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Mommy, Daddy, Tell Me a Story! – Spinning a Good Yarn with Your College Application, Resume, Cover Letter and Professional Bio

Mommy, Daddy, Tell Me a Story!  – Spinning a Good Yarn with Your College Application, Resume, Cover Letter and Professional Bio

We all love a good story. Admissions committees love good stories. Hiring managers love good stories. Customers and clients love good stories. Always remember: the person you’re writing for is a human being! How do you get another human being to read your document? Spin a good yarn! Get tips here on how to do that.

Let’s Get Personal – Recruiter, InMail and Other Communication Strategies that Work

Let’s Get Personal – Recruiter, InMail and Other Communication Strategies that Work

Getting Personal with LinkedIn InMail Today I read an article by Catherine Byers Breet, a self-proclaimed “recovering recruiter,” on “How to contact a recruiter on LinkedIn.” As you can imagine, recruiters get bombarded by InMails and connection requests every day, and it truly takes something to grab their attention. The same goes for other decision… Read more

How to Find a Job Using LinkedIn

How to Find a Job Using LinkedIn

Are you maximizing LinkedIn’s tools in your job search? LinkedIn is consistently rated in the top 3 resources for job listings on the web (after Indeed and Glassdoor). Surveys have concluded that of all jobs sourced from social media, 89% of those are sourced from LinkedIn. So you can’t afford not to be making the most of… Read more

How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Headline

How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Headline

How confident are you in your LinkedIn headline? Have you crafted it with keywords and viewer engagement in mind? Many LinkedIn users have not considered either SEO or marketing strategies in their headlines, mistakenly believing that their LinkedIn headline must be the same as their current job title. I frequently see job titles like “Project… Read more

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