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SF Meet-up 9/13: Market Yourself to Increase Career Opportunities

Last month I wrote a post titled Build An Online Profile for Your Career in which I shared a slide presentation on the subject. Now I’d like to invite you (anyone reading this in the San Francisco Bay Area) to attend a meet-up group on how to market yourself to increase your career opportunities. The event is free, but registration is required as space is limited.

Event Details

Marketing Yourself: Build an Online Profile to Increase Career Opportunities
Monday, September 13, 2010 from 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (PT)
Join us for coffee and a discussion on how to Market Yourself

  • My resume looks great, but I’m not getting called for interviews.
  • I want to move forward in my career, but I’m always getting passed over for promotions.
  • I’m a consultant/contractor and I’m just not getting enough new clients.
  • I’m changing careers and having trouble breaking into my new field.

If you can relate to any of these statements, come learn how building an online profile can help boost your career.

This informal meeting will include some expert advice from Marketing Conversationalist Consultant Christine Fife, including:

  • Defining an Online Profile
    • Where online profiles exist.
    • Why you should care about having an online profile.
  • How an Online Profile Can Benefit Your Career
    • What to avoid so your profile doesn’t harm your career.
  • Building Your Online Profile
    • Personal and professional goals help define your optimal online profile.

This Marketing Yourself morning conversation will be hosted by BellaPelle Skin Studio.

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As I drove off to college I never would have guessed I would end up here! But it’s been a fantastic journey. My career has been richly diverse giving me an advantage over marketers who are siloed into niche positions. I strive to be a true Renaissance person—I love to learn about everything and trying new things comes naturally. My career has been no different; I’ve successfully launched enterprise software and medical device development startups, improved communications processes for the regulatory department of a major financial exchange, increased client business and product development for several international exchange program companies and founded an international educational non-profit organization. My master’s degree in Integrated Marketing from Golden Gate University gave me a broad understanding of traditional marketing best-practices, but my BA in theater gave me the skills to understand how people communicate with one another and the importance of promoting a brand in a voice that is right for the audience.