[SiH] Recommended Resource: JibberJobber, career toolset

Success in Harmony

February 2008 – Vol. V, Issue 2


Recommended Resource: JibberJobber, career toolset

This year, the United States seems to be in an economic slump. Employees feel that they have even less job security than before, if they ever really had any. It’s time to begin contingency planning, networking, and promoting your personal brand in the marketplace.

Luckily, there is an online toolset that can help you manage the complexity of activities that surround networking, career management and job searching. JibberJobber is a powerful tool that lets you manage your career, from job search to relationship management to target company management (and much more). JibberJobber is free for life with an optional upgrade. JibberJobber is a fantastic tool–it even allows coaching to link their accounts with their clients’ and monitor job search / networking activities. But one of the best features is the blog, which includes helpful tips from someone who has been there: Jason Alba, who designed the toolset during his own job search in 2006. It is quickly becoming the most important tool for career management.

From the About Us page:

If you want to learn more about JibberJobber you can:

  • Listen to a podcast interview (about 40 minutes) with Jason, by Peter Clayton. Peter is the leader in podcast interviews in the employment space.
  • Read a rather comprehensive blog post by Dave Mendoza, expert recruiter and consultant.
  • Read (and subscribe to) Jason’s blog, found at http://www.JibberJobber.com/blog

Sign up for a free account and consider upgrading to get extra conveniences when you really need them. To see what others are saying about JibberJobber click on the testimonials link.

On a related note, Jason is also the author of I’m on LinkedIn, Now What??? and I’m on Facebook, Now What??? Gotta love the three question marks; it seems to really capture the frustration that we feel when we’re told we should get a profile up but don’t really know what to do with it.

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