Giving speeches at industry events is a time-tested way to get noticed by headhunters, but Twitter has made it more of a gamble. Luckily, you have other options. By Anne FisherAnne Fisher, contributor - May 11, 2012 10:34 AM ET
Now that hiring is starting to pick up, it may be worth trying again at companies where you applied in the past. Here's how to do it. By Anne FisherAnne Fisher, contributor - Apr 26, 2012 11:48 AM ET
Two-thirds of Facebook users between 18 and 29 do not include a single employer's name on their profiles, thwarting several big companies' efforts to use the network as a recruiting tool. By Vickie ElmerJan 13, 2012 9:32 AM ET
The blogosphere is buzzing over a pending lawsuit that raises the question: At what point do your tweets become company property?
By Anne Fisher, contributor
FORTUNE -- It all started routinely enough. Noah Kravitz signed on with mobile device and app review site PhoneDog in 2006, and began using a company Twitter account to keep techno-gadget enthusiasts au courant with his often quirky views on new products and industry trends.
Nothing unusual there: MOREJan 5, 2012 9:43 AM ET
Before you ditch the buzzwords, consider that many hiring managers use those same words to search for candidates. How to choose the right words.
By Vickie Elmer, contributor
FORTUNE -- After LinkedIn announced this year's lists of the most overused words in its profiles yesterday morning, an array of people pulled theirs up to see whether they flaunted their "creative," "effective" "track records" a bit too much.
A few tweeted that they had MOREDec 14, 2011 10:19 AM ET
Twitter, Quora, Facebook: It's never been easier to build a personal brand. It's never been easier to mess it up, either. Here's how to toot your horn - without becoming yesterday's news.
By Vickie Elmer, contributor
FORTUNE -- Shama Kabani spends much of her time teaching entrepreneurs and CEOs to promote themselves on social media. She wrote a well-received book, The Zen of Social Media Marketing, owns a growing digital marketing company, and MORENov 15, 2011 5:00 AM ET
FORTUNE -- Think Ferrari and you think beautiful, fast, elite, Italian racing car. That notion pops into your mind even if you have never been behind the wheel of one -- or even in the showroom. "Put a Ferrari in the dark," says Marco Mattiacci, president and CEO of Ferrari North America, "and just by touching the car, you will recognize it as a Ferrari."
It's the type of brand that MORENov 15, 2011 5:00 AM ET
If not, new research from LinkedIn shows why it's time to start. By Anne FisherSep 20, 2011 10:42 AM ET
Career reinvention doesn't happen overnight and certainly requires a concerted effort. Here are a few basic rules to go by and resources to consider using on your journey.Jun 21, 2011 5:00 AM ET
Experts and coaches remind us daily about the importance of keeping in touch with your network. If you're like me, LinkedIn just handed you the perfect alibi on a silver platter.
By Jodi Glickman, contributor
Did you get an email last month from your friends at LinkedIn with the following subject: "Jodi, 86 of your connections changed jobs in 2010"?
If you did, it is quite possibly the best networking opportunity email you'll MOREFeb 1, 2011 2:15 PM ET
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