Social Media Spins Too Fast

Executive Career Brand

It seemed that most of my colleagues attending had embraced LinkedIn, but some hesitated diving much deeper into social media and building their own online brands. I concurred, but also added that the conference reinforced what I’ve felt and been blogging about for some time now: With the impact of social media, as career/job search practitioners, we can no longer enjoy periods of complacency about how we run our businesses and help clients.

Social Media: Never on Sunday?

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 Social Media: Never on Sunday? NO SOCIAL MEDIA OR COMPUTERS AT ALL ON SUNDAYS!!! or keep up with social networking, when nothing happening there will be so critical I have to deal with it on Sunday.

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How Much Social Media Is Enough?

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 How Much Social Media Is Enough? Beyond LinkedIn, if they know they won’t have time to devote to Twitter, Facebook and other social networking, it may be better to pass. How Much Social Media Is Enough?

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People with Social Media

Executive Career Brand

Snarkiness and downright rudeness seem to be on the rise across social media. Maybe more of it is coming my way, as my social network expands. Related posts: Social Media Spins Too Fast 14 Reasons I Won’t Follow You On Twitter [Revisited] LinkedIn Helps You Find the Right Twitter People to Follow You’re a C-level Executive Job Seeker and You’re NOT Blogging? How Much Social Media Is Enough? Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search?

40 Most Important Social Media Tips for HR Professionals

Catherines Career Corner

Related posts: Social Media: Making it Work for You. These 30 Social Networking Blunders Can Derail Your Job Search. This article was first published on September 26, 2012 by Online MBA. It was sent to CCC for further publication by Amanda Kostina. Human resources is the art of working with humans (hence the name). And anyone concerned with dealing with [.] Can Linkedin, Facebook or Twitter Get You a Job? Become a Superstar Networker: See These 8 Tips.

How Can Social Media Affect Your Job Search?

Jennifer Anthony

People have been fired over what they’ve said in blog posts or on social media sites. What is grounds for termination in the cyber-world and how can social media affect your job search? Can having a personal blog, professional blog or social media account impact your job search? If you post about how you conduct yourself in interviews or if you post about how you embellish your resume, potential employers will be able to see it.

How Can Social Media Affect Your Job Search?

Jennifer Anthony

People have been fired over what they’ve said in blog posts or on social media sites. What is grounds for termination in the cyber-world and how can social media affect your job search? Can having a personal blog, professional blog or social media account impact your job search? If you post about how you conduct yourself in interviews or if you post about how you embellish your resume, potential employers will be able to see it.

Showcase Your Personal Brand with LinkedIn Comments

Executive Career Brand

As with LinkedIn Group and Pulse comments, post network updates on things that will reinforce your brand and value to your target employers. Professional development, training or new certification. Executive Career Management Executive Job Search Executive Networking Executive Personal & Career Branding LinkedIn Online Presence & Online Reputation Management Social Media & Social Networking personal branding social media

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15 Savvy Tips To Boost LinkedIn Profile Views

Executive Career Brand

To help the right people – executive recruiters, your target employers and others – find you on LinkedIn, you need to draw them to your profile through the relevant keywords and phrases they search to source candidates like you. LinkedIn allows the following additions in the last name field: Suffixes and certifications. Using your most important keywords and phrases, create a biography around what makes you a good fit for the employers you’re targeting. Certifications.

2017 162

5 Reasons Your LinkedIn Profile Isn’t Working

Executive Career Brand

They understand that they need great content in their LinkedIn profile, to help them get found by executive recruiters and their target employers. If you want executive recruiters and your target employers to find you on LinkedIn, you need to draw them to your profile through the relevant keywords and phrases they search to source candidates like you. And the better picture you paint of the value you offer your target employers.

2015 191

VisualCV: The Social Media Executive Resume

Executive Career Brand

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. Here’s what you can do with your VisualCV: Create and embed media clips or a demo video of what you can do for your target companies. Positions you as social media and tech-savvy. How Much Social Media Is Enough?

