Handy for bloggers and bloggers-to-be.
Thank you to MyBlogGuest for being a Silver Sponsor in The 6th Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest, the second year in a row that they’ve sponsored the contest. Please support them too!
If you need help creating quality content for your blog (or a client’s), or want exposure by guest posting on other blogs, MyBlogGuest is a must-use platform.
To explain why in detail, site founder Ann Smarty furnished this introduction to her site:
There comes a time when even the most successful blogger has to admit that they need a boost.
Whether it is in reputation management or branding, content can only get you so far. To really make an impact, you need to have a platform from which to expand and grow, something best accomplished through networking.
Why is that? Networking with other writers or blog owners, and sharing content between the two, is a quick shot in the arm for any blog. It drives new traffic, connects you to a new reader base and can even just give you a much needed break when you are burnt out blogging.
Continue reading >> MyBlogGuest: A Great Tool For Growing Your Blogging
Learn how to use LinkedIn properly as a job search tool.
join my network cartoonThis is a guest post by Elliot D. Lasson. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
By now, most people know that LinkedIn is the world’s most popular professional networking site. Yes, I have drunk the Kool-Aid and am a big fan.
However, while LinkedIn has many useful capabilities, many people do not use it properly. This ranges from not having an account/profile at all or overusing it. If LinkedIn is not appropriately utilized it will be ineffective or even counterproductive. Also, given the fact that recruiters will often check out your LinkedIn profile, it is critical to have a positive LinkedIn presence.
In this piece, the top 5 mistakes which job seekers and other professionals make on LinkedIn are presented.
Continue reading >> Top 5 Ways To Waste Your LinkedIn Account
When will you take the initiative to find a job?
This is a guest post by Joey Trebif. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
Every day we have a ton of ideas. Ways to improve how we store our pots and pans, maybe shave a few minutes off our daily commute or even how we could improve the terrible food they serve us on airplanes.
We’re all little idea machines, constantly innovating, improving our lives and the lives of our loved ones.
You might walk down the street passing the local pizza shop and think “I can do a better job running this business” or “I could make tastier pizza”.
Maybe the local hardware store has horrible customer service and you have ideas on how to vastly improve their business.
The question is, why don’t you take yourself up on the challenge?
Continue reading >> Why The First Step is Hardest For Career Success
Do you accept every LinkedIn connection requests that comes your way?
This is a guest post by Mildred Talabi. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
For the past eight months or so I have been getting LinkedIn connection requests on almost a daily basis – some from people I know, but the majority from loosely connected or total strangers.
Recently, this one-a-day average shot up dramatically to around five or six requests a day (I still haven’t figured out why) and just as I did with all the others, I accepted, accepted, and accepted, and now my LinkedIn account has so many connections that even LinkedIn can’t be bothered to count them and just simply tells me there are “over 500”.
Continue reading >> Why You Should Reject LinkedIn Connection Requests
Job search in a nutshell.
This is a guest post by Bless Vaidian. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post glines.
Last year I won 1st place in JobMob’s 5th Annual Guest Blogging contest with an article about 10 Good Things To Do While Between Jobs.
This year’s article is the must-do version for job seekers to maximize on the use of their time, energy, and resources.
If followed it will help a new grad, those recently laid-off, a mom looking to go back to work, or even those looking to connect with opportunity find their next job.
Don’t worry about the destination. Focus on the journey and these 3 things you need to do now in your job search to get the results you want.
Continue reading >> 3 Things You Must Do on Your Job Search
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