• Facilitate Job Seeking: Professional Website

    There are clear advantages with having a professional website while seeking employment. Multi-dimensional Resume: An Interactive Interface For Potential Employers Search Through Website By Targeting Skill Sets Create and Disseminate Resumes and Portfolios When you apply to an employment opportunity, the ideal situation is to “pull” potential employers to your professional website for their evaluation… Continue Reading

  • 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

  • Perfect Content

    Not sure what you pay more for in business school, getting an education or learning how to write an effective resume. I remember countless peer reviews, where we picked through each other’s resume! Like a resume, content on your professional website has to be perfect. Here are three stages for getting content right on your… Continue Reading

  • Add Content: Without Professional Experience

    Recent college graduates are faced with a dilemma when they seek employment but do not have enough experience to put on their resume. There are a few ways to get more content on a professional website when you have little professional experience. Use the concept of “projects”. Projects represent a line-item on a resume under… 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

  • Use of Self-Contained Platforms

    In current web development, there is a balance between a functional integrated approach and a visually appealing approach to designing a web page. Web designers often use “self-contained platforms”, such as Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight, to distinguish their website stylistically speaking. These platforms have an interface to create applications with video, audio, animation, and… 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