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Posted July 20, 2015 by

Paper Resumes Are So Last Century: How to Stand Out in the Job Hunt Today With a ‘Not-Com’ Domain

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Competition for jobs and internships can be fierce, especially among millennials. Despite improvement in the job market, the unemployment rate is at 14 percent for 18- to 29-year-olds.

Ouch.

So how do you stand out from this crowded field of job seekers?

Talent and tenacity aside, your digital brand is paramount. Gone are the days of paper resumes and phone calls to prospective employers. It’s all about how you present your resume and portfolio online. (more…)

Posted September 12, 2014 by

Work on an Entry Level Job? How to Approach it Like a Boss

No matter whether you work on an entry level job or another position, you can have the mentality of a boss.  Find out how in the following post.

Don’t let Lonely Island mislead you; there’s more to acting like a boss than rolling high and taking liberties with your subordinates’ desks. It encompasses everything from refilling the coffee pot like a boss to going after that big-name client like a boss. No task is too big or too small to tackle with the

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Posted December 17, 2012 by

Should My Real Name Be My Domain Name?

CollegeRecruiter.comDoes using your real domain name help or hurt your personal brand?  Learn more in the following post.

For a long time, businesses could be successful by buying a domain name that exactly matched the keywords of what they did. For example, if you owned a keyboard sanitizing service, you would buy something like KeyboardSanitizing.com.

Without any extra work, you could occupy a top 5 ranking on Google, easy peasy, thanks to the Exact Match Domain (EMD) loophole in the Google search algorithm.

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Should My Real Name Be My Domain Name?