Your Email Signature: Another Personal Branding Tool

Executive Career Brand

Sometimes their signature is the default they use in doing business through their employers, which may not be appropriate to use in their job search. When communicating with potential employers via email, your email cover letters need to include a potent, branded email signature. It should include a brief description of what you do and who you do it for (that is, your target employers). Include links to your Twitter, Facebook and other social networks, if you’re active there.

2013 218

Personal Branding and the Email Signature Dilemma

Executive Career Brand

Current job title and employer (if employed). Email address (use your personal email, not one associated with your current employer, unless you’re self-employed). ? One or two briefly-stated career distinctions (could include relevant certifications/credentials, a recent noteworthy publication (book, e-book, white paper, etc.), Social media - include links to each of your accounts, if you’re active there. list other applicable social media].

2014 182

5 Nifty LinkedIn Hacks That Make Executive Job Search Easier

Executive Career Brand

When I go through the annual re-certification process for my Social Branding Analyst Designation, I invariably pick up at least a few juicy new tidbits on using LinkedIn better. This certification is a premier LinkedIn training program for career professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest LinkedIn strategies for job search and career management. If you’re actively in a job-hunt, you know that it’s hard and takes a lot of time.

2017 196

Essential Checklist to Optimize LinkedIn For Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

Customize your LinkedIn URL to include your name and a relevant keyword or certification acronym. Fully populate every applicable profile section with content that supports your personal brand, generates chemistry and positions you as a good-fit for your target employers. Search for LinkedIn Company profiles of your target employers and follow them. Connect with employees at past and current employers. Look at the profiles of employees of your target employers.

2016 219

Are You Tweaking Your Out-Dated Executive Resume To Death?

Executive Career Brand

They may have started out with a decent resume years ago, but since then they’ve updated it to reflect new jobs, new responsibilities, certifications, training, etc. Branding is built around the unique value you offer specific target employers and differentiates the value you offer, over your job-seeking competitors. Branding, based on how you’ll meet specific current pressing needs of your target employers, will help you generate chemistry and give a feel for your personality.

2017 179

4 Ways to Find Passionate Talent

Career Alley

Activities : I look for activity outside of the office that support continuing education – specifically the pursuit of advanced degrees and certifications. Social Media. Profile: On social profiles that reflect an individual’s occupation, I look for indications of pride. Groups : Participating in social media groups affiliated with their field shows that they’re interested in learning and sharing knowledge with their peers.

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29 Biggest LinkedIn Mistakes

Executive Career Brand

Recruiters and employers sourcing candidates aren’t contacting you. Not reinforcing your executive brand and ROI value to your target employers throughout your profile. More in my post, How Recruiters and Employers Find Candidates on LinkedIn. Not adding a stand-alone section to highlight skills, publications, certifications, languages, or patents. If you’re even fairly active on Twitter, let people know that you’re there, and social media savvy.

Branding Help: Transitioning from a Military Career to a Civilian Career

Careers Done Write

Earning certifications, licenses, diplomas, and college degrees are a core part of your brand. It is important to communicate those skills, knowledge, and accomplishments through the lens of your target employer. Branding through Social Media. In today’s job market, social media is a must. There are two sides to the social media coin. On one side, social media can lift your brand and help hiring employers to find you.

10 Years on LinkedIn – Why It’s Still Indispensable To Me

Executive Career Brand

I now rely heavily on social media to market and promote the services I offer. Other than that first static website and using email, I had no involvement with social media. So many social media platforms come and go within a handful of years. I’ve accepted that, due to the ever-changing nature of social media, LinkedIn will continuously tweak and update features and functionality. Provides personal brand-supporting social proof.

2017 138

my boss thinks we’re best friends, including social media on a resume, and more

Ask a Manager

She is also helping me study for a certification but every time I go into her office to study, she will ask me “instead of studying today, do you want to go shopping?” Lots of people date coworkers and choose to be discreet about it, and if it’s not impacting the work or subjecting your employer to legal risk, it can just be your business. Including social media on a resume. I was wondering about how to showcase public social media to employers.

2017 22

5 Reasons Why Social Proof Matters to Recruiters and Hiring Managers

Competitive Resumes

Social proof may replace the reference check one day. At the same time, employers have changed the way the vet candidates. CareerBuilder’s annual social media recruitment survey found that 60 percent of employers check candidates’ social media accounts – a 500 percent increase over the last decade. We call this “social proof”: proof of the value you create as an employee shared by others on social media.

