How to Improve the SEO of your LinkedIn Profile

September 15, 2011

Are you looking for a way to improve the search engine ranking of your LinkedIn profile? Many people overlook the importance of doing so. It is one thing to have a LinkedIn profile; it is another thing entirely to increase visibility. Below are several tips that can help improve the SEO of your LinkedIn profile: […]

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Tips To Build A Solid Foundation In IT

August 23, 2011
Building A Solid Foundation For A Career In IT

There are many reasons people seek IT certifications. Some people are looking for a way to get started in the IT field while experienced IT professionals may be pursuing a better job with higher pay. Some feel that certifications result in more job security. There is a lot of debate among IT professionals about which […]

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What To Look For In An IT Certification Training Course

July 25, 2011
What To Look For In An IT Certification Training Course

Are you interested in IT training? No matter if you are an IT professional or managing a group of people in this industry, training and certification is often times a must. However, the way you go about doing this will greatly determine the effectiveness and overall level of success. Here are three things to look […]

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Avoid These Common Certification Mistakes

March 8, 2011

For those planning to get an IT related certification, this is going to be a very important message. Almost everybody has advice on what certs you should get, how you should train, and who you should train with. But almost nobody tells you what pitfalls to look out for… before, during and after the certification […]

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Should Your IT Instructor Be Certified Or Is Experience Enough

March 4, 2011

Nobody needs to tell you how fast the IT industry changes. New technology rolls out faster every year, making yesterday’s solid jobs expendable and tomorrow’s opportunities nebulous. This forces you, as the IT professional, to live in a constant cycle of learning-deprecating-retraining. And that’s fine. It’s part of the allure of our profession. But since […]

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