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The Power of Pull Marketing

In Part 1 of this 3-part blog and video series, Ford R. Myers, Award-Winning Career Coach and Author, discusses how “pull marketing” helps you achieve your career potential. Read more » The post The Power of Pull Marketing appeared first on Career Potential Career Coach Philadelphia. Read Complete Article

Does Social Media Belong on Your Resume?

Almost everyone has at least one social media account today. So since social media is such a big part of life and business, doesn’t it make sense to include your accounts on your resume? The short answer is yes, but with some caveats. Certain social media platforms are perfect for […]

Secrets To Managing Your Online Visibility

If you want to get started managing your online visibility for the long-haul, not just while you’re eager to find a new job, here are the secrets to managing your online visibility and building a reputation of excellence! Listen, Learn, Lead There are three secrets that will help you improve your […]

Be Prepared For Unexpected Weather Delays on Your Interview Day

The weather can cause havoc on any occasion, and a job interview isn’t immune to being affected. You’ve spent countless hours on your LinkedIn profile development, writing an effective resume and polishing up your cover letter only to see a blizzard or powerful storm system is rolling through your area […]

Details to Include in Your Executive Cover Letter

You spend so much time writing the perfect resume, so why do you have to exhaust the same amount of time and effort on a cover letter? The little known fact about resumes and cover letters is they go hand-in-hand in most cases. Some recruiters will look at a cover […]

Job Seekers: Be What They Need, Then Play Hard to Get

  Too many job seekers are contorting themselves into a pretzel to desperately please a hiring manager – longingly hoping to be hired. This suck-up-please-approve-me notion is even worse with experienced job seekers. Nothing more nauseating than an experienced person groveling for love from an employer who doesn’t appreciate what […]

The Monty Python Resume: It’s Not Dead Yet!

  The resume has died a thousand deaths. And it has come to life 1001 times. Brings to mind the hysterical Monty Python “I’m not dead yet” line… This “resumes are no longer useful” topic has been around for a minimum of 19 years. —When Monster came out in 1999, […]

Avoid Using These Words and Phrases In Your Executive Resume

If you’re like most executives, you choose your words carefully when crafting the perfect resume. However, depending on when the last time you updated your resume was, some of the words you think sound good may actually be diminishing your chances of landing an interview. Due to the limited amount […]

How to Use Personal Branding to Your Advantage

Every executive has heard and knows about the importance of c-level personal branding. With all else being equal when it comes to experience and expertise, it is a person’s personal brand that sets them apart from the rest. Whether you’re actively seeking a new job or if you’re interested in […]

The Unspoken Reason Why Employers Struggle to Fill 6 Million Jobs

  The Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that there are 6 million job openings currently, and this open jobs number been consistent for the last five months. With unemployment at a record 17-year low at 4.1%, The Washington Post recently cited that employers are engaged in the “biggest scramble for […]

5 Errors You Could be Making on Your LinkedIn Profile

Having a LinkedIn profile is important for executives today. Networking is such a critical part of business, and many professionals view LinkedIn as the best way to meet other professionals. When completing your profile, it’s important to ensure the right information is included. Sometimes a professional LinkedIn profile writer could […]