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CAREER TRANSITIONS GUIDE » Bless Vaidian, Career Coach

Words count: 7    Unique Words: 7    Length: 55 characters
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Top 20 Keywords
Total Terms Count: 6,327

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Top 20 terms occurance and density
KeywordIn DomainIn TitleIn DescriptionIn Heading In Body Density
nbsp 246 3.89%
career 101 1.60%
job 98 1.55%
rsquo 73 1.15%
search 43 0.68%
share 38 0.60%
networking 35 0.55%
college 34 0.54%
twitter 33 0.52%
employer 31 0.49%
linkedin 28 0.44%
interview 28 0.44%
lsquo 27 0.43%
connect 27 0.43%
fairs 26 0.41%
work 26 0.41%
resume 26 0.41%
people 24 0.38%
social 24 0.38%
recruiters 23 0.36%

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Bless Vaidian, Career Coach
Five Tools To Know About
2014 JobMob Contest Entry
‘Data is the New Bacon’ & Other Lessons Learned from NACE
Rules of Engagement for Linkedin
Career Fairs & How to be a ‘Match’
Five Tools To Know About
2014 JobMob Contest Entry
‘Data is the New Bacon’ & Other Lessons Learned from NACE
Rules of Engagement for Linkedin
Career Fairs & How to be a ‘Match’
Twitter Basics for Your Job Search
Book of Answers for your Career Questions
Need Motivation? Ten Inspirational Quotes
5 Things HR Wants You To Know
Is Your College Career Center A Placement Agency?

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<B> (20)1) Your Bio Matters
2) Know the Basic Terms
  
