Monday, February 07, 2011

Career changing

Good evening, morning has come and gone, but there is still time to find out what #the5 revealed when we cruising amongst the links earlier!

Web Analytics: Frequently Asked Questions And Direct Answers  good morning, this Q&A leads the way for 
@Avinash goes into great detail to answer questions about analytics.

Chrysler’s Super Bowl Ad Is Something Special  "Imported from Detroit" 
I thought the ad was good on the first viewing during the game. I have seen other postings critical of it but this caught my early in the morning.

8 Social Media News Stories You May Have Missed  don't miss them now 
Tools on the social media space are plentiful, some overtime are better than others. The news around the tools can be overwhelming. This posting catches 8 stories you might have missed. Yes, a couple I had.

Jobs before they were president of USA  me: good idea look at how someone got there, not always a direct path! 
This is a great example of one of the hidden or not so obvious uses for LinkedIn, especially relevant for those looking to change careers. How do you change? What does the career change path look like? Since most folks on LinkedIn have included at least three prior positions (to get the 100% complete profile), you can look for the position where you want to be. Search for it, then look into some of the folk who hold that position now and see how they got there. The mileage may vary but the information on how they got where they did is open. If you want more details, there is a warm call or contact you can now make!

The crying test – assessing your next job  me: how does you job rate on this 'crying test'? 
The headline alone made this a must read. Very well done!

And for a special bonus, Jake Shimabukuro plays Bohemian Rhapsody in this TED video.