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Twitter For Your Publishing Job Search

Episode 32 of bookcareers.com Live In this episode of bookcareers Live we discuss the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of using Twitter when you’re looking for a job. Whilst Twitter can’t get you a job, there are lots of jobs advertised on the platform. Whether you like it or not how you behave on social media can […]

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Blogging to get a Job – bookcareers.com Live

Episode 28 of bookcareers.com Live Repeatedly jobseekers are told that they MUST have a blog if they want to work in publishing and the media.  This episode discusses why you don’t need a blog, and if you do have a blog, how it can count against you. It gives some top tips for blogging successfully […]

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Using LinkedIn to find a Publishing Job – bookcareers.com Live

Series 1 Episode 21 of bookcareers.com Live This episode of bookcareers Live focuses on using LinkedIn to find a Publishing Job.  [If you’re not looking for a job, then rewind to Episode 18, where the benefits of LinkedIn whilst you’re in a job are discussed.] There are a variety of social networks, but if you’re […]

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The Value of LinkedIn When You’re in a Job – bookcareers.com Live

  Series 1 Episode 18 of bookcareers.com Live This episode of bookcareers Live focuses on using LinkedIn when you are NOT looking for a job. If you’re looking for a job, then LinkedIn is probably one of the first things you might update.  Yet if you’re not looking for a job, LinkedIn can be one […]

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Hiive – The New Professional Network for Creative People

  Creative Skillset, the Skills Sector Council for the Creative Industries, is finally launching its new professional network Hiive. Monday, 9th March sees the launch of  hiive.co.uk – a unique networking, collaboration and job-finding tool for UK creatives.   Hiive offers the pick of creative job opportunities from leading employers across the UK. Attracting 6,000 members to […]

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