The world of work has changed and job hunting has changed with it. Most professional jobs require proficiency with computers and use of the Internet, so why shouldn’t job hunting today require job hunters to have a clue about using the web to find their job?
I regularly get calls every week from recruiters, even when I am not actively searching for a job, due in no small part to the detailed search optimization I have done over the years that keeps my resume and name top of mind (and top of “mouse”;-) to recruiters.
This three-part series shares some of my tried and true techniques I have developed for writing and marketing yourself to employers and recruiters via keyword research, a search-optimized resume, and online resume postings. The other two posts include:
- Part II of Online Job Hunting with SEO, “Writing a search optimized online resume” discusses tips for writing and optimizing your resume to maximize your chances of being found and selected for a job interview by employers and recruiters.
- Part III of III of my Online Job Hunting with SEO series, where and how to post your newly optimized resume online for maximum discoverability by recruiters and employers alike.
So let’s read on about researching those SEO terms…