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  • Remember: whatever happens in Vegas… …stays on Google
  • CareerBuilder survey (http://snurl.com/3q6wl) notes that one in five employers uses social networking sites to review candidates: Of those hiring managers who have screened job candidates via social networking profiles, one-third (34 percent) reported they found content that caused them to dismiss the candidate from consideration. Top areas for concern among these hiring managers included: 41% - candidate posted information about them drinking or using drugs 40% - candidate posted provocative or inappropriate photographs or information 29% - candidate had poor communication skills 28% - candidate bad-mouthed their previous company or fellow employee 27% - candidate lied about qualifications 22% - candidate used discriminatory remarks related to race, gender, religion, etc. 22% - candidate’s screen name was unprofessional 21% - candidate was linked to criminal behavior 19% - candidate shared confidential information from previous employers
  • So let’s get MOVIN’
  • Shape your brand: Buy your domain name Create a blog
  • Shape your brand: Register your preferred name on all of the social media sites you plan to use
  • Aggregate your content (FriendFeed, Profilactic, etc.) Share it with everyone
  • Think about interactions you have on each site and how each is different: Twitter/Jaiku/Pownce/Plurk, Facebook/MySpace/Ning, LinkedIn/Plaxo/Naymz Twitter: make your bio clear! Put in links Facebook: fill out your profile with everything you possibly can LinkedIn: a photo isn’t required, but it helps
  • Monitor your brand: Technorati, Google Alerts via email, feedreader to track ego searches Activate your brand: BE YOURSELF Be a good member of the community Comment on other people’s content (blogs, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Remember that the comments you make reflect on you
  • Monitor your brand: Technorati, Google Alerts via email, feedreader to track ego searches Activate your brand: BE YOURSELF Be a good member of the community Comment on other people’s content (blogs, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Remember that the comments you make reflect on you
  • Focus on building relationships and making connections. Face to face cannot be overrated.
  • Ford take yourchildtowork-scottmonty

    1. 1. U the online Think ahead
    2. 2. Who am I?
    3. 3. This presentation is brought to you by courtesy of social media
    4. 5. “ Before everything else, getting ready is the secret of success.”
    5. 6. YOU r reputation
    6. 7. Remember: Whatever happens in
    7. 8. … stays on
    8. 10. “ Fat and drunk on Facebook is no way to go through life, son.” - paraphrase of Dean Vernon Wormer, Animal House
    9. 11. you think I’m making this stuff up?
    10. 13. paris britney lindsay
    11. 16. “ You can't build a reputation on what you’re going to do.”
    12. 18. Source: Universal McCann’s Wave3 study, April 2008
    13. 20. Shape
    14. 21. yourname.com SHAPE your brand
    15. 22. SHAPE your brand
    16. 23. SHAPE your brand
    17. 24. SHAPE your brand
    18. 25. Monitor
    19. 26. MONITOR your brand
    20. 27. MONITOR your brand
    21. 28. <ul><li>Go to Google </li></ul><ul><li>Enter “Scott Monty” </li></ul><ul><li>Click Are You Feeling Lucky? </li></ul>
    22. 29. be Y O U R S E L F
    23. 30. Get out there!
    24. 31. At the end of the day, do you know who’s in charge of your career?
    25. 32. U
    26. 33. “ Whether you think you can or think you can’t , you’re right.”
    27. 34. ?
    28. 35. Find me here: www.scottmonty.com twitter.com/scottmonty linkedin.com/in/scottmonty

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