Tag Archives: networking

  • How to Use Twitter in Your Job Search

    By Michelle Hutchinson Last month I shared Transition Sherpa’s tips on using LinkedIn to find your next job. But according to Jeff Sheehan, one of Transition Sherpa’s co-founders, Twitter is another online platform that should be part of your job-search strategy. Here’s how he recommends using this tool. Using Twitter to Forge Relationships Part of […]

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  • How to Use LinkedIn to Find Your Next Job

    By Michelle Hutchinson With a 2014 Jobvite survey reporting that 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn to find potential job candidates, you can’t afford NOT to be using LinkedIn in your job search. And with all the new features LinkedIn has added, this professional networking site now gives you the opportunity to showcase more than what […]

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  • Why You Should Avoid Referral Key in Your Online Presence

    by Michelle Hutchinson Referrals are a great way to grow your business, but is signing up with ReferralKey.com the way to do it? I don’t think so. It’s been a while since someone invited me to join Referral Key, the online networking site that touts itself as a great source of referrals, but yesterday I […]

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  • How to Introduce a Job Seeker to a Potential Employer

    by Michelle Hutchinson You reap what you sow. What goes around comes around. Those idioms do a good job of describing my message in last week‘s post. There, I explained how using three-way emails to introduce people who can form business alliances is a good deed that comes back to you in the form of […]

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  • The Art of the Three-Way (or How to Write an Email Referral)

    by Michelle Hutchinson Regardless of the industry you’re in, one of the most successful ways to grow your business is through referrals. Ideally, you’d like the referral to be someone in direct need of your services, but don’t forget about forging relationships with people who can refer their own clients to you. For example, dentists […]

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  • The Romantic Side of LinkedIn

    by Michelle Hutchinson   Anna Capioletti* was beside herself when, as a newlywed, she was washing her hands at her in-laws’ home and saw her wedding ring slip from her dainty finger and slide down the drain. Her understanding husband eventually bought her a new ring, but who could have imagined that 40 years later, […]

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  • How to Expand Your Network on LinkedIn

    Michelle Hutchinson Have you ever wanted to connect with someone on LinkedIn, even if you hadn’t met him or her, but weren’t sure what to write in your LinkedIn invitation? After all, you don’t want to send the generic message, “I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.” That’s so impersonal and […]

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Michelle Hutchinson, Wordhelper

Michelle Hutchinson, Wordhelper

I've never been one to follow conventional wisdom—at least when it doesn't make sense to me—and I'm not about to start now. Conventional wisdom says to limit your blog to one topic (e.g., writing) or to related topics (e.g., writing, reading, publishing), but my interests are too diverse.

While a good deal of this blog will be devoted to writing, editing, and resumes, I'll also explore topics in health, science, education, and a smattering of other areas. After all, I'm not only an editor and writer, but I am or have been a dentist, teacher, naval officer, environmental researcher, wife, parent, and pet owner.

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