Nowadays, a quick search on the Internet can tell employers everything they need to know about you. But depending on what they find on your blog or social media profiles, this could be good – or very bad. So, what can you be sure of including who would destroy them and prepare you for professional success?
A. Ways You Have Given Back
A. A visual summary page
A. Your own history
As a potential recruiter, you need to take all possible steps to stand out, and posting videos is a great way to attract Pay attention to yourself.vlog showcases your personality, which all employers are looking for: if you are extroverted and bubbly, put it in play. This could make the difference between being thrown away and being summoned for a interview – Jonathan Long, Market Domination Media®
A. New Ideas and Willingness to Accept Change
Use your blog to showcase something you've built and you're proud of: a website, an event you've organized, a Artistic project or whatever you took the initiative to do, give a glimpse of how you did it and overcame all the challenges you faced – Hongwei Liu, mappedin
A. A love to connect with people
It depends on the work, but what I want to see is the skill in your role.If you are a designer, I would like to see if You are a strategist, I would like to see case studies demonstrating the ability to develop effective strategies to advance a business.Customer service and project management articles – Brian Lischer, Ignyte
A. An Occasional Break in Professionalism
These responses are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitational organization of the most promising young entrepreneurs in the world. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentoring program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses.