And how to use a Facebook page to enhance your job search. This is a guest post by Danielle McGaw. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Social networks can be a great asset to anyone that is looking for a job or knows that they might be looking for a job in the future (and let’s face it - that is most of us!). The fact of the matter is that the number of people that will be looking for a job in the next five years is increasing. So, even if you have a job today, you need to be aware that next week, next month, or next year, you might not and you need to prepare yourself for it now. One of the ways you can do this is by creating a professional Facebook page to brand yourself as a professional in your field and make people aware of your skills. This is not the same as your personal profile where you show off pictures from your latest trip or share funny pictures with your friends. This is purely focused on your professional image.
How to build your online reputation without social media networks or your own blog. This is a guest post by Danielle McGaw. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. It is common knowledge today that employers are using the search engines to find out more about their potential employees than they could ever legally ask in an interview. They can find out more about you than you might realize. Ever posted something stupid on a forum? Or how about posted pictures of your wild weekend in Mexico?