Our objective is to be a trusted online destination for quality career and business resources for individuals and organizations.
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Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) October 20, 2010
CareerShorts.com (http://www.careershorts.com), a leading online learning solution provider and expert marketing company, today announced the launch of its free online expert advice program for job seekers and entrepreneurs.
"Our objective is to be a trusted online destination for quality career and business resources for individuals and organizations," said Kelly Ke, Founder and CEO of CareerShorts.com.
On CareerShorts.com, job seekers, entrepreneurs and other professionals can get free online advice from subject matter experts on a variety of topics ranging from business etiquette, business writing, career and workforce, communication and leadership, personal productivity, social media, entrepreneurship and many more.
For experts, this is an excellent platform to reinforce their expert stature online and learn how to market their expertise via social media. CareerShorts.com also directly promotes its experts to institutions for speaking, training and consulting opportunities. Interested experts can test drive the program using the free trial offer.
The program also offers buyers a highly cost effective way to compare, evaluate and hire quality experts online. Buyers can directly contact an expert or submit a Request for Proposal to a group of experts on CareerShorts.com for free.
Speaking on this occasion, Ke added that in addition to the free online expert advice program, CareerShorts.com also launched a YouTube channel featuring expert interviews and educational shorts on a variety of career and business topics. The first YouTube video, "What Do Job Seekers Need to Know (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPWzPyZKBtc)", shares real world statistics with job seekers on how to win the job hunt war.
CareerShorts.com offers online courses and expert resources on a variety of career and business topics to individuals, universities and companies. The company's clientele includes major business schools and leading corporations.