One Last Update For The #8JGBC

The biggest guest blogging contest of 2014 is almost over. 6 weeks after it started, the 8th Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest is coming to an end. Tomorrow, 23 contestants will find out how they split over US$11,000 in prizes, the most in the history of the contest, thanks to a great group of sponsors.


5 Job Search Tools You’re Not Using

What others already know, and you may be missing. This is a guest post by Bless Vaidian. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Technology has changed the way we do things. It gives us options and the digital tools to do things faster and better. At a recent party I discovered that surprisingly many people did not know about the five web sites listed below.


What is Moz and Do You Need it?

Is it possible to provide too much value? Thank you to Moz for sponsoring the 8th Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest. Moz's slogan is "Inbound marketing is complicated. Moz’s software makes it easy." And it's true. Here are some of the tools available, and if you have a website, you should be impressed: * Open Site Explorer - Research and compare backlinks with competitors for intelligent, targeted link building. Identify top pages, view social activity data, and analyze anchor text. * Followerwonk - Take a deep dive into your Twitter analytics. Analyze and segment your followers, compare users, and find out how to engage your audience. * MozBar - View link metrics, analyze page elements and SERP results, and access your favorite SEO tools in-line while you browse the web. For Chrome and Firefox. * Moz Local - Check your U.S. business listings on Google+ Local and other prominent local search engines—then see how you can improve them. * MozCast - Track day-to-day changes and fluctuations in Google rankings. MozCast is your daily "weather report" showing turbulence in the Google algorithm. I use the first 3 tools regularly...


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