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Posted September 16, 2014 by

College Graduates, Desire to be Better Professionals on Your Jobs? 35 Ways to Improve Yourselves

To be better professionals on their jobs, college graduates can do any of these 35 things in the following post.

We live fast-paced lives; our careers are certainly no different. Sometimes it can be difficult to stop for a moment to think about professional development. The reality is, though, that by choosing one area improvement to focus on at a time, we can become better versions of ourselves – and better

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Selling Yourself? Find an Entry Level Job with These 3 Online Marketing Strategies

Finding an entry level job is about selling yourself.  Learn three online marketing strategies in the following post that can help your job search.

You may not think that online marketing and the job hunt are similar at all. The truth is, though, that the best techniques for marketing and selling a brand online will work while you are marketing and selling… you. To maximize your personal brand and your online presence, here are four online marketing tips

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Posted August 08, 2014 by

Steps on Building a Career in a E-Commerce Jewelry Store

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Green diamond with positive online results in business. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The Internet has completely changed the way business is done in the modern world.  Over the last 20 years, more and more businesses have embraced the world of online marketing in order to tap into the growing market.

The E-Commerce Numbers

In 2012, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) predicted that 2.5 billion people will be using the Internet by 2015, indicating rich opportunities on this platform. According to a study by Nielsen, U.S. e-commerce sales in 2012 accounted for 5.2% of total sales. What’s more U.S. Census Bureau’s statistics indicated that 77% of shoppers are influenced by online recommendations. (more…)

Posted August 01, 2014 by

3 Tips for College Graduates to Sell Themselves into their Dream Jobs

In order to land their dream jobs, college graduates should focus on selling themselves to employers.  The following post shares three tips that can help.

When searching for jobs, what is the most important career skill you can have? No matter the company or the occupation, the ability to sell yourself is key among all other attributes! In an interview, you are tasked with convincing a recruiter that you, amid all other applicants, are the

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Posted July 14, 2014 by

“X” Powers for a Successful Entry Level Job Search

Have you heard of having the “X” factor?  Well, when it comes to your entry level job search, there are some “X” powers that can contribute to success.  Find out what they are in the following post.

From writing a resume to attending job interviews, the entire job search experience has the potential to sap the strength of any mortal. But we have abilities—superpowers, you could say—that can help us, if only we remember to employ them…

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Posted May 28, 2014 by

New to Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs? Avoid Hurting Yourself by Making These 9 Mistakes

For new grads entering the workforce, keep in mind that any little flaw can cost you in your search for recent graduate jobs.  In the following post, learn nine mistakes to avoid so that you don’t hurt your employment chances.

Your first “real” job search (as a newly-minted young professional) is quite a learning experience. So many options; so little time! You can’t wait to hear those magic words: “You’re hired”. You don’t want to make job search mistakes that will extend your job search. But, you may not be clear on exactly what to

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Posted May 09, 2014 by

4 Tips in Sales You Can Apply When Searching for Entry Level Jobs

Even if you are not going after a sales job, consider applying these four tips when searching for entry level jobs, which are found in the following post.

During the job search, many seem to forget the primary point of the entire process: selling you (the candidate) to a buyer (the employer). So even if you’re not going into sales, learning the deal-closing tactics used daily by the best sales professionals will help you get hired. Here are just a few of the sales techniques easily

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Posted April 21, 2014 by

Are You an Internship Finder without Work Experience?

If you are an internship finder, you may discover opportunities that require work experience.  So, how can you overcome a lack of experience in your search?  The following post shares some helpful tips.

You are ready to begin your internship search. And then… you see on several of internship postings that applicants must have previous experience. Previous internship experience. And you have none. And you ask yourself: “When did it become necessary to have experience… to get an internship???”

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Posted April 03, 2014 by

Pursuing Entry Level Jobs in Sales? What You Need to Know

For anyone pursuing entry level jobs in sales, the following post shares some tips for success in these positions.

Going from college or another type of work into an entry-level sales job can be a challenge for anyone. So we asked one of LogoNation’s most experienced sales managers to share some tips for people considering new sales…

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

Seeking Your First Entry Level Job? 5 Skills that Can Help You Compete

If you want to boost your chances of landing an entry level job, the following post shares five skills that will make you more competitive.

You finally graduated and you’re on your own, ready to take on the professional world. Sure, you took all the necessary courses to earn your diploma. But there are some very necessary professional skills your professors likely didn’t teach you. These aren’t industry-specific skills like biology or accounting, nor are they soft skills like learning how to get

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