Top 10 Executive Job Search Posts from 2015

by Meg Guiseppi on December 21, 2015


I’m an avid and frequent blogger, typically posting new content on this blog once a week.

Even though I’ve been blogging with at least once-a-week frequency for more than 7 years now, I still never run out of things to write about, and never tire of doing it.

I can’t keep up with my ongoing list of posts to tackle within relevant topics impacting today’s executive job search – personal branding, resume and biography writing, LinkedIn and other social networking, online reputation management, social media, networking, interviewing, etc. That list continues to grow, so I have every reason to believe I’ll continue posting for a long time.

Besides marketing my business, blogging forces me to stay current with emerging trends. Many posts require research, feeding my need to continuously learn new strategies and ideas. And it doesn’t hurt that I love this kind of writing.

As I look back on posts throughout 2015, clearly LinkedIn was a favorite topic. That’s because LinkedIn is one of the best tools available to job seekers, to communicate their personal brand, position themselves as subject matter experts, stay top-of-mind with their networks, and network their way into new jobs.

My top 10 posts will help you navigate the new world of job search in 2016 and beyond:

5 Toxic Beliefs That Can Derail Your Executive Job Search

10 Steps to Executive Job Search Success

5 Reasons Your LinkedIn Profile Isn’t Working

Get the Most Out of LinkedIn

5 Deadly LinkedIn Mistakes

The Secret of Personal Branding – Be Authentic!

Think Like an Executive Resume Branding Pro

Is Your Online Presence Strong Enough to Compete?

The Online Safety and Privacy Dilemma in Executive Job Search

How to Land, Brand and Ace Executive Job Interviews


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