"Today's most common follow-up method is an e-mail. However, this does very little to differentiate. The 'Follow Up Ideas' app provides ideas that will help job seekers remain top-of-mind weeks or months after the interview--something an e-mail can't do."
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Kevin Hungate, President of Follow Up Ideas, LLC, announced today, the launch of an employment app called “Follow Up Ideas,” designed to help today’s job seekers differentiate themselves and better compete in an extremely challenging job market.
While there is ample information about how to write a resume or prepare for a job interview, there is very little information about an often overlooked but vital aspect of the interview process: follow-up after the job interview.
“People don’t realize the importance of proper follow-up after an interview,” says Kevin. “Sending an e-mail is not enough. Today’s hiring managers are looking for people that will go above-and-beyond and it’s important to demonstrate this trait during the interview process. I created the ‘Follow Up Ideas’ app to serve as a resource or idea generator that will help people remain top-of-mind weeks or months after their interview.”
During his tenure as a vice president of sales for a subsidiary of one of the largest media companies in the world, Kevin has interviewed many applicants for jobs ranging from entry-level to six-figure salaried positions. Kevin provides the perspective of a hiring manager who has seen firsthand the level of follow-up typical with today’s job seekers. Through the “Follow Up Ideas” app, Kevin offers a unique competitive edge by providing creative ideas that will truly stand out and grab attention.
In addition to the ideas Kevin provides, the “Follow Up Ideas” app allows users to submit their own ideas, or for a fee, request a one-hour consultation that includes an idea customized for their specific job search. There is also an “idea forum” where users can post questions and talk amongst themselves.
To download the Follow Up Ideas app, you can visit http://www.followupideas.com or search “follow up ideas” in the Apple or Google Play app store.
To view an explanation and brief demonstration of the Follow Up Ideas app, you can visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONuQhM4gBFQ&feature=youtu.be
About Kevin Hungate
Kevin Hungate has extensive experience in TV sales. In 2008 he was appointed Vice President of Sales at WCAU-TV/NBC10 in Philadelphia where he was responsible for all sales strategy, budgeting, forecasting, recruitment, pricing and inventory management. Kevin managed a team of 30+ people and was responsible for $100M+ in revenue.
In 2012, Kevin moved to New York and founded Follow Up Ideas, LLC. In September, his company launched a mobile app designed to help people stand out and remain top-of-mind during the job interview process. Kevin has interviewed many for jobs ranging from entry-level to six-figure salaried positions and provides the perspective of a hiring manager who has seen firsthand the level of follow-up typical with today’s job seekers. Through the “Follow Up Ideas” app , Kevin offers people a unique competitive edge by providing behind-the-scenes knowledge of what it takes to truly stand out to today’s hiring managers.
About Follow Up Ideas, LLC
Follow Up Ideas, LLC is an employment consulting company created by a former Vice President of Sales for a subsidiary of one of the largest media companies in the world. We provide customized instruction on how to get your resume noticed, how to excel in the interview and we pay special attention to follow-up after the interview by creating ideas that allow you to remain top-of-mind days or weeks after the interview. The company’s philosophy is based on the power of differentiation. With so many currently seeking jobs, Follow Up Ideas, LLC helps people cut through the job applicant clutter with unique concepts and approaches that can only come from someone with personal and professional knowledge of what it takes to truly remain memorable with today’s hiring managers. For more information, please visit http://www.followupideas.com or download the Follow Up Ideas app by visiting the Apple or Google Play app store. You can also follow us on Twitter @followupideas or like us on facebook at facebook.com/followupideas