Alison Doyle, the Job Search expert at About.com, has a post up with tips from job search experts. Many have to do with their particular product, which is understandable, but they all have good things to say, like:
Networking is the Key to Success – Gautam Godhwani, co-founder and chief executive officer, SimplyHired.com.
Know What You’re the Best At – Vickie Elmer, freelance careers / workplace writer for the Washington Post Capital Business, Fortune magazine and others, and at WorkingKind.com
Job Search Efficiently – Paul Forster, CEO and Co-Founder, Indeed.com
Stay Focused on Your Job Search – Margaret Riley Dikel, author, RileyGuide.com
Why Did You Fail to Make the Sale? – Rita Ashley, Career Coach, www.jobsearch4execs.com
Establish Goals – Penny Loretto, Associate Director, Skidmore College and the About.com Guide to Internships.
Indentify Companies That Are a Fit – Meg Guiseppi, C-level Executive Branding and Job Search Coach, and CEO of Executive Career Brand
Know What Makes You Stand Out – William Arruda, founder of Reach, author of Career Distinction and curator at personalbranding.tv.
Research the Company – Avram Piltch, Online Editorial Director at LAPTOP Magazine
Stalk the Company (Almost) – William Fischer, co-founder of TwitJobSearch.com
Follow Up – Todd Lempicke, President, Optimal Resume
Relocate For a New Job – Jay Martin, Chairman, JobSerf
Give Seasonal Work a Try – The Team at CoolWorks
Work on a Promotion – Lee E. Miller, co-author of A Woman’s Guide to Successful Negotiating
Read Alison’s post to get more information from these job search folks.