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How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ 2/E Paperback – May 3, 2012
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About the Author
Brad Schepp and Debra Schepp have written numerous books together. Their work has been featured in publications such as Newsweek, Chicago Tribune, Life magazine, Los Angeles Times, and CNNMoney.
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Make your profile more expressive of what you can do, and more attractive to employers.
Expand the network of people that you can rely on for advice, information, and referrals.
Build a reputation for being an expert in your field--and a helpful person whom people want to help in return.
Find companies you want to work for and people there who might be willing to talk with you.
Actually apply for jobs using your LinkedIn profile, which can include a lot more than a printed resume can do.
Receive thoughtful answers to your questions about how to do the job, once you get it.
LinkedIn is the focus of this book (even though it also includes useful chapters on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+) for one simple reason: people are on LinkedIn to talk about doing their jobs, not to watch cute cat videos or share recipes. The authors consider it the single most important online site for job seekers, and yet they are clear about what it can and cannot do. With all their emphasis on professionalism, they still write with a funny, human voice, and give tips on how you can distinguish yourself by doing the same.
It is amazing that a book published in April 2012 can contain any out-of-date information, but social media sites change so rapidly that the printed word cannot keep up. Usually, if the book says a feature is on LinkedIn (or Facebook, etc.), it is still there--you may just have to look in a different menu to find it.Read more ›
Bottom line - If you're looking for a job at any stage in your career, this book will give you the best advice about how to connect and engage with people online in ways that will more likely than not lead to a job.
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Have gotten real clients with this and the companion book......
and you will too, if you follow most of what is detailed within this book.
This book is very informative. If you like this book, try also "How to Find your Best Job Ever" by Maggie Neilson. Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Maggie N