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Megan Fitzgerald, Expat Personal Branding Coach


Great points - I do believe that there is much we can do during the the holidays to support our job search.

I like your suggestion of tapping into associations as a resource - always a good idea!

Happy holidays!


Career Sherpa


Love the gingerbread trail analogy! It is so simple to do- create the LinkedIn URL and VisualCV. You just never know who may be reading/receiving your forwarded email.
Happy Holidays!



Great points about the electronic signature line. I think a link to a Google profile is another nice option since it can serve as a hub for all of a person's online profiles.


Great 3rd approach reflecting the spirit of the season and one that is available year round. A good deed always has the potential to result in a good lead.

Gayle Howard

The great thing about points one and three are that they are no cost. I think many jobseekers are concerned about the job search being so expensive; that they have to create expensive websites or buy expensive products. You have just shown no cost examples of how a jobseeker can promote himself/herself without any cost but to great advantage and to wide reaching audiences. (Love your gingerbread trail too!)

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