15 Savvy Tips To Boost LinkedIn Profile Views

Executive Career Brand

When you’re actively pursuing new career opportunities, you need to make your LinkedIn profile dazzle, so it will be a traffic magnet. More profile views means more people may be sending job leads your way, or otherwise help you with your job search and career. Keywords typically represent your key areas of expertise, or “hard skills”, such as Change Management, Product Development, Emerging Technology Launch, etc. Bedazzle Your LinkedIn Profile and Boost Profile Views.

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Showcase Your Personal Brand with LinkedIn Comments

Executive Career Brand

Part of the drill for successful executive job search is building online presence and brand evangelism , expanding your network, and staying top-of-mind with people who can help you meet your career goals. Here are some ideas that will make strong network updates: An online article, blog post, or white paper you’ve published. [This article was originally published for my gig as the Personal Branding Expert on Job-Hunt.org.].

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Executive Job Search: Update Your LinkedIn Network

Executive Career Brand

Executive Job Search: Update Your LinkedIn Network is a post from: Executive Career Brand. Some ideas for updates: An online article, blog post, or white paper you’ve published. Related posts: My free Ebook – Executive Branding and Your LinkedIn Profile: How to Transform Your Executive Brand, Resume, and Career Biography Into a Winning LinkedIn Profile.

5 Lessons on Career Success I Learned in College

Competitive Resumes

For mass communications majors at college, getting a television or radio reporting gig was a major career stepping stone. Read 10 Ways to Stay in Demand for Your Work – And Career. You won’t immediately be the best, but you can build a portfolio of white papers, articles, videos, interviews, and other relevant projects that show off your skills. Career Career Management careers Job Search college

2018 138

How to Use the New LinkedIn for Executive Personal Branding – Part 2

Executive Career Brand

The idea is to surround yourself with people you can help, and who will help you reach your career goals. A “careers” page with recent job listings. Some ideas for updates: An online article, blog post, or white paper you’ve published. Related posts: Online Presence and Personal Brand Management: 5 Things to Remember.

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Online Presence and Personal Brand Management: 5 Things to Remember

Executive Career Brand

They want to see social proof of all the claims you’ve made in your career marketing materials. Here are 5 things to keep in mind when managing your online presence while building your personal brand online: 1. When recruiters and hiring managers source top talent to fulfill their needs, they go right to LinkedIn and Google, and search relevant keywords and phrases. Publish white papers on relevant sites.

2013 189

Brand New Year. New Personal Brand?

Executive Career Brand

is a post from: Executive Career Brand. While you’re working on those resolutions, why not also take stock of your personal brand and brand messaging, to be sure they’re aligned with your career plans for this year. Times being what they are, you never know when a new job opportunity, a possible career change, or even a layoff may come your way. Step one with any career branding work is identifying which employers (or which kind of employers) you will target.

HOW TO: 8 Ways to Use Your Executive Biography

Executive Career Brand

HOW TO: 8 Ways to Use Your Executive Biography is a post from: Executive Career Brand. As a basic brand and career communications plan for executive job search, I recommend starting with an executive resume, biography and Linkedin profile. A great LinkedIn profile, which is essential in executive job search, is basically a great brand resume improved by using some of the candidate’s career biography. It has to stand on its own as a career brand marketing document.

2011 162

Career Smarts: 6 Things You Should Be Reading

Tim's Strategy

Of course, continuing education and ongoing certification for your career should always be a part of your career management plan. Given the lack of job security, the constant and dramatic changes in so many industries, I would say, a professional that takes their career seriously, does not have time not to read professionally. Purposefully scheduling time to read and keep up to date can add a cadence to your career management and confidence to your brand.

2013 72

How to Get Your Personal Brand Into Your LinkedIn Profile

Executive Career Brand

CEO – Global Operations Change Agent | Entrepreneurial Startups | Crisis, Recovery & Turnaround Management. If you don’t have a blog or website, this is a great place to put a link to your online career portfolio, any notable press about you, a white paper you published online, etc. Remember to lead your achievement statements with the WOW result first and surround each with white space for better visual impact.

