Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0: How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Tap Into the Hidden Job Market Using Social Media and 999 Other Tactics T

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The latest strategies for job hunters revealed in this revised and updated edition

This new Third Edition features the latest job-hunting strategies for the Information Age. You'll discover key techniques to reach hiring managers at the employers you want to work for most. New chapters integrate using social media and social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and ZoomInfo in your job search, along with case studies from successful guerrilla job hunters that detail what works in today's hyper competitive job market with commentary from America's top recruiters.

  • Present your skills in creative new ways that stand out in today's hyper-competitive job market
  • Employ little-known search engine optimization tricks used by top headhunters
  • Integrated web site updated bi-weekly to remain state-of-the-moment
  • Part of the Guerrilla Marketing Series, the bestselling marketing book series

The job search process has changed drastically in the past few years. Turn these changes to your advantage and make your search successful with Guerilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0.

Product Details

Publish Date
May 03, 2011
6.06 X 0.98 X 8.96 inches | 0.96 pounds
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About the Author

Jay Conrad Levinson is Chairman of Guerrilla Marketing International as well as the author of the number one bestselling marketing series in history, Guerrilla Marketing. Along with his fifty-seven other books, he has collectively sold 22 million copies in over sixty-one languages worldwide. He taught this topic for ten years at the University of California in Berkeley.

David E. Perry is coauthor of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters as well as the author of Career Guide for the High-Tech Professional. Nicknamed the "Rogue Recruiter" by the Wall Street Journal, he has personally negotiated more than $184 million in compensation as Managing Director of Perry-Martel International, one of North America's top recruiting and placement firms.