Why Your LinkedIn Content Must be Mobile Friendly

It had been coming for some years now, so it was no surprise when mobile web usage overtook desktop last year. The progress that smartphones have made since 2010 when mobile accounted for just 5% of web use has been phenomenal. While from a recreational/social point of view it is easy to see why people … Continue reading “Why Your LinkedIn Content Must be Mobile Friendly”

Top 4 Traits for Wildly Successful Managers

If you’re focusing on working your way to the top, it’s important that you know what to do when you get there. Not all managers are created equal, and becoming a good one requires time, patience and a willingness to learn. While your management style may be very different from that of other managers in … Continue reading “Top 4 Traits for Wildly Successful Managers”

How to Write Articles for LinkedIn

LinkedIn has now opened its publishing platform to all users, and it would definitely help them to showcase their own content and enhance their credibility. Unfortunately, several contributors are still having issues making this thing work and gaining that visibility that every article needs to thrive. Without any doubt, LinkedIn is an excellent forum to … Continue reading “How to Write Articles for LinkedIn”

How to Prepare and Crack a Digital Marketing Interview

Woohoo! Yes! You fist pump in celebration that you have finally received the call to go in and interview for a Digital Marketing job that you have been eyeing. After the excitement has faded, you realize that you haven’t yet landed the job. You are confident about your skills and experience, but you are now … Continue reading “How to Prepare and Crack a Digital Marketing Interview”

5 Mistakes Which Will Get Your Resume Ignored or Deleted

Your resume is a Marketing Tool, and if you’re not marketing yourself in the right way you’re not going to attract the attention you want. Some job seekers might never have had to ‘market’ themselves before, so it’s a bit of a brave new world – but it’s one you must get to grips with. … Continue reading “5 Mistakes Which Will Get Your Resume Ignored or Deleted”

4 Easy Ways to Increase Your Profile Views on LinkedIn

If your goal is to generate attention (particularly from recruiters), a stagnant LinkedIn profile or one merely up to date is not likely to get you far. The chances of your LinkedIn profile reaping rewards exponentially increase if you remain active. In addition to targeting companies and people to include in your network for outreach, … Continue reading “4 Easy Ways to Increase Your Profile Views on LinkedIn”

Be the Most Impressive Candidate for the Job with these Tricks

What’s going to get the job isn’t just the soft skills and hard talents you’ve developed over the years. It’s also the approach that you take to your prospective employers. It’s about standing out and hitting all the right notes they want to hear. It’s how you find them and what you have to offer … Continue reading “Be the Most Impressive Candidate for the Job with these Tricks”

What Does it Take to Succeed in a Creative Career?

Photo Source – Pixabay Making a success of your career in the creative industries isn’t easy. It’s notoriously difficult to get a break in any of the creative sectors, and there is plenty of competition for places and attention. There are many people who do manage to make a living from being creative though. You … Continue reading “What Does it Take to Succeed in a Creative Career?”

Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Networking

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked,shared and commented posts on the topic of Networking, for the month of March 2016. a) Wear Orange Shoes: The Simple Key to Networking That Nobody Talks About How do you stand out in a room of 100s of other professionals just like you. I bet many/all … Continue reading “Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Networking”

Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Job Search

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked,shared and commented posts on the topic of Job Search, for the month of March 2016. a) 12 Signs you shouldn’t accept that job offer Jacquelyn Smith and Dragan Radovanovic have done an excellent job compiling (in an infographic format) about some potential red flags to look … Continue reading “Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Job Search”