• GroupShare, Resume Review

    The content on your professional website should be absolutely perfect and one of the best ways to get there is by using peer-to-peer reviews. While attending a MBA program at the University of Maryland, I remember spending countless afternoons working in small groups providing and receiving feedback to improve the effectiveness of each statement on… Continue Reading

  • A Data-Centric Approach, Professional Website

    From the beginning, I envisioned our service would be built with a data intensive backbone – meaning our databases would play a major role in all facets of our service. Our approach was to build interrelated MS SQL databases that could easily be accessed by SQL queries, procedures, and functions across many different platforms; it… Continue Reading

  • Layout of Admin Interface, Professional Website

    The first step in setting up your professional website is walking through the setup wizard, which helps you build the basic foundation of your website and setup some of the configuration settings. Everything seems alright, the wizard interface is simple. But when you are finished with the wizard and taken to the next screen, the… Continue Reading

  • Evidence a “Pull Approach” Is Effective

    In a previous blog, I introduced a “pull approach” to employment seeking – where you “pull” potential employers to your professional website to find employment (Pull Approach, Employment Seeking). The effectiveness of this approach hinges on whether potential employers seek employees. For many reasons, I think this is where the landscape of finding employment is going… Continue Reading

  • Rich Content, With A Professional Website

    Throughout past blogs, I have talked about the importance in having valuable textual content on your professional website and I standby the necessity to have succint, results-oriented statements that have been peer reviewed for accuracy and effectiveness. However, after reading a blog “Visual-Content-Trumps-Text-in-Driving-Social-Media-Engagement-INFOGRAPHIC”, I thought it necessary to clarify. When we talk about having rich… Continue Reading

  • Understanding Stylistic Appeal Of A Template

    Stylistically speaking, there are a few basic components of a website. First, there is the overall layout; this includes how the page is structured, its color scheme, and any other distinguishing features of a page (and is visible on each page within a website). Second, there is a menu; something that allows for you to… Continue Reading

  • What is a professional online identity?

    With the ever expanding reach of the internet, it is becoming increasingly important to understand how your identity is managed across various web platforms and also developing your own professional identity – something that can act as the primary node for all professional information about you. The idea of establishing a professional identity is to… Continue Reading