2)   Follow People and Organizations Related to your Job Search
3. Utilize Lists to Manage your Information
4. Find Companies, Hiring Professionals, and Staffing firms
5. Tweet Relevant Information
6. Create a Resume you can Tweet
7. Manage your Tweets
United States Department of Labor 
CareerOneStop.org
O*Net Online
GradSchools.com 
Glass Door 
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<I> (9)Twitter ~ LinkedIn ~ Facebook)
Connect: Twitter @blesscareers~ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/blessvaidian~ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CareerTransitionsGuide
Sources: NACE Class of 2013 Student Survey Report; NACE 2013 Recruitment Benchmarks Survey Report; NACE 2014 Job Outlook Report
Let’s Connect: Twitter @blesscareers~ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/blessvaidian~ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CareerTransitionsGuide 
Connect with me on: Twitter ~ LinkedIn ~ Facebook
Many use twitter to send out updates on a television program, share weather complaints, or post daily routine. But twitter is one of the most powerful networking tools that exist, and should also be used for career success.  It can help individuals find job related connections, learn about the latest in industry trends, and access employment opportunities.  Even if you have never used it, twitter is an easy tool to maneuver. Here are a few tips to help job seekers get started.
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Get started on twitter today by exploring the tweets of others in your field. See what they are sharing, what lists they have set up, and then start your job search relevant posts. Start sharing career, industry, and job relevant tweets. Build a bridge to a network of new contacts that you can exchange information with. Remember successful networking is about sharing ‘your’ job leads, ‘your’ ideas, and offering others ‘your’ assistance. Opportunity will follow those who know the art of networking, and twitter offers one of the best networking forums.  
<EM> (57)Technology has changed the way we do things. It gives us options and the digital tools to do things faster and better. At a recent party I discovered that many did not know about the five web sites listed below.
If there is a tool that you utilize and would like to share, drop me a note on one of our common social media platforms (
. In the words of former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer: “The number one benefit of technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive…and so in a sense it is all about potential.”
Check out my 2014 JobMob Contest Entry.
Which tools work for you? Tell me
Do You Know About These 5 Tools? 
NACE is the National Association of Colleges and Employers, whose members are mostly recruitment and career services professionals. The organization recently held a Face2Face forum to share trends, job outlook information, and research findings.  It was one of the best meetings I have been to due to the interactive nature of the program and the amount of information I walked away with. 
Trudy Steinfeld, Assistant Vice President of NYU has a catchphrase that was often used in this meeting: ‘Data is the New Bacon.’ You have to love it, understand it, and utilize it to be successful as a company or a college. Data empowers our decision making process and often acts as a catalyst for change. It keeps us accountable. The information I manage and collect at the university I work for, feeds into the information NACE shares.  Marilyn Mackes, NACE Executive Director did an excellent job of facilitating a great workshop and sharing the complete research findings. Here are some key pieces I wanted to share from the meeting:
Technology and the ability to collect and process data faster-better has changed the demands we place on ourselves.  Data tells us what to do, where to do it, and how others are doing it better.  A key point Dan Black, NACE Board President ended our Face2Face with was ‘ROI’ (Return on Investment). Big Data tells us where our time, energy, resources needs to be spent in order to yield better results. If you are a hiring professional, working in higher education, or looking to make your next career transition; remember to do your research and use data to empower your outcomes.
This month I gave a workshop on LinkedIn and shared my set of ‘rules for engagement’ and how to build your connections.  Follow these 5 tips if you are looking to expand your network, find a job lead, get answers to your questions, or simply looking to connect with leaders in your interest category. Using LinkedIn the wrong way can annoy others or even cause your profile to be flagged. Every week individuals from all over the world and in various stages of their career, try to connect with me on social media. Remembering these simple rules of courtesy can help to build your professional circle and also brand yourself in your field.
This month I gave a workshop on LinkedIn and shared my set of ‘rules for engagement’ and how to build your connections.  
Every week individuals from all over the world and in various stages of their career, try to connect with me on social media.
Every week individuals from all over the world and in various stages of their career, try to connect with me on social media.
Linkedin is a professional online networking site. You may never meet most of the individuals listed as a connection, but it is still a relationship you want to foster over the years. Start your targeted outreach to build your online presence this week but keep in mind the rules of engagement listed above. 
Linkedin is a professional online networking site. You may never meet most of the individuals listed as a connection, but it is still a relationship you want to foster over the years. Start your targeted outreach to build your online presence this week but keep in mind the rules of engagement listed above. 
Career Fairs show case match-making between employers and job seekers. Numerous screening interviews take place under one roof, and under a few hours. If you are not a fit, you will not be selected by the recruiter for the next round. Only those that ‘match’ proceed to the employer site.  
College Campuses are an ideal place to find Job & Internship Fairs. You can also look online to see a variety of fairs in your city, don’t forget that there are a lot of options for online education, we even now have the opportunity to look for online colleges for military.  I have worked on and managed Career Fairs over the years. Those serious about getting a job or internship need to follow this advice:
