What should every job seeker know?

The Value of a Strong and Flawless Resume and the Power of Networking.

When you’re job-hunting, take your resume with you wherever you go and use it at every opportunity to grow and strengthen your network of contacts. But what do you do in situations where passing out a handful of resumes is not feasible? There’s nothing worse than making a great contact, searching for a pen and writing your number on a napkin – that they’re sure to lose. Job seeker business cards project an image of professionalism and leave a lasting impression. So next time, try using Job Seeker business cards instead.

Why Job Seeker Business Cards?

If you are serious about finding a job, then you already know the importance of networking and marketing yourself. Job Seeker business cards, which have the look and feel of a traditional business card, give you the opportunity to provide critical career and contact information with people you meet in social and professional situations.

But if you’re a typical job seeker you don’t have any business cards, and if you’re a career changer you probably don’t want to use the business cards from your current job. So it makes sense to get Job Seeker cards printed.

Designing and Printing Job Seeker Cards

Job Seeker cards are the same size and shape as business cards, contain key contact information like business cards, but instead of listing a company and job title, a Job Seeker card focuses on your job objective or unique selling proposition.

Be sure to include all your pertinent contact information, including your name, phone number, email address and postal mail address as well as Web site address, cell phone and fax numbers.

Keep your Job Seeker business cards clean and crisp and bring them EVERYWHERE you go — to networking events (obviously), career and job fairs, professional meetings, social gatherings, parties, weddings, and anywhere else you may run into potential contacts…so in a nutshell, everywhere. You should keep copies of your resume handy as well, but there are obviously numerous times where a resume would simply be too awkward to handle.

Remember that Job Seeker business cards should not replace your resume — you should still try to have your resume handy — but in situations where a resume is not feasible, these cards are a great self-marketing job-search and networking tool. Always carry a stash of your business cards; you simply never know when you’re going to meet someone who may be able to help you in your job search.

Business Card Printing Details

So, how do you go about getting Job Seeker cards printed? It’s EASY!

Complimentary for The Crazy Good Interviewing Subscribers: Get 250 premium quality, full color business cards, an $85 value, at no-cost to you. (There is however a very small shipping and handling fee). Using pre-designed online templates, you can create professional, attractive business cards in seconds. Instantly preview the cards online before submitting your order.

Get your FREE job seeker business cards now!

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Crazy Good Interviewing: How Acting a Little Crazy Can Get You The Job

Sometimes acting a little crazy can get you the job you want. Crazy Good Interviewing shows how crazy good behavior can make you stand out favorably in a sea of mediocrity. Take the candidate who created a keynote presentation on his iPad to illustrate his strengths or the one who created a DVD highlighting her abilities. An unconventional handbook to job seeking in a tough economy, Crazy Good Interviewing delves into how to access your three key strengths, use body language effectively, prepare a five-sentence history that builds a bridge to the interviewer, and much more! Turn just plain crazy into crazy good, and land the job at your next interview.

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