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How To Get Hired As A (fill in here)

Over at wait till I come!, Christian Heilmann recently wrote about how to write a proper CV and get hired as a web developer. He opens with a disclaimer explaining how his tips are really only for prospective web developers and that ‘they will probably not work for other professions involved in web development’ but I think he’s selling himself short. As someone who also has hired web developers, I think that aside from a few skimmable details, his tips are useful for any jobhunter. Let’s take a look.

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The Secrets of Successful Internet Conference Marketing – Part 3

The LeWeb3 conference brought to Paris all kinds of people from Internetpreneurs to professional bloggers, from hardcore gamers to so-called Old Media journalists. Many came to listen, but most came with a message to spread. This is Part 3, ending my series of articles on how they did it.

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The Secrets of Successful Internet Conference Marketing – Part 2

The LeWeb3 conference brought to Paris all kinds of people from Internetpreneurs to professional bloggers, from hardcore gamers to so-called Old Media journalists. Many came to listen, but most came with a message to spread.

This is Part 2 in my series of articles on how they did it.

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The Secrets of Successful Internet Conference Marketing – Part 1

The LeWeb3 conference brought to Paris all kinds of people from Internetpreneurs to professional bloggers, from hardcore gamers to so-called Old Media journalists. Many came to listen, but most came with a message to spread. This is how they did it.

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Should Anyone Care About ‘Bloggers for a Better World’?

The idea for Bloggers for a Better World partially came to light as a result of Shimon Peres mentioning in his LeWeb3 speech that we should all accept responsibility for our planet. One step further and we arrive at the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam, literally ‘repairing the world’. However, to repair something, you need to know what’s broken and that is one of the reasons why so many LeWeb3 attendees enjoyed Professor Hans Rosling’s myth-busting presentation on the health of the world. I highly recommend that you watch it.

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