The great thing about Career Fairs is that those seeking employment can have face-time with dozens of recruiters. Hiring professionals that have posts to fill can meet hundreds of applicants.  It’s a ‘win:win’ situation for both groups. Look online to see when your college is hosting its next employment fair. I am assisting with two Job & Internship Fairs this Spring at my University. I love to get feedback from recruiters as to what matches were made. When I look through the room of job seekers, I know who is making the cut. Be the ‘match’ an employer is looking for by taking your next Career Fair seriously and taking my advice.   
Love to see your next tweet…Follow me on twitter @BlessCareers and 
Love to see your next tweet…Follow me on twitter
@BlessCareers 
and 
Career Transitions Guide Facebook Page
Career Transitions Guide Facebook Page
Looking for a book with answers to all your career questions? Sorry. It doesn’t exist. But, the internet is the next best thing. If you are about to take a step in your career, use it. The more information you start with, the better off you will be in making a decision.  Access to career resources and occupational research is made easy by the internet. These free websites can empower career starters, changers, or climbers to make their next step. 
The web provides hundreds of sites to answer any career related question. These links listed are free, easy to access, and offer insight to help you reach your objective.  Do the research before you set your next professional goal. 
I would love to hear what website you use for your career questions. Connect with me on twitter @BlessCareers and Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
I would love to hear what website you use for your career questions. Connect with me on twitter
@BlessCareers 
and 
Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
Quotes motivate us and keep us focused. I surround myself with inspirational sayings, and use them in situations with clients or in workshops. These 10 are the quotes I use the most in my daily life, and it can help you in your personal and career journey. 
Quotes motivate us and keep us focused. I
in situations with clients or in workshops.
What Color is Your Parachute
Whatever personal resolution you have set for yourself, I wish you success in achieving it. Some times having a quote to stand behind, is just what we need. Surround yourself with your favorite motivational sayings and share them with others.  I would love to hear what your favorite quote is. Connect with me on twitter @BlessCareers and the Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
I would love to hear what your favorite quote is. Connect with me on twitter @BlessCareers and the Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
Knowledge is power. The only way to maneuver through this job market is by listening to the voice of hiring professionals.  I love my job at Pace University, which has brought about collaboration with hiring managers and recruiters. They offer feedback when I place interns or post company vacancies. I also have access to their remarks at career fairs, workshops, and HR events.
These are the 5 comment categories I hear most often, and I hope they help you in your job search:
I have worked with recruiters and human resource professionals for over 10 years and have firsthand access to feedback from various recruitment settings. Use this information to understand the hiring process and land your next job.  
I am a college career counselor and I love what I do. The problem is most students do not know all that their Career Services Department has to offer them in college. Most students utilize career services only around the time of graduation thinking it is a placement agency. College career counselors do help connect individuals to jobs, but the way that is done is quite different than that of a placement agency. Using the full array of services offered by your university will be an advantage to you in reaching your professional goals. So here are 5 things that make your Career Center different than a placement agency:
I am a college career counselor and I love what I do. The problem is most students do not know all that their Career Services Department has to offer them in college. 
**Your relationship with your college career center is not a one time event senior year. It starts with discovering yourself and your career direction. It involves attending networking opportunities, and educational career seminars. It’s getting assistance doing that first resume, prepping for that first interview, and so much more! College career counselors do not apply to jobs for you, but with you.  Placement agencies select who they will work with and get a fee for placements.  My perk is to know that I  provided students and alumni with the tools and skills they need to write their own career story.  College is where one obtains all the pieces needed to start a successful job search, so that if you go to an HR professional you are ‘placeable’.  Are you utilizing all that your College Career Services Department has to offer?**
Dreams can come true, but there is a secret. They're realized through the magic of persistence, determination, commitment, passion, practice, focus and hard work. They happen a step at a time.
Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all you heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.
One important key to success is self confidence. An important key to self confidence is preparation.
People become really quite remarkable when they start thinking that they can do things. When they believe in themselves they have the first secret of success.
<STRONG> (73)Home
About Bless
Contact Me
Check out my 2014 JobMob Contest Entry.
Which tools work for you? Tell me
Do You Know About These 5 Tools? 
Class of 2013: Expectations, Preferences, & Outcomes
2013 Employer Recruiting Benchmarks
2014 Job Outlook
@BlessCareers 
Career Transitions Guide Facebook Page
GETTING STARTED:
GETTING A DEGREE: 
Princeton Review
College Navigator
GETTING THE JOB:
@BlessCareers 
@BlessCareers 
Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
Quotes motivate us and keep us focused. I surround myself with inspirational sayings, and use them in situations with clients or in workshops. These 10 are the quotes I use the most in my daily life, and it can help you in your personal and career journey. 
Quotes motivate us and keep us focused. I
in situations with clients or in workshops.
1.    Change your thoughts and you change your world. ~Norman Vincent Peale. 
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Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
 ~Martin Luther King Jr.
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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore, Dream, Discover. ~Mark Twain
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Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing. ~Benjamin Franklin
 5.
    
