by Charley Mendoza First impressions count, even online. That’s why your professional bio is one of the most crucial marketing materials you’ll ever write. Whether it’s on Twitter, LinkedIn, your online portfolio or employer’s website, your professional bio is the first thing people will read to understand who you are and what you do. What […]Read more "How to Write a Short Professional Bio (With Templates and Examples)"
by RONDA SUDER You’ve got questions, your interviewer has answers. Take advantage! You’re on your way to landing your next job, or your first job, and everything’s going well. After carefully applying to numerous positions, you’ve been contacted to schedule an interview. Woo-hoo! You begin to break into your happy dance. That is, until you realize […]Read more "THE COMPLETE LIST OF ESSENTIAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS TO ASK"
by Jillian Hamilton Your resume is prime job search real estate. Remove these seven meaningless words from your resume and focus instead on your accomplishments. Creating a resume is hard work. Updating one is challenging. And tailoring your resume is annoying. But this single document is instrumental in opening or locking doors. Words are powerful […]Read more "Remove These 7 Meaningless Resume Words"
by Lillian Childress, Glassdoor We all want a resume that will jump out of the pile into the hands of the HR manager. But how do we craft a resume that is tasteful yet aesthetic, impressive yet not brag-y? Thanks to beautiful templates from Etsy, here are the top resume tips compiled from Glassdoor experts. […]Read more "13 Attention-Grabbing Resume Examples"
by Eileen Hoenigman Meyer A thank you note is an important follow-up after a face-to-face interview, even in our media industry. In addition to being a polite acknowledgement to those who interviewed you, a thank you note also gives you one more opportunity to remind them what a stellar candidate they found in you. Whether […]Read more "How to Write A Winning Thank-You Letter"
“It’s not a resume, it’s a time machine.” –D. Draper. So we all know you need a written (traditional) paper resume to get a job. If you’re in the video field, you’ll also need a video resume/reel showing your camera footage, your motion graphics, your visuals. And if your a print person, you’ll need a […]Read more "“How I landed a job with Slideshare “"
December 16, 2015 by Danny Greer, Rocketstock Creating a landing page to showcase your video business is easier than you might think. The following website builders are simple and affordable options for presenting your video portfolio. Whether you’re a freelance video professional or leading the marketing effort for a production company, it’s imperative that your online presence positively reflect […]Read more "The Best Services for Creating an Online Video Portfolio"