposition. Help employers connect with you and envision you on the job, having a positive impact.

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Yikes! My LinkedIn Profile Disappeared and I Don’t Have a Copy

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Here’s the fix: Click Network in the navigation menu across the top of your profile. LinkedIn, Personal Branding & Executive Job Search: Perfect Together. Your Personal Brand Online and the LinkedIn Privacy Dilemma. Executive Career Management Executive Job Search LinkedIn Online Presence & Online Reputation Management Social Media & Social Networking social media

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3 BIG Mistakes That Screw Up Your LinkedIn Professional Headline

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The LinkedIn member has not changed the default headline automatically populated for this spot, based upon their current, or most recent job title. your headline and photo accompany your update when your network is notified. And most especially, your headline is the most important SEO (search engine optimization) spot on your profile. That means making sure it contains the keywords the people you want to attract will be searching on LinkedIn to find people like you.

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Twitter Personal Branding Time-Saving Tips

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In my practice, I rarely come across executive job seekers who are actively leveraging Twitter to help them land jobs. Understandably, they’re busy people strapped for time, trying to juggle demanding full-time jobs with a full-time job search. Stay Focused on Your Job Search and Your Personal Brand. Don’t start or engage in conversations not related to your job search. 10 Best Ways to Build Your Personal Brand Online.

Does LinkedIn Make the Executive Resume Obsolete?

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After all, people searching for viable candidates like you will likely see your LinkedIn profile before they ever reach out to you and request your resume. They spend a significant part of their days searching online for candidates, and a significant part of that time specifically on LinkedIn. The cost of social recruiting is minimal (compared to posting on job boards) and opens them to a much larger pool of potential candidates.

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Add Special Bullet Point Pizzazz to Your LinkedIn Profile

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Executive Career Management Executive Job Search Executive Personal & Career Branding LinkedIn Online Presence & Online Reputation Management Social Media & Social Networking c-suite executive job search executive branding online personal branding Want to use jazzier bullet points in your LinkedIn profile than the typical asterisk (*)?

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C-suite Executives and Social Media: Are You Resistant or Engaged?

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A survey by Brandfog, a global social media and digital reputation consulting firm, indicates that social media engagement by companies’ c-suite executives is more critical than ever: “Conversations taking place on Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Medium, YouTube, Instagram and other social channels do not stop because management is not looking. Question: Having a socially active C-Suite leadership team can mitigate risk before a brand reputation crisis occurs.

‘Tis the Season to Land an Executive Job

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Before you know it, the new year will be here, and it will be time to resume your executive job search in earnest. You’ve put your search on hold until January, because everyone knows that no one lands anything but seasonal work in November or December, right? According to online job search expert Susan P. Joyce, in a recent post at her Work Coach Café blog : • Only 1% more jobs were open in January and February of 2013 (vs.

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What Is Your Online Reputation Doing To Your Job Search?

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Many job seekers mistakenly believe that, because they aren’t on Facebook, or Twitter, their online reputation is spotless. Related: Quick Fixes For 3 Problems With Your Online Presence. Why Is Your Online Reputation Important Anyway? Facebook is the most frequently screened social network with LinkedIn coming in second. The majority of hiring managers review social profiles before the interview. How To Clean Up Your Online Presence.

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