Of course, due to the current state of the economy, it's simple to understand why Linked In is more popular than ever.
The problem is that most job seekers don’t optimize their profile, cultivate their network, join and participate in groups, use applications and exchange endorsements.
Plus, it’s much easier to meet someone online than offline.
We’ve told you how to build the ultimate social media resume, sites to visit if you've been laid off, and the secrets to finding your next job using social media tools.
Now we'll look at ten incredible social sites to help you in your job search.
Three of the listed sites can be combined with other sites to be more impactful.
In addition to joining, creating profiles and searching for jobs, I encourage you to support these sites with either a traditional website or blog, so that you have more to present to employers, in addition to your profile.
Plaxo is a social network that resembles Linked In to a certain degree.
You’re able to create your own profile with a section about you, your contact information and your “pulse stream,” which is made up of your presence on social media sites such as Twitter.
Due to an unfortunate circumstance, one of our staff members learned the hard way about how many of these so-called top affair dating sites are run.
He was caught by a Private Investigator attempting to meet a married woman for a hookup. She seemed completely into him, was very attractive, and even provided a cell phone number for texting.
The following day, he set-up an offline meeting for drinks, with the intention of hooking up later that night.
Much like you will be once you meet someone, he was quite excited.
Except for Victoria Milan (which is legit, but offers a very poor experience), most are complete garbage whose sole purpose is to separate you from your hard earned cash! When we first started reviewing the alleged best affair dating sites, we really didn’t have an idea how many would be a waste of money.