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Because you are your best product. This is a guest post by Joshua Waldman. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Warning: what I’m about to share with you might actually get you hired faster than you intended. Only follow these instructions if you want a job at your dream company within a few months and you are willing to do whatever it takes to get it. These two techniques are based on a single human characteristic, ego. Almost everyone Googles themselves. Even Lady Gaga googles herself, as if there were any risk of her not showing up! Most busy executives take the time to Google themselves too. And if they don’t, then their admins or customers do. Oh, and guess what the cheapest ads are to buy on Google and Facebook? That’s right, someone’s name. Are you catching on yet? Let me break this down step by step.
You're one comment away from getting all the job interview tutoring you'll ever need. ZoomInterviews is a relatively new site dedicated to helping people drastically improve their job interview skills through video tutorials. To get the word out, they're sponsoring this contest, the fifth and final contest as part of JobMob's 5th Anniversary celebrations. Thank you, ZoomInterviews.
Do good things appear when people google your name? BrandYourself has just relaunched their website and to celebrate, they're sponsoring this contest with prizes that will help boost positive results for you in Google searches. Thank you, BrandYourself. This is the fourth contest as part of the run-up to JobMob's 5th Anniversary on March 21st, and still more are coming. What is BrandYourself? BrandYourself google rankings boostThe idea for BrandYourself came from co-founder Pete Kistler, a star student who years ago had trouble getting job interviews because anyone who googled his name instead found mentions of another Pete Kistler who had been arrested for drug-related offenses. Co-founder Evan Watson says that "BrandYourself is the only Do-It-Yourself platform that makes it easy for anyone to improve their own search results." The new BrandYourself.com won the SXSW accelerator competition and has been covered on major media such as Fast Company, the New York Post, Mashable and TechCrunch.