In order to attract more of the blessings that life has to offer, you must truly appreciate and give ~ Ralph Marston
6.    
Chance favors the prepared. ~Louis Pasteur 
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I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed. ~Michael Jordan
    
When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up.  I wrote down ‘happy’.  They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life. ~John Lennon
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You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. ~C. S. Lewis
 An organized life is a happy life. 
Whatever personal resolution you have set for yourself, I wish you success in achieving it. Some times having a quote to stand behind, is just what we need. Surround yourself with your favorite motivational sayings and share them with others.  I would love to hear what your favorite quote is. Connect with me on twitter @BlessCareers and the Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
I would love to hear what your favorite quote is. Connect with me on twitter @BlessCareers and the Career Transitions Guide Facebook page.
Knowledge is power. The only way to maneuver through this job market is by listening to the voice of hiring professionals.  I love my job at Pace University, which has brought about collaboration with hiring managers and recruiters. They offer feedback when I place interns or post company vacancies. I also have access to their remarks at career fairs, workshops, and HR events.
These are the 5 comment categories I hear most often, and I hope they help you in your job search:
1) “Don’t scare me with your social media posts”
2) “This is not a meeting at a friend’s house”
3) “At least pretend to be interested”
4) “For goodness-sake, please be decent”
5) “You are not going to get a call from me”
I have worked with recruiters and human resource professionals for over 10 years and have firsthand access to feedback from various recruitment settings. Use this information to understand the hiring process and land your next job.  
Click the link below to see the above article, which was the submission to the 2013 contest: http://jobmob.co.il/blog/hr-musts/. 
I am a college career counselor and I love what I do. The problem is most students do not know all that their Career Services Department has to offer them in college. Most students utilize career services only around the time of graduation thinking it is a placement agency. College career counselors do help connect individuals to jobs, but the way that is done is quite different than that of a placement agency. Using the full array of services offered by your university will be an advantage to you in reaching your professional goals. So here are 5 things that make your Career Center different than a placement agency:
1) Lets You Explore Who You Are & Where You Fit
2) Gets You Prepared
3) Helps With ‘The Paperwork’
4) Offers Networking Opportunities
5) Has An Internship Database To Get You Stated 
**Your relationship with your college career center is not a one time event senior year. It starts with discovering yourself and your career direction. It involves attending networking opportunities, and educational career seminars. It’s getting assistance doing that first resume, prepping for that first interview, and so much more! College career counselors do not apply to jobs for you, but with you.  Placement agencies select who they will work with and get a fee for placements.  My perk is to know that I  provided students and alumni with the tools and skills they need to write their own career story.  College is where one obtains all the pieces needed to start a successful job search, so that if you go to an HR professional you are ‘placeable’.  Are you utilizing all that your College Career Services Department has to offer?**


