How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile: Job Search Tactic #1
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    How Do You Guarantee Career and Job Search Success?

    Is Your Personal Brand Strong Enough for you to be FOUND?

    Can You Be Easily FOUND?

    One of the methods of ensuring long-term career success is to build a powerful personal brand so that you can be found vs. always trying to find a better deal when your desperate.

    Andy Robinson, wrote a blog post on the Smart Networking Blog, that talks about the 8 key benefits from having a strong personal brand - especially for those interested in long-term career success.

    Take all 8 of his benefits together and you've almost got a guarantee of success.

    Andy obviously subscribes to the school of Harvey McKay, who wrote the blockbuster "Dig Your Well Before You Need It".

    Why wait until you're desperate and have to make a move - frequently landing yourself in the ugly "Cycle of Transition?"

    A very good read on justifying a continuous investment in building your personal brand - both on-line and off-line.

    Barry Deutsch

    PS - One of the first steps in building a powerful personal brand is to ensure your LinkedIn Profile can be found by people (HR, Hiring Managers, Recruiters) looking for individuals just like you.

    Have you taken our FREE LinkedIn Profile Self-Assessment yet? Thousands of Job Seekers have taken this quick and easy assessment, and dramatically improved the effectiveness of their job search through a better LinkedIn Profile.

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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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