I’ve been to many career talks where I’ve heard others on the panel recommend that you ‘must have a blog’ and ‘you need to be visible by demonstrating your writing’ in order to get a job. This is not necessarily the case. Frequently I read blogs that have been linked from candidates CVs and I […]
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Today is the start of National Careers Week and every day this week we will be posting tips and advice on how to be better in your current role or to help you find a new one.
Whoever you are, you need this book. Whether you are someone who is planning a full-blown social media strategy for a business or an individual who wants to know how to learn the right way to use online marketing. Each element (linkedin, twitter, email, blogs, facebook etc) has its own unique chapter so you can […]
We’ve been doing a little bit of housekeeping and you’ll probably notice there has been a Spring Clean. The majority of the archive has been moved to Suzanne’s personal website at https://www.suzannecollier.com, where she’ll continue to blog on her progress. The bookcareers blog will continue here but focus on more on our current work and […]
There are lots of things happening in the background and soon work on updating the website will commence. Until then, I seem to be writing things for other sites and not for my own. The latest being some advice for authors on the Writers and Artists Yearbook website. https://writersandartists.wordpress.com/2009/05/29/sales-marketing-publishing-success/#more-1774