If you're a regular visitor to my website or stop by to read my blog, you've probably noticed that I've been quiet as of late. Please don't mistake this for a sign of my lack of continued interest in Best Fit Forward. I've been busy. 

Last week, I gave a talk called "Face It: Using Social Media with Intention" at the Career Management Alliance conference in San Antonio, Texas. The talk was an on-going project that I revised four times in six months. (Among other things, the statistics kept changing--did you know the user base for Twitter grew over 130% in March alone?)

I've also been serving as a consultant to Microsoft Office Live's "My Resume Talks Campaign," a national campaign over Facebook which ends today . Recently, Microsoft released my free eBook, "Has Your Resume Graduated from College? Five Strategies for Finding a Job in Today's Economy" on the campaign website. You can have your own copy here.

While I work with job seekers of all levels, the eBook was designed especially for the recent college graduate.

Could someone mistake your resume for a laundry list? If yes, find out how to fix it. 

Check it out, and tell me if you find my tips for resume writing to be helpful, or if you have additional strategies to share that I may have missed?

As always, thanks for reading.

To Your Success,


P.S. If you have time, do check out Kevin Connolly's resume in a blender routine on the MyResumeTalks.com campaign site on Facebook.