I’ve just completed the second edition of my ebook,
23 Ways You Sabotage Your Executive Job Search and How Your Brand Will Help You Land . . . A practical guide to executive branding, marketing your ROI value and navigating the new world of job search.
Updates to the content reflect the ever-changing nature of social media and job search in the digital age.
I paid particular attention to the two chapters on LinkedIn. (The colloquial chapter titles in the book are things clients have actually said to me or asked me.):
- “I set up a LinkedIn profile a while ago, but I never finished it or did anything with LinkedIn.”
- “How will recruiters and employers find me on LinkedIn?”
If you can find time to use only one social network, it has to be LinkedIn.
LinkedIn and most other social networks have gone through major changes since I wrote the first edition of the book in 2011. To improve the user experience, they periodically tweak existing features and functionality, and roll out new features, while eliminating others.
Want to get a handle on social networking and how to land a job in the new world of executive job search?
Click here to read about, purchase and immediately download 23 Ways You Sabotage Your Executive Job Search and How Your Brand Will Help You Land.
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