In this fast-paced podcast interview, Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg gives you many practical tips to get through to employers now.

Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg on stageThere are so many tips given, you'll need to listen to this podcast more than once to catch them all.

A marketing idea machine: who is Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg?

In case you’ve been living in a cave for the past several years, Rabbi Issamar is an internationally acclaimed advisor to successful business owners, and a winner of Inc. Magazine’s prestigious “Entrepreneur of the Year” award.

Three lucky winners of The 5th Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest will each receive a full hour of time with Rabbi Issamar to discuss their future, vision, and obtain clarity of goals- and get a game plan for how to get there!

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Podcast highlights

Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg

  • How to get employers and recruiters to like you
  • Using Facebook for extreme company targeting
  • The “Strawman” technique
  • Creative personal branding ideas
  • The power of testimonials and recommendations and who you want to give them
  • Finding personal achievements you didn't realize you had
  • “Smile while you dial” and how to followup and get results
  • How to use difficult past experiences to connect with interviewers and others

And much more…

If you have any other favorite moments in the show, tell us in the comments below.

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Jacob Share

Job Search Expert, Professional Blogger, Creative Thinker, Community Builder with a sense of humor. I like to help people.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Joseph Joel Sherman

    Dear Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg,
    Thank you for your advice and ideas. I like how you explain the malt shake – one product with two very different customer bases – working professionals in the morning who want something to last the drive to work and don’t want to spill anything, and children nagging their parents for a treat in the afternoon.

    The solution – adding flavors that adults will like and a punch card for loyalty, for professionals, and toys for the children seem simple, but it speaks worlds.

    How often in our projects do we fail to see that the same product or service means different things to different people – and how small modifications can make big impacts.

  2. Kate

    I love this podcast.

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