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http://careertransitionsguide.com/about/About Bless
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http://careertransitionsguide.com/2014/09/21/5-tools/Five Tools To Know About
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http://careertransitionsguide.com/#Five Tools To Know About
http://careertransitionsguide.com/#2014 JobMob Contest Entry
http://careertransitionsguide.com/#‘Data is the New Bacon’ & Othe...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/#Rules of Engagement for Linked...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/#Career Fairs & How to be a ‘Ma...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/2014/09/21/5-tools/Five Tools To Know About
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/doodle/doodle
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/glassdoor/glassdoor
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/indeed/indeed
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/networking-2/Networking
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/skype/skype
http://careertransitionsguide.com/author/blesscareers/Bless Vaidian
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ads/2014/09/image.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/doodle/doodle
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/glassdoor/glassdoor
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/indeed/indeed
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/networking/networking
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/skype/skype
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/spotify/spotify
http://careertransitionsguide.com/2014/...3/2014-contest-entry/2014 JobMob Contest Entry
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/doodle/doodle
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/glassdoor/glassdoor
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/indeed/indeed
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/skype/skype
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/spotify/spotify
http://careertransitionsguide.com/author/blesscareers/Bless Vaidian
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/doodle/doodle
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/glassdoor/glassdoor
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/indeed/indeed
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/skype/skype
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/spotify/spotify
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/unemployed/unemployed
http://careertransitionsguide.com/2014/05/18/nace/‘Data is the New Bacon’ & Othe...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/big-data/Big Data
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/career-fair/career fair
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/class-of-2014/class of 2014
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/college/college
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/facebook-2/Facebook
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/human-resources/human resources
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/internships/internships
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/linkedin/LinkedIn
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/nace/NACE
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/trends/Trends
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/twitter-2/twitter
http://careertransitionsguide.com/author/blesscareers/Bless Vaidian
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ads/2014/05/BACON.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co.../2014/05/big-data.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/2014-grad/2014 grad
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/big-data/Big Data
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/career-services/Career Services
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/facebook/facebook
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/hr/HR
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/linkedin/LinkedIn
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/nace/NACE
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/recruitment/Recruitment
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/trends-outlook/Trends & Outlook
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/twitter/Twitter
http://careertransitionsguide.com/2014/04/28/linkedinrules/Rules of Engagement for Linked...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/class-of-2014/class of 2014
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/college/college
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/linkedin/LinkedIn
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/networking-2/Networking
http://careertransitionsguide.com/categ...ry/social-networking/Social Networking
http://careertransitionsguide.com/category/uncategorized/Uncategorized
http://careertransitionsguide.com/author/blesscareers/Bless Vaidian
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...014/04/linkedin12.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/Recru...o build your network.Give a Reason
http://careertransitionsguide.com/?p=278Always send a message detailin...
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...2014/04/linkedin1.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/2014-grad/2014 grad
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/career/Career
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/job-search/Job Search
http://careertransitionsguide.com/tag/linkedin/LinkedIn
...

