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You’re about
to get fired.
It’s not you, it’s the economy.




                                y
                       e econom
                   ...
It's a recession when
 your neighbor loses
          his job; it's a
     depression when
        you lose yours.
        ...
Better get ready.
Chris Lunt
CEO, Nombray
Step 1


    Sign up for
…to show you
are experienced.



Link to your old coworkers, to
show that you are connected.
Step 2


   Sign up for
…to show you are industrious.




   You can appear busy and
thoughtful. Just a couple rules:
Don’t tweet what
you’re eating… 

                       …or how you feel



More
&ps
at:


h-p://bit.ly/3Y0ZNi

Step 3


 Sign up for
…to make yourself discoverable.




   Centralize your LinkedIn,
  Twitter and other profiles.
Step 4


Show you are
If you like
   Sign up for

Photography

    Writing

      Books
Step 5


   Show you are DISTINCTIVE
Create a presentation showing your work




    And post it on
Step 6

         Be Informed. 

Search for forums used by your profession:
Step 7
    Come recommended.

  Ask one person from each past job
  for a recommendation on 


        (Offer one in return)
This is where reputation comes in.




                      A1er all…
You can’t build a
reputation on what
you’re going to do.
           -Henry Ford
Step 8

          Be           .
Check on your alumni site and
for local events.


                        But…
Do the free ones first.
Step 9

          Be consistent.

 • Add your domain to your email signature
 • Link all your profiles together
 • Use a go...
But take it easy with the
“personal brand” stuff.

You don’t want to
    look smarmy


                 (or unctuous)
Step 10


           Be discreet.



              Nobody wants to see…
Or…
Or…
So limit your Facebook
friends to real friends.



     And treat every
     photo you post
      as if it’s public.
Now you’re ready to
 get your next job.


    Go get ‘em, tiger.
One more time:
• Step 1: join LinkedIn
          • Step 6: join industry forums
• Step 2: join Twitter
           • Step 7...
More details at: http://blog.nombray.com/

Chris Lunt – chris@nombray.com

Photo credits:
“It’s not you, it’s the economy”...
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Advice for managing your personal brand online to help you get your next job. 10 tips on using the social web to improve your reputation, and make a good first impression.

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You're about to get fired (using the web to get a new job)

  1. 1. You’re about to get fired.
  2. 2. It’s not you, it’s the economy. y e econom  th
  3. 3. It's a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it's a depression when you lose yours. -Harry S. Truman
  4. 4. Better get ready.
  5. 5. Chris Lunt CEO, Nombray
  6. 6. Step 1 Sign up for
  7. 7. …to show you are experienced. Link to your old coworkers, to show that you are connected.
  8. 8. Step 2 Sign up for
  9. 9. …to show you are industrious. You can appear busy and thoughtful. Just a couple rules:
  10. 10. Don’t tweet what you’re eating… …or how you feel More
&ps
at:

 h-p://bit.ly/3Y0ZNi

  11. 11. Step 3 Sign up for
  12. 12. …to make yourself discoverable. Centralize your LinkedIn, Twitter and other profiles.
  13. 13. Step 4 Show you are
  14. 14. If you like Sign up for Photography Writing Books
  15. 15. Step 5 Show you are DISTINCTIVE
  16. 16. Create a presentation showing your work And post it on
  17. 17. Step 6 Be Informed. Search for forums used by your profession:
  18. 18. Step 7 Come recommended. Ask one person from each past job for a recommendation on (Offer one in return)
  19. 19. This is where reputation comes in. A1er all…
  20. 20. You can’t build a reputation on what you’re going to do. -Henry Ford
  21. 21. Step 8 Be . Check on your alumni site and for local events. But…
  22. 22. Do the free ones first.
  23. 23. Step 9 Be consistent. • Add your domain to your email signature • Link all your profiles together • Use a good profile picture
  24. 24. But take it easy with the “personal brand” stuff. You don’t want to look smarmy (or unctuous)
  25. 25. Step 10 Be discreet. Nobody wants to see…
  26. 26. Or…
  27. 27. Or…
  28. 28. So limit your Facebook friends to real friends. And treat every photo you post as if it’s public.
  29. 29. Now you’re ready to get your next job. Go get ‘em, tiger.
  30. 30. One more time: • Step 1: join LinkedIn • Step 6: join industry forums • Step 2: join Twitter • Step 7: get recommendations • Step 3: join a Nombray • Step 8: network • Step 4: join a creative site • Step 9: put your message • Step 5: put a presentation on everywhere • Step 10: be discreet SlideShare
  31. 31. More details at: http://blog.nombray.com/ Chris Lunt – chris@nombray.com Photo credits: “It’s not you, it’s the economy” http://flickr.com/photos/editor/271510402/ “Experienced” http://flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/2987260527/ “Industrious” http://flickr.com/photos/danzen/799527286/in/set-72157600733303950/ “How you feel” http://flickr.com/photos/restlessglobetrotter/2149696743/ “Free ones” http://flickr.com/photos/neubie/2273635564/ “Be discreet” (Klingons) http://flickr.com/photos/plasticbystander/1163752273/ “Public Photo” http://flickr.com/photos/ingorrr/2086548039/

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