In a recent post I talked about how nurses should have a presence on LinkedIn and I even recommended a course about LinkedIn so now I want to talk about setting up your LinkedIn profile on this powerful networking site. But first I want to say a few things about LinkedIn.
Are you a new nurse or a nurse returning to the workforce after taking time off for whatever reason?
Do you think starting your nursing job search begins with getting online and filling out applications? Or you don’t even know where to start? Well, you may be shocked to learn that filling out applications on job boards and perfecting your paper resume is not what you should be doing first, if at all.
Need to see nursing resume examples? It can be hard to write about yourself in the best light. It sounds like bragging or full of yourself. Let me just say though that this is not the time to be shy or to hold back on your expertise, this is the time to “tote your horn!”
I recently was asked a question about health coaching jobs and instead of writing a long reply I decided to write a post answering her questions here in a blog post because I’m sure others may also want to know.
These questions actually come at a very good time, because I just did some research on Health Coaching jobs. So Thank You Maggie for your questions!
Social media is a tool that nursing business owners or any small business owner can use to successfully market their products and services but if you don’t have a solid foundation to start with, you won’t be successful. What do I mean by this? Here’s 3 social media marketing tips to start you off on the right foot, especially for those new to social media marketing.