Top 5 Secrets to Make Your Web 2.0 Job Search More Effective
A. No reason to expose your entire resume online so that “content thieves” copy it.
B. Why would a recruiter or employer further contact you for information when it all appears to be there?
C. It is absolutely boring to read content on a networking site that will be submitted again word-for-word once your resume is requested. Make your networking profile more personal and concise. Do, however, include all your employment history (company, location, etc.) because this will expand your network reach.Your Participation is Crucial Don’t just set up and go away. You must actively participate in order to leverage social media as a tool. If you don’t think you will use it, don’t set it up. Revisit Your Online Resume Every 3 Weeks Even if you make just a small change to your resume–update it. Searches are often conducted of candidates who submitted within the last 30 days. You know what that means… As always, if any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org | Master Resume Writer Rosa Elizabeth Vargas is the owner of Career Steering, an executive resume writing service. She's an Elite Master Resume Writer (MRW), Certified Expert Resume Writer (CERW), Nationally Certified Resume Writer (NCRW), and Academy Certified Resume Writer (ACRW). Read more » articles by this approved career expert | Click here » if you’re a career expert Image from Gunnar Pippel/Shutterstock