• Employed, Why have a Professional Website

    Every professional should have their own professional website, whether they are seeking employment or are gainfully employed; here are some clear advantages for someone not necessarily looking for employment: Establishing an online professional identity. Owning and choosing how to “project” your content. Sharing a “body of work”. Validating your proficiencies in technologies, languages, etc. LinkedIn… Continue Reading

  • Top 10 Benefits of A Professional Website

    Up until recently, the idea of having your own professional website was somewhat limited to certain professions – like IT professionals, professors and researchers, artists, etc.. For each of these professions, a professional website made sense: IT professionals demonstrate their proficiency in different technologies, professors and researchers reference their publications, and artists, web designers, graphic… Continue Reading

  • Professional and Personal Content

    As you strategize the development of an online identity, you must choreograph how your content is disseminated across social media and profile web services. For any clear professional web services, such as LinkedIn or MonsterJobs, any content you publish must follow proper professional etiquette, serve a purpose, and be carefully scrutinized; the web content should follow… Continue Reading

  • Network Vs Identity

    On some social media platforms, it appears that the development of a “network” preceded  that of an “identity.” The biggest, most popular web services, Facebook and LinkedIn, concentrated their efforts on building networks, vast connections of professional and personal relationships that transformed how we interact with each other.  However, only in the past year have… Continue Reading