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Dirty Rotten Job Search Tricks: Create Subject Matter Expertise With Blogs

Nov 1 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, social branding by Phil Rosenberg

So how can you create subject matter expertise? One great way is to write articles on the topic – Here’s 3 ways to create subject matter expertise with blogs …

Filling Resume Gaps: Part 7 – Blogging

Jul 9 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, social branding by Phil Rosenberg

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Blogging is an awesome way to fill resume gaps at the same time as you’re changing, building, or amplifying your subject matter expertise. Here are 8 reasons you should blog if you’re searching for a job – especially if you’re in career transition …

Book Review: The New Community Rules – Tamar Weinberg

Oct 21 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Tamar Weinberg is a blogger for about a billion blogs (including Mashable), social media expert and author of “The New Community Rules”, a book about marketing using Web 2.0 tools. It’s written as a noobie guide for small business – so it’s perfect for job seekers looking to learn how to create their Job Search […]

Your Resume Stinks!

Oct 20 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

I don’t even have to see your resume to know that it stinks. How can I know this? Because it’s a resume, and resumes stink. Learn more about why your resume stinks … Resumes don’t work well in today’s world because they only work one direction … you to the employer. Resumes seldom grab the […]

Do You Own Your Own Name? Or does someone else?

Oct 13 2010 in Job Search Strategy, Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog, social branding by Phil Rosenberg

Who owns your name? If you haven’t claimed it, it might not be you. Learn why you need to claim your own name if you’re a job seeker, and what can happen if you don’t … It’s easy to say “this will never happen to me” … but unless you are the only person in […]

Who Really Owns Your Linkedin/Facebook/Twitter Account?

Oct 12 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Who really owns your social networking accounts – You or your employer (or ex-employer)? You might be surprised that these accounts might not belong to you. Learn what you can do to protect your Rollodex and contacts … featured a great article a few weeks ago called “Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile? What EVERYONE […]

Power Your Job Search With Email On Overdrive

Jun 24 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

I had the opportunity to speak with T.A. McCann, CEO of, to discuss how Gist’s free service can help job seekers. is a plug-in for major email applications and web based email, that mashes-up your contact list with information from Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Google to give job seekers better information about the […]

Why Every Job Seeker Needs To Blog

May 6 2010 in Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Blogging … sounds hugely time consuming and maybe intimidating to those who don’t have one. But blogging is one of the single most powerful things a job seeker can do to advance your job search. Blogging can help candidates across the board, whether you are active or passive, white collar or blue collar, experienced or […]

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