If you are looking for work, of course you want to write a compelling resume. But today, as Dorie Clark wrote in Reputation 3.0: The Internet Is Your Resume, what can be found about you online (your personal e-reputation) may be more important than your resume and may significantly affect your ability to get a job. Managing your online reputation is important for job seekers and for anyone who wants to advance their career. KBSD prepared the following infographic with guidance on how to manage your personal e-reputation.
Articles Related to Managing Your Personal E-Reputation
- Rank for Your Name: Reputation Management for Lawyers – and Anyone Whose Name IS Their Brand (bruceclay.com)
- Reputation 3.0: The Internet Is Your Resume (forbes.com)
- Top 12 Steps to a Better Online Reputation [infographic] (marketingpilgrim.com)
- How To Build Your Personal Brand And Your Body Of Work – Tips From Pamela Slim (forbes.com)