2016 100

10 Best Ways to Get More Executive Job Interviews

Executive Career Brand

Put your relevant keywords and phrases from #2 above into play throughout your LinkedIn profile (and other online profiles), but especially put the most important keywords in these sections: Your name (add relevant certifications, accreditations). LinkedIn is the most important place for you to be found online and social network, but don’t stop there. Most recruiters and employers will Google “your name” before deciding whether or not to bring you in for an interview.

2015 191

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

Executive Career Brand

Along with reminding your network about you, these updates reinforce your brand, subject matter expertise, and value to your target employers. Professional development, training, or new certification. Executive Job Search Executive Networking Executive Personal & Career Branding LinkedIn Online Presence & Online Reputation Management Social Media & Social Networking c-suite executive job search executive branding online personal branding

2014 184

How To Build A Strong And Effective LinkedIn Profile

Career Realism

By default, your LinkedIn profile headline reads your current job title and employer, but if you want to grab the attention of others it should say more than that. The Important Details In An Effective LinkedIn Profile Offer Your Value Statement Through The Summary Section Like the resume, your LinkedIn profile should have a Summary at the top that highlights what it is that you have to offer and how that translates to value for the potential employer.

2019 49

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

Executive Career Brand

Let them know what kind of job you want and who your target employers are. Professional development, training or new certification. Social Recruiting and Your Executive Job Search. Executive Career Management Executive Job Search Executive Networking Executive Personal & Career Branding LinkedIn Online Presence & Online Reputation Management Social Media & Social Networking c-level executive job search c-suite personal branding

2013 185

5 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn SEO and Reach More Employers

Competitive Resumes

Job seekers who want to take charge of their online job searches need to start applying search engine optimization (SEO) techniques to their social media profiles – especially LinkedIn. Employers are using Google to vet you. Proactive SEO efforts may produce short- and long-term positive results in the way employers view your job candidacy. So, how can you use SEO to ensure employers find you – in a positive light, no less – on Google?

2018 158

How to Get Your Personal Brand Into Your LinkedIn Profile

Executive Career Brand

You have a “ brand” new executive resume aligning your unique set of qualifications with the needs of your well-researched target employers, and differentiating your value proposition (or personal brand) from your competitors in the job market. Start with LinkedIn – the most important social network for any job seeker, but especially for executive job seekers. They may wonder whether you’re up-to-date and social media-savvy.

2012 203

LinkedIn Profile for College Students 2014

Workology

You will be able to quickly project a professional digital presence that employers can view. You might have a headline such as “University Junior interested in Accounting Internship” or “Social Media Marketing Intern” or “Recent grad seeking PR position in NYC”. Examples of specialties might be: Accounting, Social media, JAVA, Sales, Blogging, Business Development, Statistical analysis, etc. Courses, Certifications, Patents, Languages, Awards, and Publications.

2014 113

Executive Job Search: How Recruiters and Employers Find Candidates.

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 Executive Job Search: How Recruiters and Employers Find Candidates on LinkedIn by Meg Guiseppi on November 4, 2010 · 6 comments No doubt about it, LinkedIn is a fabulous networking and resource tool for job search.

2010 191

Find the Best Executive Resume Writer For You: Where’s the Value?

Executive Career Brand

A highly-targeted, brand-reinforcing resume can make all the difference in gaining interviews with your target employers, pre-qualifying you for top compensation and landing you faster in your next gig. A number of reputable career professional associations offer certifications. The best resume professionals know how to develop a personalized strategy around each client’s unique value to the employers they’re targeting.

2013 154

Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search?

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 Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search? You can’t extend the length of employment for jobs on either side of the gap – that’s lying too. How Much Social Media Is Enough?

2010 154

Unemployed Experienced Job Seekers Time To Get Back to Work

Resume Bear

Things employers want to see on your resume, we recognized how easy it is to get frustrated and want to give up during the job search. Employers don’t hire you for your satisfaction; they hire you to fill their own critical need. Your job is to think of the potential employer as a customer. It must show your value to potential employers to ensure you make it to the interview round. Use social media for personal branding and networking.

