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Job Search 2.0: Build Your Online Reputation

by Mohammed on September 7, 2010

Today, you don’t need to pay $$$ to get more business or job offers. Your online reputation can speak on your behalf and get you your dream job.

Microsoft researcher Gordon Bell said in a CNN interview that “by about 2020, our entire life histories will be online and searchable.”  What ego do you want the next employer to hear when he searches on your name?

Remarkable Personal Brand Jacob Share said “A personal brand is the impression you want to leave on people, the way you want to be remembered.  Everything you do and create to reinforce that impression is also part of your personal brand.  Protecting your personal brand means protecting your investment in yourself.”

Part of what Personal Branding can do for you:

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1 City Sylvester September 8, 2010 at 12:54 AM

I read you post on Job Mob, you did an excellent job! That was a 5 star post that I’ve added as a favorite:) You’re absolutely right about the importance of building an online presence, in a few years everyone who though personal branding was a fad is going to wish they hadn’t.
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2 Mohammed Al-Taee September 8, 2010 at 10:27 AM

You’re absolutely right about the importance of building an online presence, in a few years everyone who though personal branding was a fad is going to wish they hadn’t.
  

Agree City, the rest of our life is a continuous process to maintain our brand.

Thanks for your comment.

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3 uk jobs September 29, 2010 at 9:38 AM

First you have to know where the jobs are before you mount a strategy to go after them. Most executive job seekers look to executive recruiters and job boards for open positions. The problem with this is recruiters get 15% of all executive searches and fill half of them, and only 1% of anybody ever gets a job from a job board.

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