External Links (link to pages on other websites) - 343
URL Anchor Text
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=Fi...%2F21%2F5-tools%2F%20
http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=htt...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mi...20of%20the%20top%20si
https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&f...s%2F&ui=2&tf=1&shva=1
http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://www.google.com/reader/link?url=h...idian%2C+Career+Coach
http://www.tumblr.com/share?v=3&u=http%...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://www.myspace.com/Modules/PostTo/P...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://delicious.com/post?url=http%3A%2...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://reddit.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=h...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://news.ycombinator.com/submitlink?...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://reporter.es.msn.com/?fn=contribu...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://www.blinklist.com/index.php?Acti...s%20To%20Know%20About
http://sphinn.com/index.php?c=post&m=su...F09%2F21%2F5-tools%2F
http://posterous.com/share?linkto=http%...20of%20the%20top%20si
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=20...4-contest-entry%2F%20
http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=htt...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mi...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&f...y%2F&ui=2&tf=1&shva=1
http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://www.google.com/reader/link?url=h...idian%2C+Career+Coach
http://www.tumblr.com/share?v=3&u=http%...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://www.myspace.com/Modules/PostTo/P...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://delicious.com/post?url=http%3A%2...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://reddit.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=h...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://news.ycombinator.com/submitlink?...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://reporter.es.msn.com/?fn=contribu...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://www.blinklist.com/index.php?Acti...Mob%20Contest%20Entry
http://sphinn.com/index.php?c=post&m=su...2014-contest-entry%2F
http://posterous.com/share?linkto=http%...icrosoft%20CEO%2C%20S
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=%2...F05%2F18%2Fnace%2F%20
http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=htt...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mi...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&f...e%2F&ui=2&tf=1&shva=1
http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://www.google.com/reader/link?url=h...idian%2C+Career+Coach
http://www.tumblr.com/share?v=3&u=http%...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://www.myspace.com/Modules/PostTo/P...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://delicious.com/post?url=http%3A%2...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://reddit.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=h...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://news.ycombinator.com/submitlink?...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://reporter.es.msn.com/?fn=contribu...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://www.blinklist.com/index.php?Acti...Learned%20from%20NACE
http://sphinn.com/index.php?c=post&m=su...4%2F05%2F18%2Fnace%2F
http://posterous.com/share?linkto=http%...0findings.%20%C2%A0It
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=Ru...2Flinkedinrules%2F%20
http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=htt...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mi...20or%20simply%20looki
https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&f...s%2F&ui=2&tf=1&shva=1
http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op...20or%20simply%20looki
http://www.google.com/reader/link?url=h...idian%2C+Career+Coach
http://www.tumblr.com/share?v=3&u=http%...20or%20simply%20looki
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http...20or%20simply%20looki
http://www.myspace.com/Modules/PostTo/P...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://delicious.com/post?url=http%3A%2...20or%20simply%20looki
http://reddit.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=h...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://news.ycombinator.com/submitlink?...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://reporter.es.msn.com/?fn=contribu...20or%20simply%20looki
http://www.blinklist.com/index.php?Acti...ment%20for%20Linkedin
http://sphinn.com/index.php?c=post&m=su...28%2Flinkedinrules%2F
http://posterous.com/share?linkto=http%...20or%20simply%20looki
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=Ca...%2Fcareer-fairs%2F%20
http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=htt...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mi....%20Only%20those%20th
https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&f...s%2F&ui=2&tf=1&shva=1
http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op....%20Only%20those%20th
http://www.google.com/reader/link?url=h...idian%2C+Career+Coach
http://www.tumblr.com/share?v=3&u=http%....%20Only%20those%20th
http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http....%20Only%20those%20th
http://www.myspace.com/Modules/PostTo/P...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://delicious.com/post?url=http%3A%2....%20Only%20those%20th
http://reddit.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=h...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://news.ycombinator.com/submitlink?...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://reporter.es.msn.com/?fn=contribu....%20Only%20those%20th
http://www.blinklist.com/index.php?Acti...0be%20a%20%27Match%27
http://sphinn.com/index.php?c=post&m=su...F24%2Fcareer-fairs%2F
http://posterous.com/share?linkto=http%....%20Only%20those%20th
http://www.indeed.com/about
http://intuitive.com/the_next_generatio...search_indeedcom.htmlin an interview
https://homebusinessmag.com/blog/lifest...d-best-deal-mortgage/best mortgage deals
http://doodle.com
http://doodle.comDoodle’s survey system
http://www.skype.com/en/
http://www.skype.com/en/skype
http://www.glassdoor.com/about/overview.htm
http://www.glassdoor.com/about/overview.htmGlassdoor
http://www.glassdoor.com/about/overview.htmGlassdoor
https://www.spotify.com/us/
https://www.spotify.com/us/Spotify
https://twitter.com/BlessCareersTwitter
http://www.linkedin.com/in/blessvaidianLinkedIn
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Career-Tr...Guide/304611656256833Facebook
...

reasonable number of links (below 100) per page will give a better user experience.


Tips:
1. keep the number of links per page below 100.
2. having more than 100 links in a single page will lead to a bad user experience, and it possibly runs into the risk of been considered as spam.
3. search engines may not follow all the links if you have too many of them in a single page.
Images
Total Images Alt Present Alt Missing
59 26 33


33 images do not have Alt values.

Image URL - 59
URL ALT Text
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ent/themes/graphene/images/social/rss.pngRSS
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...t/themes/graphene/images/headers/flow.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/image-300x242.jpgTechnology in the hands
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/indeed-logo.jpgindeed-logo
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/doodle-logo.jpgdoodle-logo
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/skype-logo.pngskype-logo
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/glassdoor-logo.jpgglassdoor-logo
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/spotify-logo.jpgspotify-logo
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/JobMobBless.jpgJobMobBless
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/BACON.jpgBACON
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...tent/uploads/2014/05/big-data-300x126.jpgbig data
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/linkedin12.jpglinkedin1
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/linkedin1.jpglinkedin1
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/fair1-300x225.jpgfair1
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/fair11.jpgfair1
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co.../2014/02/twitter_discover_pic-300x225.pngtwitter_discover_pic
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/twitter3.jpgtwitter3
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/blog1.jpgBlessCareers
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/blogA-300x159.jpgblogA
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/11.jpg1
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/6.jpg6
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ent/uploads/2014/01/31-e1390166250258.jpg3
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/HR-thumbs-up.jpgHR thumbs up
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/11.jpg11
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ploads/2013/02/graduation_cap-300x164.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ds/2013/02/CareerCenterBless4-300x172.jpg
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/more.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...nt/plugins/sociable/images/closelabel.png
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...s-widget/images/default/Twitter_48x48.pngTwitter
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...-widget/images/default/Facebook_48x48.pngFacebook
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...-widget/images/default/Linkedin_48x48.pngLinkedin


