Secrets of the Job Hunt Invites Members to Use Social Media to Build Their Brand

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93% of organizations are reported to use social media in their hiring and recruiting processes. Personal branding online is paramount for job seekers building a long term career strategy.

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The newly launched online community is hosting a pioneering webinar on February 26, 11AM CST. Participate and learn how to optimize social media profiles including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and blogs to build momentum and a professional presence online. For those not actively in the job hunt, learn how to use social media networks and blogs to develop a personal and professional brand. In this hour long webinar, best practices and optimization secrets will be revealed to help attendees get in front of hiring managers and land the job they love.

"A reported 93% of surveyed organizations according a Ventura Research report are using social media to recruit new employees. Job seekers must begin incorporating social media into their long term job search and career strategies," says workplace expert, Jessica Miller-Merrell.

The personal branding webinar is being facilitated by experts in the field: Rayanne Thorn from Evenbase, Chris Fields at Cost of Work and Jessica Miller-Merrell the founder of Blogging4Jobs & SOTJH. All of which bring their individual perspectives and years of industry experience to provide the best insights available.

Seating is limited to 1,000 for this one-time event and is filling up. Register now by going to All Attendees will receive a copy of the slidedeck after the webinar airs and have access to the recorded webinar for future viewing.

As an extra bonus this session is pre-approved for 1.0 HRCI recertification credit. Recertification shows that you are up to date on changing HR laws, ensures peak performance of your employees and you remain a strategic partner in your organization.

More about Secretsofthejobhunt:
SOTJH is an interactive community whose wish is to unveil the secrets of finding a job in today's challenging economy. The site includes a multi-contributor blog featuring leading thought leaders and innovators in HR, Careers, Recruiters, Interns, and the Technical Job Search. To learn more and to become a part of this rapidly growing community go to and join on Facebook at

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