2012 211

Executive Job Search: Update Your LinkedIn Network

Executive Career Brand

Professional development, training or new certification. How Recruiters and Employers Find Candidates on LinkedIn. Executive Career Management Executive Job Search Executive Networking LinkedIn Social Media & Social Networking c-level executive job search social networkingExecutive Job Search: Update Your LinkedIn Network is a post from: Executive Career Brand.

10 Steps to an Authentic, Magnetic Personal Brand

Executive Career Brand

Employers look for executive candidates who will be an overall best-fit for their organization. Strengths and weaknesses are internal, and speak to your potential value to an employer. How Much Social Media Is Enough? Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search? Certifications Certified VisualCV Creator View my profiles Search This Site Copyright 2009-2010, Meg Guiseppi, Executive Career Brand, All rights reserved

2010 217

Twitter Turbocharges Executive Job Search and Personal Brand.

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 Twitter Turbocharges Executive Job Search and Personal Brand Visibility by Meg Guiseppi on May 10, 2010 · 8 comments In a recent chat about social media, a new client and I discussed the value of LinkedIn and Twitter.

2010 193

Online Reputation Management: Do You Self-Google?

Executive Career Brand

by Meg Guiseppi on June 8, 2010 · 1 comment A new Pew Research Center report, Reputation Management and Social Media , indicates the following: 57% of adult internet users now use search engines to find information about themselves online, up from 47% in 2006. 46% of online adults have created their own profile on a social networking site, up from just 20% in 2006. How Much Social Media Is Enough? Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search?

50 Hottest Twitter Hashtags for Job Seekers

Resume Bear

The way they find each other is through certain key hashtags, the best of which we have laid out for you to help you in your quest for employment. To Find an Employer. employment : Often listed along with #jobs at the end of a tweet, #employment is a major keyword used by businesses in the market for talent. opportunity : There will be some quotes and other tweets that don’t help you, but there will be plenty of hookups to employment opportunities.

Get Your Executive Brand Into Your Email Signature

Executive Career Brand

Email signatures are one piece in your brand communications plan – a golden opportunity to reinforce your executive brand and further market your unique ROI value to target employers. According to the site: Email Apps enable you to easily customize your email signatures with your personal social profiles and allows you to add to each outgoing email dynamic content such as your latest eBay item, recent blog post, your latest tweet or a cause to promote.

2011 154

Do you have what it takes to succeed in this economy?

Resume Help Blog

Home Our Partners About Us Resume Writers Resume Help – Lesson #1 Resume Help – Lesson #2 Resume Help Blog Stand Out From The Crowd In Today's Job Market MBA Online Recent Posts Putting the Employer First Advice for New Graduates to Compete Successfully How To Save Money On Your Car Insurance The Anatomy of a Hostile Government Takeover – Obamacare at six months. They are skills that you can strengthen to boost your marketability among potential employers.

2009 100

Social Recruiting 101: LinkedIn Profile for Recruiters

Workology

Jay had a unique personal story and compelling employer brand. Enhance your personal brand image by leveraging language and images from your industry, company website, career pages, and social media. What makes your employer brand different? Look over all the special sections and determine which ones are right for you: Certifications, Courses, Publications, Interests, Volunteering, etc. If you work for a large company, ask if your employer provides a banner.

2015 62

Personal Branding By Any Other Name Would.

Executive Career Brand

by Meg Guiseppi on August 16, 2010 · 9 comments As branding has mainstreamed, more and more misinformed dissenting voices scream out across Twitter, blogs, and other social media warning us not to fall for it. I do not have a Master’s in social work or psychology so I feel unqualified for that. How Much Social Media Is Enough? Will Employment Gaps Hurt My Executive Job Search?

2010 146

How to Find Or Be Passionate Talent [4 Ways]

The Undercover Recruiter

Activities: I look for activity outside of the office that support continuing education – specifically the pursuit of advanced degrees and certifications. Social media. Profile: On social profiles that reflect an individual’s occupation, I look for indications of pride. Groups: Participating in social media groups affiliated with their field shows that they’re interested in learning and sharing knowledge with their peers.