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Are you an executive looking for a new position? Are you a college graduate looking to land your first job? Are you a small business owner wishing to establish a real relationship with your customers and serve your clientele in a way that distinguishes you from the competition? Have you attempted to use social networking sites such as Linkedin, Facebook or even Twitter only to fail in reaching your goal?
Today, employers and potential customers have the tools to find out everything they want about you. Yet this information can present a distorted picture of who you really are and what you can offer. Oftentimes, it’s something published about you that you can’t control or worst: some posting on a social networking site you regret having placed there to begin with.
The solution is a simple one yet elusive to most people in today’s hyper social media-driven environment. You need your own webpresence in order to express who you are and begin to communicate with those who would need to seek you out from the vast millions that exist on these sites.
At Etiquette Networks, we define a webpresence as your own home or place on the internet that allows you to place content as you would on a social networking site. But unlike a social networking site which limits you, your webpresence allows a level of flexibility and control over information you wish to share with others. It gives you the ability to post information and update your status from your own site that you can add to your other social networking sites as you choose.
The real value of a webpresence site lies in the simple relationship between you and your webpresence: you own it. With ownership, comes the ability to build a social identity for yourself that you can refer to and drive your audience in Facebook or Linkein to you own site.
For executives seeking a new position, the real value here is having your bio, resume and accomplishments available in one place that you can share with prospective employers.
For the college graduate, it offers the opportunity to brand yourself as a serious candidate for a position with your own personal branding to distinguish you from the rest.
For the small business owner or independent professional, it is the best way to communicate value directly to your customers and clients.