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Secrets To Finding Work With Google - Articles Surfing
Here's a secret technique for finding a job in the film industry that has had amazing results! It will give you an advantage over everyone else looking for work. Trust me on this one as I have personally used it to find work, locate producers and get deals. It's the bomb! Here's how it works.
First, go to Google and set up a "Google Alert". This feature sends you an email every time something happens in the news.
Now, it will ask you to enter keywords for the search. Enter something that relates to the type of work you are looking for such as: "casting director", "new production company", "in production" and so forth.
Save this alert. Now every time a new production company is formed or a film goes into production you will get an alert sent directly to you! From there do a little research and gather the contact's name and address. If it is not included in the alert you can go to www.imdb.com. It has an entire database of industry information or you can just do a standard search through your ISP.
Once you get the contact info send your resume or headshot right away. Simple as one, two, three! Right? The great thing about this is that you will be one of the first to receive this information and ahead of the game. So your resume will be among the first ones that they see.
But what I really like about Google Alerts is that you can set up more than just one and enter as many keywords as you like.
I recommend that you keep them specific as possible.
I am sure that if done correctly this technique can help you not just get a job but make serious contacts as well! Friend, try it and see for yourself. And if you should need any help please feel free to email me. Have fun!
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