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Kmart’s Joe Boxer Xmas Commercial: A Lesson in Personal Branding

Career Solvers

This might be a strong and engaging LinkedIn profile, a robust Twitter presence, a blog that positions you as an expert in your field, a book, a white paper, a video…the possibilities are endless. You can’t position yourself as a Product Manager one day, a Sales Manager the next day, and a Marketing Manager the following day and expect people to know what you are or what you stand for.

2013 66

29 Biggest LinkedIn Mistakes

Executive Career Brand

29 Biggest LinkedIn Mistakes is a post from: Executive Career Brand. Use material from your branded resume and career biography to build out your profile. These two posts will help, How to Write An Irresistible C-level Executive Brand Resume in 10 Steps and How to Write a C-level Executive Career Brand Biography. Not using the Box.net Files application to add your resume and biography (and other career documents) to your profile.

Brand New Year – Time for A Brand New Executive Brand?

Executive Career Brand

is a post from: Executive Career Brand. The start of any new year is a good time to look back at your achievements and contributions over the past year, and take a fresh look at your career moving forward. For healthy career management, it’s always wise to have your resume, bio, LinkedIn profile and other career marketing materials at-the-ready for a possible career transition. Reached a career-changing milestone.

Get Your Executive Brand Into Your Email Signature

Executive Career Brand

Get Your Executive Brand Into Your Email Signature is a post from: Executive Career Brand. You’ll be sending them your career marketing documents – resume, biography, etc. If you’re not employed, include your professional title, such as “Global Business Operations Leader&# or “Senior Turnaround Management Executive&#. A recent noteworthy publication of yours (book, e-book, white paper, etc.).

2011 154

How to Write a C-suite Executive Career Brand Biography

Executive Career Brand

When I first speak with potential c-suite clients, we discuss their job search target and goals, and which of the services I provide they’ll need to accomplish their career goals. ” I’m sure you’ve read a typical bio that walks you through the person’s career progression and provides hard facts. For job search and career management, a bio affords the opportunity to reinforce your brand with storytelling in a way that a resume doesn’t allow.

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C-level Job Search: Blogging? What Am I Going To Write About?

Executive Career Brand

Executive Career Services Samples - Executive Resume and Biography Targeted Company and Industry Research for Executive Job Search Best of About Meg Master Resume Writer Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist Publications Testimonials Contact C-level Job Search: Blogging? Or, you can set up your blog to look like a career web portfolio or personal website with no blog stream at all – just pages and perhaps several important articles or white papers.

2010 168

How the Employment Security Hierarchy helps protect your income

Cube Rules

Heck, even working for the same manager for a long time is long, long gone. What needs reviewing in our careers so that we keep our employment security when we think we’re close to getting it? Or even when you get a new manager. All of those articles might solve a tactical problem, but they don’t offer the big picture that will help drive projects to improve your career and work to protect your income. The white paper is easy to get and is free.

2011 146

Maximize Your Executive Brand Online with the 6 P's

Executive Career Brand

Based on William Arruda and Kirsten Dixson’s 6 P’s of brand communications in their book Career Distinction: Stand Out By Building Your Brand , here are some tactics to kick your online brand into action: 1. Publishing Provide evidence of your subject matter expertise and thought leadership through: Your own blog Guest blogging on relevant sites Publishing white papers on relevant sites 2. Online Reputation Management: Do You Self-Google?

2010 164

How to Spot a Job Scam | CareerSolvers

Career Solvers

Home About Us How It Works FAQs Contact Resources Request a Proposal Thursday, March 18th, 2010 How to Spot a Job Scam Some people have managed to leverage the challenges of the most recent recession into a lucrative business for themselves to earn a legitimate living. For more information on job scams, be sure to check out Joyce’s Avoiding Job Search Scams Guide and the identity theft white papers from Kroll Fraud Solutions.

