FREE eBook on Smart Personal Branding with LinkedIn

by Meg Guiseppi July 20, 2017

In 2009 I wrote a little ebook for Job-Hunt.org on using LinkedIn for personal branding and executive job search. I did a minor update in 2010. Not too much had changed. With LinkedIn’s newest 2017 User Interface, I needed to do a major revamp of the ebook. The new title is “Smart Personal Branding with LinkedIn […]

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How to Network Into the Goldmine of Hidden Executive Jobs

by Meg Guiseppi July 17, 2017

If you’re in any way involved in executive job search, I’m sure you’ve often heard and read that networking – face-to-face, on LinkedIn and elsewhere online – plays a key role in landing a good-fit gig. Most of my executive job-seeking clients understand the value of networking . . . that is, connecting with, and […]

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7 Things Successful Executive Job Seekers Know

by Meg Guiseppi July 13, 2017

Want to know what c-level executives who land jobs faster know about executive job search?






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5 Nifty LinkedIn Hacks That Make Executive Job Search Easier

by Meg Guiseppi July 10, 2017

  If you’re actively in a job-hunt, you know that it’s hard and takes a lot of time. I suspect that if you knew about ways to make it easier, and save time doing the job search things you need to do, you’d grab on to them. When I go through the annual re-certification process […]

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The New 10-Step Executive Personal Branding Worksheet

by Meg Guiseppi June 26, 2017

Differentiate your unique ROI for today’s executive job search.   Personal branding has come a long way since Tom Peters ignited the business world nearly two decades ago with his personal branding manifesto on Fast Company, THE BRAND CALLED YOU. “You’re every bit as much a brand as Nike, Coke, Pepsi, or the Body Shop. […]

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Executive Job Search: Blogging? What Am I Going To Write About?

by Meg Guiseppi June 22, 2017

Executives are being found and landing jobs because they blog.






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