This page was developed for college and university career center management. If you are looking for career help please visit the JibberJobber blog.
Below are previews to the video trainings I currently have available. Each video is longer than one hour. In a classroom setting you could show 5 or 10 minute snippets and then discuss various issues that are brought up. Or you can give access to students and/or alumni to watch the videos on their own (self-paced training).
Social Marketing Strategies for Job Seekers: This video helps you understand how all of the online tools work together as part of a job search strategy.
Short preview of LinkedIn for Job Seekers
Long preview of LinkedIn for Job Seekers
Blogging for Job Seekers: This video shows you what a blog is, why you should have one, how to get started and how to continue to have strong, value-add posts to create a personal brand as a subject matter expert or a thought leader.
Twitter for Job Seekers: Twitter gets a lot of buzz right now – Take the time to understand what it is and how you can use it in your job search to find target companies and network contacts, and how to communicate with those contacts. Even if you never end up using Twitter this webinar will help you know how to mine the Twitter users for contacts to your success.
Send an email to Jason@JibberJobber.com to learn more.
More about my story:
I got into the job search and career space in early 2006 when I got laid off from my corporate job. I had no intention of being in the career space but my job search actually led me here.
A few months after I lost my job I put a team together to develop JibberJobber.com, which is the first major job search organizer on the market. We can license JibberJobber to your students and/or alumni, and even provide a cobranded solution for you.
About a year after I launched JibberJobber I had submitted the manuscript for my first book, I’m on LinkedIn — Now What??? The LinkedIn book, currently in it’s second edition, was quickly followed by I’m on Facebook — Now What???
Since those books came out I’ve spoken more than 200 times and have been quoted in other books, magazines, articles, newsletters, radio programs, newspapers, blogs, etc.
While I didn’t intend to be in this space, I was certainly enjoying it. One thing that bothered me, however, was that I could never give enough instruction on how to really optimize online tools. That’s why I came up with LinkedIn for Job Seekers, the DVD. I’ve licenced this to public organizations (universities, job search clubs, etc.) and that became the foundation for what you can now offer to your audience.