2010 76

Should the Unemployed also be Unemployable?

HireCentrix

Career / Personal Dev. Surveys & White Papers. More articles : » The Three Legged Stool of Career Management Effectively managing your career in the economy of today is a vastly different world than it was just a few short years ago. Technology companies hire me to find their next executive, manager, or engineer."Sometimes Headhunters, Like Great White Sharks Should Avoid Fighting For Food. Be our Friend.

2012 64

10 Ways to Build Your Personal Brand Online Without a Blog

Executive Career Brand

Executive Career Services Samples - Executive Resume and Biography Targeted Company and Industry Research for Executive Job Search Best of About Meg Master Resume Writer Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist Publications Testimonials Contact 10 Ways to Build Your Personal Brand Online Without a Blog by Meg Guiseppi on February 26, 2010 · 5 comments A new client of mine understood that he needed to pump up his online presence.

2010 157

5 Tactics to Land a Green Industry Executive Job

Executive Career Brand

You can count on your leadership and management skills to serve you well, no matter what industry, but that may not be enough. As with any shift in career focus, your green career transition will require special preparation to position yourself as a good fit to recruiters and hiring decision makers assessing you. Google relevant keywords to find resources, read relevant blogs, articles and white papers, and set up Google Alerts for relevant keywords.

2010 121

Health Insurance for Your Personal Brand – The 3 Cs

Executive Career Brand

Executive Career Services Samples - Executive Resume and Biography Targeted Company and Industry Research for Executive Job Search Best of About Meg Master Resume Writer Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist Publications Testimonials Contact Health Insurance for Your Personal Brand – The 3 Cs by Meg Guiseppi on December 30, 2009 · 8 comments Want to safeguard your executive personal brand and keep it working for you?

2009 107

Top 10 Job Search Trends Of 2014

Career Realism

Results from recent focus groups conducted by Career Thought Leaders throughout the US, Canada, UK, Australia, and Russia have been cataloged and offer a rich array of tips and suggestions for executive and non-executive job seekers alike. Right Resume Structure Overcomes Poor Job Titles/Work History: Millions of job seekers have had to resort to part-time roles, contract work, and consulting to sustain their careers since the 2008 economic meltdown.

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2010 Top 10 Executive Personal Branding and Job Search Trends

Executive Career Brand

Executive Career Services Samples - Executive Resume and Biography Targeted Company and Industry Research for Executive Job Search Best of About Meg Master Resume Writer Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist Publications Testimonials Contact 2010 Top 10 Executive Personal Branding and Job Search Trends by Meg Guiseppi on December 22, 2009 · 28 comments Things have changed in the world of work and executive job search. Publish articles and/or white papers online.

2010 197

10 Places To Promote Your LinkedIn Profile

Career Realism

Note that I’m speaking of your dedicated job search and career management email address here, not your employer, business, or personal email account. The simplest email signature is your name, of course, but if you’re using this email for job search and career management purposes it really should contain more information such as: A title or positioning statement. Don’t forget to highlight your core competencies and career brand on your business card as well.

2014 88

VisualCV: The Social Media Executive Resume

Executive Career Brand

It’s all about defining your executive brand and then creating your brand and value proposition messaging to express consistently across all your career marketing communications channels – paper/digital documents, online presence, and in-person interactions. A fully-fleshed out, multi-media rich VisualCV can be your one-stop online destination for recruiters and hiring decision managers to find just about all they’ll need to know about your promise of value.

How to cope with diversity | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Here I was thinking of this old white guy. plus, he's black and I'm white, so there's your diversity point too!:) I renovated my kitchen while I was involved with a man who was a carpet store manager in suburban Delaware (I'm a writer/editor in Manhattan). The crayon itself suggested such a beautiful blue, but when you colored, it just faded into the white paper… Crayola crayons were always vibrant colors, and Cornflower Blue was just so washed-out.

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