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How to Create a WordPress Resume

The home base for your Internet presence is your personal website. At #CareerGravity, we highly recommend using WordPress to build your site. While WordPress is the world’s most popular blogging software, you don’t necessarily need to use it that way. You can use it to create an online WordPress resume. Once you install WordPress, you’ll […]

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Webinar Recap: Your Personal Online Brand, With or Without You

The economy isn’t exactly going gangbusters, but the online environment is, and that’s what #CareerGravity is all about—you, going gangbusters online, creating a loud, disruptive, impressive and effective digital footprint. Those who attended Thursday’s presentation heard Jon DiPietro and yours truly, #CareerGravity’s co-founders, discussing all that. We used the terms “online footprint” and “digital footprint” […]

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Your Online Career Development Shopping List

Once you’ve completed your #CareerGravity design (by creating and selling your online personal brand), it’s time to gather together all of the materials you’ll need to build your #CareerGravity generator. In this post, you’ll have to decide whether you want to go with the free or paid route. If you’re apprehensive about your technical prowess […]

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The Google Resume

Marketing guru David Meerman Scott recently offered some Tough love for marketing and PR job seekers. He asked, “What happens if I Google the name on your resume and the most recent company you worked for?” He answers his own question by offering, “Sadly, for many job seekers, what pops up on Google are a few […]

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Twitter Is a Conversation Search Engine that Needs a Dashboard

Yes, you’ll follow others on Twitter, they’ll follow you, and your and their tweets will display in all-inclusive streams appearing on your and their computer screens. But searching Twitter through the lens of Twitter itself and its catchall, one-stream-per-page streams, is inefficient. In fact, searching and participating at all in Twitter directly via the Twitter […]

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