You created an attention-grabbing CV, submitted it to various companies and recruitment agencies using both the manual and electronic means, waited for any of the companies or recruitment agencies to contact you or invite you for a job interview, called some of the hiring managers and recruiters to remind them of your CV, and you kept waiting, AND....nothing.
Then you created another powerful CV, re-submitted it to even more companies and recruitment agencies and waited again, and kept waiting, AND….nothing.
This is the job search strategy that most job seekers use and it's increasingly frustrating a lot of them nowadays!
What if I told you that there are better, smarter and proven job search strategies? What if I told you that there are tried-and-tested job search strategies that could position you ahead of most other candidates? What if I also told you that there are job search strategies that could allow you to land a perfect job even without the "right experience"?
WILL YOU BE WILLING TO LEARN HOW TO CREATE ANY OF THOSE JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES?
If yes, then read on...
The two most effective and proven job search strategies are the PRE-INTERVIEW PROJECT and the PRE-BRANDING PROJECT strategies. These two strategies can be used to land a perfect job in any field, industry or sector.
The pre-interview project strategy is the act of doing the job before you get the job. It's a strategy that can help you land a perfect job even if you're not so qualified for the job.
The pre-branding project strategy is the process of building a unique and winning personal brand and an optimised digital resume that would help you attract the types of jobs that interests you. If you use this strategy effectively, you would attract good job offers within a short period of time and even without submitting your CV to any company.
In both strategies, you will leverage on the power of networking. In the pre-interview project strategy, you will use more of insider connections in those companies that interests you. In the pre-branding project strategy, you would use a tactic that would help you strategically position yourself in front of potential employers.
Which of the strategies do you prefer?
Each strategy has its own tactics and techniques. Enroll now for my online course and I will teach you how to properly use any of the strategies to land a perfect job within a short period of time.
One of the most common complaints I have heard from most job seekers is many of them think they can’t land a great job because they don’t have enough experience. They focus so much or get scared of some job descriptions and then refuse to target the jobs.
The tactics and techniques behind the pre-interview project strategy is that it will help you beat some of the bottle necks in most of those job descriptions and help you “shortcut” your way to landing a perfect job – even if you’re not so qualified for the job.
The pre-interview project strategy really works if applied effectively. For example, if you’re applying for a content marketing position, a good pre-interview project could be strategically marketing some of the great contents that have been written about the company on social media. You could also write valuable contents about any of the company's products or services and help direct targeted traffic to the company's website, while also promoting their brand. Then you will research on an effective way to tell them why you made those decisions. I have created email templates you could use and how you could get the right persons within the company to forward your project to.
According to CareerBuilder’s annual social media recruitment survey, 60 percent of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates, up significantly from 52 percent last year, 22 percent in 2008 and 11 percent in 2006, when the survey was first conducted. Additionally, 59 percent of hiring managers use search engines to research candidates – compared to 51 percent last year. (The national survey was conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of CareerBuilder between February 10 and March 17, 2016, and included a representative sample of 2,186 hiring managers and human resource professionals and 3,031 full time, US workers in the private sector across industries and company sizes.)
While it’s true some employers use social media to look for reasons not to hire a candidate, the majority are using it as a resource to get a more holistic view of the person they’re thinking of bringing into their organization.
"Tools such as Facebook and Twitter enable employers to get a glimpse of who candidates are outside the confines of a resume or cover letter." - Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer of CareerBuilder
Many employers are looking at candidates’ networking profiles as an expanded resume of sorts – and expect candidates to have an online presence. Some employers are less likely to interview a job candidate if they are unable to find information about that candidate online.
"Twenty years ago, the résumé was a piece of paper. Now, it's a collection of all [candidate] data that can be found online, like participation in online communities, conferences and meet-ups. Recruiters can assess whether a person will fit, and learn if he or she has the right skills for a job." - Jon Bischke, CEO of Entelo
The shift towards the use of digital hiring models will continue to rise. And while digital tools will never fully replace the human instinct necessary for recruiters and hiring managers to identify the right candidates, an ability to adopt the right digital methods could be your biggest advantage to landing your dream job.
"From the résumé to the search to the interview, we're moving toward a digital hiring model. Résumés will be displaced by constantly evolving representations of individual experiences, skills and aptitudes that exist purely in the digital realm. Innovative tools that use social media, big data and other technologies to give tremendous insight into individual job seekers will [be] the primary screening method." - Bob Myhal, director of digital marketing at CBC Advertising and former CEO of NextHire
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I've effectively used the pre-branding project strategy to a great success. I started using the strategy in late 2013 during my final year in the university.
Here are some of the screenshots of job offers I received via LinkedIn. (For private reasons, I erased some of their personal and company names and their faces.)
I got this job offer 6 months after launching my pre-branding project strategy. You could see the job offer was dated 3rd of February, 2014. I was still writing my final year project at the time but was curious to know more about the job.
You could see the job offer was dated 24th of April, 2014.
You could also see the job offer was dated 14th of October, 2015.
The pre-branding project strategy has been proven to work in any field, industry or sector. It's a practical job search strategy that you would start implementing immediately after enrolling for the course.
This course is definitely for...
Your university or college will not teach you how to create a winning personal brand, how to create and optimise a digital resume, how to build your network, how to search for a mentor, how to be digitally-savvy, or how to create a good job search strategy. And these are some of the skills that are critical to surviving in the real world or landing your dream job. Besides, the BEST time to start creating and implementing your job search strategy is while you're still in school.
2. Job Seekers
Most companies are seriously looking for candidates who are digitally-savvy, creative and proactive. This course will teach you how to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in this space and set yourself apart from most other candidates
THIS COURSE IS NOT FOR EVERY STUDENT OR JOB SEEKER