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How to Get Your Resume (and LinkedIn Profile) Noticed in a Noisy World (Podcast Interview)



Did you miss my 7.11.16 interview on The Career Confidante podcast? Then listen here to find out how marketing principles, combined with a storyteller’s approach, will help attract the attention you’ve been craving to your resume and LinkedIn profile.

How to Get Your Resume (and LinkedIn Profile) Noticed in a Noisy World (Podcast Interview)

Grab your headphones to learn how to compose your career coup.
(Click above to go straight to audio. Happy listening!)

Smart marketers know that our brains are wired to ignore the mundane and expected. They also know that if you want to stand out in a mass of mediocrity, you need to make an emotional connection with your audience. What’s that got to do with your resume (and LinkedIn profile)? Everything.

Carmine Gallo key

If you missed my presentation at the Career Thought Leaders (CTL) conference in March or my follow-up article in May, Show Some Personality (on Your Resume), then you’re in luck, because last week I shared what you need to know to get out of your resume (and LinkedIn profile) rut with the ever-energetic one-time president of the National Resume Writers’ Association (NRWA) and the current prez of Career Thought Leaders (CTL), Marie Zimenoff, while a guest on her weekly podcast, The Career Confidante.

Kevin Allocca, YouTube Head of Culture & Trends

As you listen to my candid 40-minute chat about why status quo resumes (and LinkedIn profiles) no longer work, and what career marketing techniques do, you’ll be able to apply some of this insight to your own career marketing materials. You’ll also hear about the results (such as a complete career change in < 5 weeks) that those unafraid to tell their career story and use personality are experiencing. Plus, you’ll learn how what I teach and preach can be applied by everyone (including you) to get noticed in a noisy world, regardless of your career level, status, industry, or position. What are you waiting for?

Seth Godin

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