5 tips on using your online presence when looking for a job

With companies now looking up prospective employees online, a person's online activities can act as both an advantage and a hindrance. Here's five tips to make it work for you.

18th July, 2012
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As social networks and blogging becomes more and more popular, the footprint that each person leaves online is becoming more visible. With companies now looking up prospective employees online, a person's online activities can act as both an advantage and a hindrance.

We spoke to digital marketing and social media expert [Krishna De](http://krishnade.com/) for her tips about how best to manage your online presence when looking for a job.

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