This post is a wonderful reminder that networking both online and off is a 2-way street.  You can only get out of it what you put into it!

Why Your Twitter Job Search Isn’t Working for You « NoNonsenseJobSearch.com’s Blog.

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technopodge on March 29th, 2009

This post by Alison Doyle is a great compilation of tips on using Twitter and other “social media” sites as part of your job search arsenal.

Tweet Your Way to a New Job - Or Not?.

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technopodge on February 22nd, 2009

A short tutorial from WSJ.com about using Twitter as a tool in your job search.

Twitter Yourself a Job - WSJ.com.

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syndicated on December 25th, 2008

When we spoke of innovation while I was in the Cameron School of Businesses’s entrepreneurship program, I always felt like something was missing. Often times the business ideas that students came up with were still the same sports bar, bed and…

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technopodge on December 23rd, 2008

List of social networking websites - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This Wikipedia page is a great compilation of social networking sites,  Useful for networking, possibly to a new job; as well as monitoring your online reputation.

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technopodge on December 23rd, 2008

Read this for important advice on the importance of monitoring your online reputation on sites like Google and others:

Online Reputation Management - Google Loves Virtual Voyeurism.

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syndicated on December 20th, 2008

Robert Scoble, a famous tech personality in Silicon Valley, is hiring an assistant. In a post expressing his frustrations with the résumés he’s received so far, he lets the candidates know the best way to stand out: blog. Sure Scoble’s hiring…

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