Positioning yourself for a job search using the social web

I had the pleasure of presenting at Nefesh B’Nefesh on Tuesday afternoon to a wonderful group of immigrants to Israel – some who came very recently and others who have been here much longer than I have.

My presentation provided ideas and strategy for using web-based tools to compliment traditional methods when you’re searching for a job. It’s my opinion that many of our tried-and-true methods of reaching would-be employers have a web-based corollary.

To be sure, the elements involved take some skill, industry-specific knowledge and time, but I think they can play a role in our job search today.

I finished my presentation with tips to continue your personal branding when you find employment – cataloging achievements and building connections along the way.

You can view the presentation slides here. Nefesh B’Nefesh also videotaped the seminar, and I hope to make that available here on the blog shortly.

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  2. An introduction to social media marketing



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Positioning yourself for a job search using the social web

I had the pleasure of presenting at Nefesh B’Nefesh on Tuesday afternoon to a wonderful group of immigrants to Israel – some who came very recently and others who have been here much longer than I have.

My presentation provided ideas and strategy for using web-based tools to compliment traditional methods when you’re searching for a job. It’s my opinion that many of our tried-and-true methods of reaching would-be employers have a web-based corollary.

To be sure, the elements involved take some skill, industry-specific knowledge and time, but I think they can play a role in our job search today.

I finished my presentation with tips to continue your personal branding when you find employment – cataloging achievements and building connections along the way.

You can view the presentation slides here. Nefesh B’Nefesh also videotaped the seminar, and I hope to make that available here on the blog shortly.

Share this link:RSS email Digg del.icio.us Facebook Twitter Posterous Ping.fm LinkedIn PDF Print

Related posts:

  1. Using Social Media Tools for Corporate Branding: A Case Study
  2. An introduction to social media marketing


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Positioning yourself for a job search using the social web

I had the pleasure of presenting at Nefesh B’Nefesh on Tuesday afternoon to a wonderful group of immigrants to Israel – some who came very recently and others who have been here much longer than I have.

My presentation provided ideas and strategy for using web-based tools to compliment traditional methods when you’re searching for a job. It’s my opinion that many of our tried-and-true methods of reaching would-be employers have a web-based corollary.

To be sure, the elements involved take some skill, industry-specific knowledge and time, but I think they can play a role in our job search today.

I finished my presentation with tips to continue your personal branding when you find employment – cataloging achievements and building connections along the way.

You can view the presentation slides here. Nefesh B’Nefesh also videotaped the seminar, and I hope to make that available here on the blog shortly.

Share this link:RSS email Digg del.icio.us Facebook Twitter Posterous Ping.fm LinkedIn PDF Print

Related posts:

  1. Using Social Media Tools for Corporate Branding: A Case Study
  2. An introduction to social media marketing


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Positioning yourself for a job search using the social web

I had the pleasure of presenting at Nefesh B’Nefesh on Tuesday afternoon to a wonderful group of immigrants to Israel – some who came very recently and others who have been here much longer than I have.

My presentation provided ideas and strategy for using web-based tools to compliment traditional methods when you’re searching for a job. It’s my opinion that many of our tried-and-true methods of reaching would-be employers have a web-based corollary.

To be sure, the elements involved take some skill, industry-specific knowledge and time, but I think they can play a role in our job search today.

I finished my presentation with tips to continue your personal branding when you find employment – cataloging achievements and building connections along the way.

You can view the presentation slides here. Nefesh B’Nefesh also videotaped the seminar, and I hope to make that available here on the blog shortly.

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I had the pleasure of presenting at Nefesh B’Nefesh on Tuesday afternoon to a wonderful group of immigrants to Israel – some who came very recently and others who have been here much longer than I have.

My presentation provided ideas and strategy for using web-based tools to compliment traditional methods when you’re searching for a job. It’s my opinion that many of our tried-and-true methods of reaching would-be employers have a web-based corollary.

To be sure, the elements involved take some skill, industry-specific knowledge and time, but I think they can play a role in our job search today.

I finished my presentation with tips to continue your personal branding when you find employment – cataloging achievements and building connections along the way.

You can view the presentation slides here. Nefesh B’Nefesh also videotaped the seminar, and I hope to make that available here on the blog shortly.

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