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Miriam Salpeter

Miriam Salpeter is owner and founder of Keppie Careers, a coaching and consulting firm helping job seekers and entrepreneurs leverage social media and other tools to achieve their goals. She has appeared on CNN, and major media outlets, including The Wall Street JournalThe New York Times, and Forbes, and others have quoted her advice. In addition to her own blog, Miriam writes for U.S. News & World Report and for AolJobs.com. She is the author of the books, Social Networking for Career SuccessSocial Networking for Business Success: How to Turn Your Interests into Income, and 100 Conversations for Career Success. Named to CNN’s list of “top 10 job tweeters you should be following” and a “top 5” influencer on Twitter for job seekers by Mashable.com. Miriam also had her blog selected as a top career resource by Forbes. A vice president for a Wall Street firm prior to earning a master’s degree from Columbia University, Miriam ran the Career Action Center at the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University before launching her own business.

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10 Tips to Becoming a Connector (Not Just a Networker)

by Miriam Salpeter | August 03, 2016

You haven't seen good networking until you've met a "connector." So how do you become a connector? As an answer, here are several tips that will put you on the path to becoming a connector, and not a mere networker.

3 LinkedIn Tricks to Get the Job You Want

by Miriam Salpeter | June 13, 2016

linkedin tricks to get the job you want

Why Using Social Media Is Essential to Your Career—And How Best to Use It

by Miriam Salpeter | May 03, 2016

why using social media is essential to finding jobs and how best to use social media

15 Ways to Network Even After You Have a Job

by Miriam Salpeter | January 19, 2016

ways to network after you get a job

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