search engines cannot `see` images, proper Alt content will help them to better understand and index images.

Tips:
1. always add alt attributes to images. Alt is mandatory for accessibility and for valid XHTML.
2. words used within an image`s Alt attribute should be its text equivalent and convey the same information.
3. use a human-readable caption and descriptive text around the image.
CSS
Style Block In Same Page Links to External Style Files Total
2 4 6


Too many (4) external style sheet files , it will slow down the downloading.

Links To External Stylesheet Files - 4
Stylesheet URL rel type
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...gins/sociable/css/sociable.css?ver=3.8.35stylesheettext/css
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...-form-7/includes/css/styles.css?ver=3.9.3stylesheettext/css
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...my-calendar/styles/refresh.css?ver=3.8.35stylesheettext/css
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...tent/themes/graphene/style.css?ver=3.8.35stylesheettext/css

Script
Scripts Block In Same Page Links to External Script Files Total
36 29 65


Too many (29) external scripts files , it will slow down the downlaoding.

Links To External Script Files - 29
Script URL Type
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js?ver=1.10.2text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-in...js/jquery/jquery-migrate.min.js?ver=1.2.1text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...lugins/sociable/js/sociable.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co.../plugins/sociable/js/vuible.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co.../sociable/js/addtofavorites.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...raphene/js/jquery.tools.min.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...themes/graphene/js/graphene.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...icator/external-tracking.min.js?ver=6.4.8text/javascript
http://apis.google.com/js/plusone.jstext/javascript
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....rtransitionsguide.com/2014/09/21/5-tools/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....sguide.com/2014/09/03/2014-contest-entry/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....reertransitionsguide.com/2014/05/18/nace/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....itionsguide.com/2014/04/28/linkedinrules/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....sitionsguide.com/2014/03/24/career-fairs/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....rtransitionsguide.com/2014/09/21/5-tools/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....sguide.com/2014/09/03/2014-contest-entry/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....reertransitionsguide.com/2014/05/18/nace/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....itionsguide.com/2014/04/28/linkedinrules/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....sitionsguide.com/2014/03/24/career-fairs/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....nsguide.com/2014/02/23/twitter-jobsearch/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....ionsguide.com/2014/02/13/career-research/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge.....com/2014/01/19/ten-inspirational-quotes/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....2013/09/02/5-things-hr-wants-you-to-know/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/hostedbadge....2/19/career-centers-v-placement-agencies/
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co.../jquery.form.min.js?ver=3.51.0-2014.06.20text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...t-form-7/includes/js/scripts.js?ver=3.9.3text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...gins/my-calendar/js/mc-grid.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...gins/my-calendar/js/mc-list.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...gins/my-calendar/js/mc-mini.js?ver=3.8.35text/javascript

put scripts together and link them from an external files rather then put them in the same file as the main page.

Tips:
1. reduce the use of in-page scripts, put them in separate files and link them in.
2. reduce the number of external script files, it will help browser to make lesser number of http requests from the server.
3. optimize or compress the script files to have smaller size and faster loading.
Blog Or News Release
Link to Blog / News Release Page
http://careertransitionsguide.com/wp-co...ads/2014/02/blog1.jpg
https://homebusinessmag.com/blog/lifest...d-best-deal-mortgage/best mortgage deals


Excellent! we have found blog linked to your site.

Having a blog is a great way to provide fresh content and retain users, search engines favour it too.


