You've got a little free time at work and you decide to tweet about topics of personal interest. Your witty quips, observations, and links to YouTube videos of your dog barking at the vacuum cleaner are all well and good, but what does your employer get out of it? And, of equal importance, how do you balance time promoting yourself and the company?
The folks at Brazen Careerist realize college students and young professionals aren’t always able to pull from years of previous work experience when marketing themselves to potential employers. And that often puts them at a competitive disadvantage. So, instead of sticking with the status quo, they decided to turn existing traditional online career management tools on their ear.