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    Featured Job Search Best Practice Blogger: Miriam Salpeter at Keppie Careers

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    Our first featured Job Search Best Practice Blogger is Miriam Salpeter at Keppie Careers. Miriam provides exceptional content, great ideas, tips, techniques, and recommendations on how you can conduct an effective job search. She has a great following of dedicated fans and continues week after week to provide job search best practices to job seekers.

    This is a blogger whom every job seeker should be following. Visit her job search blog and subscribe to her blog feed.

    We're featuring the very best job search bloggers from across the Internet just like Miriam.

    Do you deserve to be on this A-list of Job Search Bloggers? Let us know if you think you're blog is worthy of being on the same pedestal as the blog Miriam writes at Keppie Careers.

    Barry Deutsch

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    Barry Deutsch

    About the Author

    Barry Deutsch is a founding Partner of IMPACT Hiring Solutions, co-author of "You're NOT the Person I Hired", and "This is NOT the Position I Accepted". Barry is an award-winning international speaker, retained executive recruiter, and expert on hiring and retaining top talent, and executive job search.

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    1. Barry - Wow...I am very flattered! Thank you so much for your very kind endorsement of my blog. It means the world to me to know that colleagues like you enjoy what I write. It helps make it all worthwhile! It is great to be part of such a terrific blogging community and to be inspired by dedicated and talented professionals on a regular basis.

      Thanks for making my day!


      • Miriam,

        Your recognition is well-deserved. I've spent a lot of time over the last few years following everyone who is blogging in the job search/career space. I've been able to narrow this down to roughly about 100 bloggers who write with some frequency and actually have good information, well-researched articles rather than just opinion, and who offer decent value back to their followers. We can narrow that list down to maybe 20-25 top 10% bloggers like you and I who write with high frequency, are very well-published and respected across the Internet, and provide outstanding insights, information and rich FREE resources to help job seekers.

        I am glad to be in the same company with you publishing and sharing job search knowledge.



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