- Emurse.com: This is my favorite place to put a resume online, nothing more, nothing less. Get your paper resume out and simply fill in the blanks. Your online resume will be accessible from a URL like jones.emurse.com.
- LinkedIn.com: I usually only recommend upgrading for people who will be searching a lot and need to reach out to the people they find. This might describe you, but if not, just get the free version. YOU HAVE TO BE ON LINKEDIN. PERIOD.
- Job-hunt.org: This site has a tone of stuff, and can be overwhelming to navigate, but two gems that you can’t miss. First, Deb Dib’s article on LinkedIn for the executive job seeker. Second, when to find a local face-to-face network meeting, go to Job-hunt.org and look to see what they have listed there.
- Twellow.com: Go to Twellow.com (which is like the “yellow pages of Twitter”) and search for people in your city, state, profession or industry. You’ll find influencers who are probably well-networked – these are people who you want to develop relationships with.
- Indeed.com: Yup, a job board, but not for job board’s sake. Use Indeed to do COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH. Find out what companies are hiring, what your target companies competition is doing, what job titles look like, etc. Ignore the idea of applying for jobs using job boards and think about this as a rich database research tool
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