Tell Us What You Need to Snag a Job!
It’s time to let go of the past. No matter how hard you failed, why you failed, or why you weren’t able to turn things around, the past is the past. Today, we’re offering you a clean slate. Take it, follow our advice, and start over
It is Wednesday today July 12th and we’ve decided that today’s posting ought to be a bit different! If you’ve been following our regular bursts with posts containing job searching and career management advice, know how, knowledge and tips AND if you’ve taken a look at our goals (top of the site), you may have sensed what we are all about. Not sharing here. If you are not sure, scan Guukle.com.
But we have decided that today it’s time to stop up and ask you a very important question.
Guukle.com is a fairly new site but the traffic we have been getting, the emails that are flowing in, the comments that are being shared on our posts (and we do filter away the hundreds of annoying spam comments – every single day) is beyond our wildest expectations. So we do conclude that it make sense what we are trying to do. But! We don’t want to be just another job advice site, or another “we’ll help you change your career” blog or resource. No. We want to give you exactly what you need, and just maybe if we are really focused and extraordinary, we may be able to exceed your expectations! To do this thoroughly, we have a question for you:
What do you need?
Simple to ask but maybe not just that easy to answer. Think of it. We will strive to provide you with EXACTLY what you need. To do so, we need to know what those needs are – we need to hear from YOU!
We have a long (very long) list of ideas for material that will become publicly available on Guukle.com and EVEN if we DO NOT hear from you, we’ll continue to offer what we think makes most sense. But we really do think that it makes MORE sense to offer what YOU really NEED rather than having us focus on what we THINK you need? Makes sense?
So – think long and hard and let us know? Focus on the topics of
- Job searching
- Job interview preparation
- Questions to ask and answer to provide
- Your cover letter
- Your resume/CV
- How to negotiate an employment contract
- How to deal with the emotions of being laid off
- How to tell a prospective employer that you just got fired?
- How to work effectively with head hunters?
- Be extra ordinary in your job search
etc. etc. etc.
- or anything else that comes to mind. Above is just a listing of potential thoughts and ideas?
So the ball is in your court. Tell us.
Just to be clear. We are not sharing this post to compete with the Snag a Job website. Our services are entirely different. Just to share that there are no hard feelings or ill intentions, here is a link to SnagaJob