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The Twitter Job Search Guide by Susan Britton Whitcomb, Chandlee Bryan, Deb Dib

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CHAPTER 11

WHAT’S IN A NAME: CHOOSING TWITTERACCOUNT SETTINGS TO BOOST YOURONLINE PRESENCE

Featured Contributor: Susan P. Joyce, president of NETability, Inc., and editor/publisher of Job-Hunt.org (@JobHuntOrg)

“The new resume is what employers find online about you.”

Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?, in a Career Coach Academy interview with Susan Whitcomb

Employers and recruiters are turning to search engines more and more frequently to find candidates, especially in a down economy. Why? It’s free, it’s fast, and it’s easy.

Finding a candidate via a search of Google, Yahoo!, or Bing can save a recruiter thousands of dollars in fees that would normally be paid to job boards for the privilege of sifting through their ...

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