How can your Real Estate business profit by having a blog? Let's look into how blogging can be beneficial to your real estate business. It can and should be one of the tools in your marketing toolbox. By creating a real estate blog about your area, happenings and commentary, you can begin to position yourself as an … Continue reading Realtors: Is blogging in your marketing toolbox? It’s a must!
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The following article was written exclusively for CreateSpace by Joel Friedlander Recently, I wrote here about using a "Hub and Outpost" approach to organize the social media marketing you're doing for your title. In that article, I looked at the three reasons I think a blog is by far the best tool to use as … Continue reading Action Steps to Take Your Blog to the Next Level of Engagement
Benefit 1: BRANDING: Facebook is great for creating your brand and instilling it into people’s ideas about you. Creating a brand allows you to be more recognizable in the heavily occupied business world so it is important to be able to stand out. Benefit 2: CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT: Entice, engage and invite customers to your business … Continue reading Here is a simple to read list (finally) of the BENEFITS OF FACEBOOK FOR BUSINESS.
Every month we personally review a large number of resumes and LinkedIn profiles so we are able to provide insight into how one resume or profile compares to another job seeker and what recruiters are seeking. ☑ VISUAL PRESENTATION AND ORGANIZATION We’ve all been told that looks don’t matter as much as substance. But, in … Continue reading 5 Key Points to Make Your Resume Stunning in 2020
The most commonly seen errors on a resume and how to fix the errors before you send your resume out to the WWW. Extra: Read our latest post & see the infographic that tells you the 5 Key Areas of a Resume - Get ready for 2020 [Click Here] Located in the Washington, D.C. metro … Continue reading The mechanics of your résumé – 6 Areas You Must Watch Out For When Developing & Reviewing
Who uses Virtual Assistants? Could I use a Virtual Assistant? Sure. Everyone can use a virtual assistant in one way or another. Small and medium sized businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, speakers, coaches, traveling business people, doctor's, lawyers, real estate agents, independent distributors and busy individuals use virtual assistants. Start-up Businesses, Overwhelmed Business Owners, Businesses that … Continue reading FAQ’s – Who, What, Why, How, When is a Virtual Assistant helpful for your business?
I hate my new job. I worked at my old company for 12 years but was let go in a major restructuring. I found a new job, and I’ve been here for four months, but I hate it, and I’m going to quit.
I know, I know, preparing and searching for a new job is a grueling task.
In the Interview: Explaining Why You Left a Job
Every day you see and read an article about your LinkedIn profile. Do this, do that, don’t do this. The list goes on…. I won’t waste your time with any fluff-content here. Just straight to it.
We recommend that each of your positions start with a job scope. This sets the context of how big the world was in which you accomplished your results.
What to Wear (and What Not to Wear) to a Job Interview
Updating your LinkedIn profile can certainly be a daunting task.
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Over 155 million workers in the U.S. have LinkedIn profiles; over 20,000 companies in the U.S. use LinkedIn to recruit; over 3 million jobs are posted on LinkedIn in the U.S. every month; and members can add over 50,000 skills to their profiles to showcase their professional brands. That gives us unique and valuable insight … Continue reading LinkedIn Workforce Report | United States | June 2019
LinkedIn Strategy CHECKLIST
Having just one job/career identity on LinkedIn is easy to convey. But when someone has more than one job, more than one career LinkedIn isn’t really set up to accommodate. But the platform can be strategically manipulated to work for the dual position dilemma.