Category Archives: Personal Branding
We had the pleasure of hosting a webinar for professional resume writers and career coaches. In a world where you are who Google says you are, online identity management is more important than ever.
QR codes are increasingly popular on resumes and […]
7 Personal Branding Trends for Job Search in 2012
Personal branding pioneer William Arruda has recently shared what he thinks are the top 7 trends for job search in 2012.
Using these tools and techniques in your job search just might give […]
I posed this question on Twitter recently and received mixed responses from job seekers, recruiters and others. Some people said they’re already seeing QR codes on resumes (one person mentioned seeing them on professional conference badges as well), other people […]
We had the pleasure of hosting a webinar yesterday about QR Codes for Law Firms. The webinar covered the history of QR codes, their growing adoption and use by legal marketers, and some best practices about using them in your […]
Understandably, lawyers are busy people. From attracting and gaining clients to keeping up with an ever-changing market, life can get pretty hectic. On top of all that, many lawyers have to keep in mind that their reputations may be at […]
We live in a social world. Most of our news is gained from Twitter streams, we learn about friends getting married on Facebook, and often times, we find jobs through LinkedIn. So, it goes without saying that if you want […]
We live in a society which encourages sharing, especially online. From our Facebook walls to our Twitter feeds, we are bombarded with information, both personal and professional, from people we are friends with, companies we follow, those we admire, etc. […]
Picture this: you are prominent director of a very successful company. You spend your days maintaining your client base, taking care of the needs of your employees and trying to get your organization to the next level. You don’t have […]
Sometimes people judge our abilities — both positively and negatively — based on our reputations, our experiences, what they’ve heard, or just by first impressions. Other times, we are associated with organizations or groups that emit a certain image, so […]