When you publish regularly on a blog, you get some interesting statistics about your total word count, average word count, the most popular day, the most popular time, most comments per post, average comments per post – and more interestingly, the most read posts.
Here’s a quick round up of the top 5 most popular articles on my website for women in technology in 2020.
When you’ve had a career break, it can be tough breaking back into the world of work. This is a guest post with tips from recruiter Ten2Two about what you can do to make yourself more marketable to employers.
You used to be able to easily look up when you joined LinkedIn however LinkedIn made some changes to its user interface last year. This article tells you how to find out exactly when you joined LinkedIn.
One of the questions I get over and over from clients who’ve booked a LinkedIn Power Hour is “If I want to get known as an expert, should I be writing LinkedIn articles or posts?“
This article weighs up the benefits.
Last year I hosted a series of Career Conversations to celebrate the launch of my Job Search Club. This particular post shares the inspirational story of one of those interviews with Sarah.
Not only was Sarah a single mum, she moved out of London, changed career and got a perfect part-time job just two minutes walk from her house.
Read it HERE.
This post is one in a series of 12 steps to plan your return to paid work with confidence after a career break or maternity leave.
KIT or Keeping In Touch Days can be used by women on maternity leave and can play essential role in your plan to return to work with confidence.
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