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Welcome to Media Jobs: Marketing – How to Get a Media Job

At MediaJobs.com, we know that finding a great job can be a frustrating and seemingly endless process. That’s why we’ve collected cutting edge, effective and accurate information that will show you how to find a job, so you can get started immediately. We’ve got articles and resources about how to find a job with social media, how to find a job fast, or how to find a job online. This is information from media job seeking professionals and hiring experts which will teach you how to find a job you love without the exasperating search and dead-end roads typical of a dream job search. MediaJobs.com covers how to use social media platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook to connect you to the industry professionals that can help you find the optimum job. Embracing the latest technological advancements in social media marketing will help you update your resume with infographics and video files, so you can show a prospective media job employer that you’re ready to tackle the modern world. Finally, tapping into the most current information on the largest and the most up and coming companies and people, MediaJobs.com will keep you informed about the most recent career openings either before they become available or just as they do . Keep reading for in-depth articles and information that will give you an edge in your job search. Get your Career Intelligence at MediaJobs.com.

Resultly – Heralding the Advent of Web 3.0?

Want to search for media jobs quickly, without being bombarded with ads and irrelevant information? You’d better try Resultly. Imagine the scene: you’re sat at your laptop searching for information on the latest iPhone or you’re on the hunt for a new job. You want user reviews, features and prices; openings, company information or employee information, but first you have to sift through endless content that’s entirely irrelevant. This was the scenario that Resultly founder Ilya Berak found himself in late one night as he researched the latest technology. Berak explains: “I went to Google search like everyone else in the world, and looked up ‘specs on the Xoom’, but I didn’t find what I was looking for on the first page, plus I had to spend too much time typing more and more refined searches, including negative keywords to suppress the results I didn’t want, and clicking and pointing repeatedly, digging for the information.” Subsequent searches on Twitter, Craigslist, eBay and Digg proved equally frustrating and the whole exercise had taken him hours. This exasperating experience led to the birth of Resultly, an alerts engine that aims to take the pain out of Internet searches. Resultly – the Claims…

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5 Critical Research Tools Necessary for a Successful Job Search

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Despite the global recession, job opportunities are still everywhere to be seen, and this process is made more successful with the use of job research tools. There are many research tools to give job seekers a better chance of landing a good job, and the best provide you with the valuable information you need to get ahead. This guide takes a look at 5 critical tools available to you for making your job hunt a successful one. Job Search Websites Of all the ways to find a new job, job search websites give you the most information for the smallest amount of effort. Instead of using them to search for jobs however, it is more efficient to register your profile with them and to get notified when jobs that suit your specification, skills and experience come onto the market. Career Mapping The biggest job search websites offer a career mapping tool which helps you visualise and understand your career options based on the resume information you provide. With this tool you can browse what career directions are open to you, or you can enter a desired job target and work backwards to see the steps you would need to take…

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How do I Use LinkedIn to Find a Job

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Finding a job is no longer simply about using job search engines, listings, industry publications and your immediate friends and relations, it is about using modern social and professional  networks to help build up professional contacts to get ahead, and the best and most popular network for the job is LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a social networking site with a professional edge that helps you build a network of industry-specific contacts and build a personal profile to help get yourself noticed. With over 150 million members there is no other service which offers you so much potential, but how exactly should you use LinkedIn and make the most of it to find a job? Let’s find out. Use the Resume Builder LinkedIn’s resume builder helps you bring together all the information on your profile into a true resume with the available site resume templates. You can edit your resume whenever you like, and your resume is given a custom URL so you can easily deliver it to professional contacts. Search for Contacts There are two ways to find contacts on LinkedIn; either by meeting with people somewhere else and then searching for them on LinkedIn, or by searching for people you…

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Making Friends with Strangers on LinkedIn – Why?

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Not talking to strangers is a very useful piece of advice given when growing up, but when it comes to LinkedIn there are many potential advantages to connecting with strangers. Not everyone is convinced that connecting with unknowns is beneficial however, and so this article is here to explain the reasons why it is a good idea, with information on how to make friends with strangers on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a professional networking site aimed at job-seeking and recruiting, which allows people who know each other (such as professional acquaintances, friends, business colleagues and industry experts) to get connected and build up professional contact circles, and also to search for companies, jobs, and look at network statistics. Having said this, it is still possible to get connected with people that you do not know on LinkedIn, with many people sending and receiving connection requests to and from total strangers. So why should this be advantageous, and when is this advantageous? Why connect with strangers? As a general rule, you are always increasing the potential for new professional prospects when you increase and expand your connections. After all, meeting strangers is a very important part of life, and to reap the…

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This week Microsoft revealed that it is dropping its established free email service Hotmail for Outlook email, to provide better Windows and Office integration, connection with social media services, and other features. Hotmail was acquired by Microsoft in 1996, and since then it has enjoyed success as a free online email service, though Microsoft is now phasing out this client in favour of the new brand Outlook (available to try as a preview at Outlook.com)  bringing new features that many state have been a long time coming. This re-branding effort is nothing new. Microsoft were originally planning to phase out the service with the introduction of Windows Live Mail in 2006, but the confusion over what this new service provided and the want of developers to stick with the already popular Hotmail name caused Microsoft to change its name to Windows Live Hotmail instead. But it appears now that there is enough incentive, and enough applicable updates, for a complete rebranding to make sense for Microsoft. Introduced at the start of this month, the service managed to gather 1 million accounts in only 6 hours. Much of this figure will no doubt be existing Hotmail users who can simply click…

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