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A short presentation to broadcast journalism students about how they can use the web as part of their efforts to find a job.

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  • Webjobs

    1. 1. #digidickinson DIGITAL JOB HUNTING
    2. 2. #digidickinson SEARCHING SCHMOOZING & RAMPANT SELF PROMOTION
    3. 3. #digidickinson JOB Guardian Media Hold The Front page Journalism.co.uk BBC Jobs Jobs4journalists SITES Media UK Grapevine The Radio Magazine Mediaweek
    4. 4. #digidickinson JOB SEARCHES USE GOOGLE ALERTS TO MONITOR AREAS FOR SEARCH e.g. radio OR broadcast jobs UK then focus in on the sites of interest USE RSS TO FILTER AND TRACK INTERESTING SITES
    5. 5. #digidickinson BUILDING A COMMUNITY BUILDS YOUR VISIBILITY TWITTER FACEBOOK BLOGS WIKIPEDIA
    6. 6. #digidickinson USE THE COMMUNITY FOLLOW THE FOLLOWERS MAKE YOURSELF KNOWN LOOK AT BLOG ROLES BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION SUBSCRIBE TO SITES SHOW YOUR WORKING OUT
    7. 7. #digidickinson PORTFOLIO WEBSITE blogging software website builders Free and (mostly) no ads Free but (often) ad supported Restrictive with A/V Control over layout Layout restrictions Can be frustrating Blogger Restrictive with A/V Wordpress Drupal Gardens Tumblr Weebly Posterous
    8. 8. #digidickinson 3RD PARTY YOUTUBE VIMEO MEDIA BLIPTV SOUNDCLOUD PODCASTBEAN PODCASTMACHINE HOSTING Most of these will embed in to blog and websites.

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