Tips:
1. regularly update your blog and provide fresh and quality content.
2. relevant blogs of your website topics, generate more credits in the eyes of your visitors, as well as search engines.
DMOZ Listing
No

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Google Analytics
UA-36253427-1 Excellent! the website implements Google Analytics.

Social Media Integration
Excellent! your site is well integrated with social media networks.

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Twitter Account...Fcareertransitionsguide.com%2F2014%2F09%2F21%2F5-tools%2F%20
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Trustworthiness
0

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Users are concerned about the safety of their online transactions. Trustworthiness rating is based on real user ratings and that tells you how much other users trust this site, so do the serch engines. note: this trustworthiness score is provided by WOT (Web of Trust).

Tips:
1. pay attention to the look and design of your site, many people look for visual cues when assessing a site`s credibility
2. make your site easy to use, sites that are easy to navigate are perceived as being more trustworthy.
3. make it easy for user to contact you, users will be more comfortable and feel more secured shall they need to get in touch with you.
Child Safe
0 No Child Safe Score is calculated for the site.

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Safe Browsing
Safe! the site careertransitionsguide.com is NOT currently listed as suspicious, most-likely it is clean from malware and phining code [ verify this by Google Safe Browsing ]

Ensure that your site is malware free and does not cause harm to users` computers.

Tips:
1. do not put virus, malicious worms, adwares, trojans, spywares and suspicious phishing code in your server.
2. take suspicious behaviours seriously, have a regular check-up and monitor closely of your server`s log files.
3. if your site is black-listed by Google as suspicious, clean it up before requesting for a review.
Traffic Rank
Your site is not among the most visited 1 million websites in the world.
Websites On Same Server
Excellent! You do have very few domains (7 - cambodia.org, mungunboroo.mn, techtoolblog.com, mawaridh.com, bizchip-components.com, wsgcparkinglot.com, careertransitionsguide.com) hosted on the same server as careertransitionsguide.com (ip : 192.3.201.125).

Too many domains hosted on the same server is an indicator that you are not really serious about your website, and your site will have a higher chance to be surrounded by bad neighbours.

Tips:
1. the fewer domains hosted on the same server/ip the better.
2. avoid shared hosting whenever possible, especially when there are already hundreds or thousands of sites are hosted on the same server.
3. dedicated ip or resources for your site not only do good to your site visitors but also favoured by search engines.
Server Location
your server (IP : 192.3.201.125) is located at United States  
ensure your server is not located far away from most of your site visitors.
HTTP Compression
No

your website server does not support HTTP Compression.

Caching
No

your website server does not support Caching.

Server Signature
Excellent! the website server signature is off.

A secure and safe server is not only good for your site visitors but also good for search engines.

Tips:
1. server software version information can be utilized by malicious visitors to attack your server.
2. by turning off the server signature, you actually have made your server a little bit more secure.
3. for Apache server - edit the apache2.conf or the .htaccess file to turn server signature off.
Domain Age
9 years, 203 days old ( 1st registered on : 2011-10-02 )


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excellent, the domain age is old enough.

Domain Expires
0 years, 162 days from today ( expires on : 2021-10-02 )


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domain is expiring in less than a year.

Domain Info
careertransitionsguide.com ( 26 characters )

Domain Registrar : NameCheap, Inc.

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Domain Created On Last Modified On Expires On
2011-10-02 2020-10-05 2021-10-02
9 years, 203 days old 0 years, 199 days ago 0 years, 162 days from today
9 years, 203 days old


Domain Name Servers used by careertransitionsguide.com
DNS Name IP Address
ns1.nsresponse.com52.52.143.222
ns2.nsresponse.com54.165.176.30


Domain is going to expire in less than a year time (0 years, 162 days from today), try to renew it for more than one year!

domain name choice and domain age are crucial for SEO.

Tips:
1. keep the domain name short and relevant to the content, which will be easier to be remembered and related to.
2. older domain tends to be more trustworthy.
3. register a domain for more than 1 year, and search engine will think it is a serious business.

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