How To Find a Job, Build a Personal Brand and Protect Your Online Reputation


Today, I was fortunate enough to hang out with some friends over at Roswell United Methodist Church. I gave a presentation to jobseekers called, “Jobhunting and Online Privacy.” The people were kind and seemed to stay awake for most of it. (Yay!)

I gave out a lot of information (as is my habit) and promised to make it available online for them to review again. As such, I am including my presentation below for them and anyone else who could use the advice.


Although I did not promise this, I wanted to include a couple of additional items as well. For one, I want to share my job search ebook, “How to Find a Job Now (…and never have to look again!).”


How To Find a Job Now (…and never have to look again!) by Jim Stroud by jimstroud

And a video presentation I produced called, “How To Find Hidden Jobs.” Its an hour long (more or less), so pack a lunch.

Umm… I hope all of what I shared is useful above all else and somewhat amusing, if not. Hey, at least you got something out of it. (smile)  Oh! Before I go, if you find these resources “worth it,” please email a link, tweet it, Facebook “like” it, give it a Plus One, leave a comment or all of the above. I really would like to get this out to everyone that can use this advice. So, help me pay it forward. Okay? Cool.

Alright, I’m outta here like last year! Good luck to everyone with their job search.


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5 thoughts on “How To Find a Job, Build a Personal Brand and Protect Your Online Reputation”

  1. Dear Jim,

    I watched one of your presentations “Job hunting and the absence of online privacy” and I want to thank you for your effort to your such presentations online for everyone to learn.

    Nabil L. Saeed

  2. I see nothing about getting a position when one is past 85 and has much to offer.

  3. I have no idea what a URL is. How does one past 85 get a job when one has many qualifications the young squirts need?

  4. it appears the code is broken for signing up to the newsletter/blog. otherwise, i am thoroughly impressed.

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