personal-brand This is a partial solution to a question that’s been in my mind for some time.  Since I created a Social Media Resume (SMR) a few months back, the point that I didn’t enable comments directly on the page has been bothering me.

Part of the reason for that is because I wanted to keep the resume page, clean and under control.  However, a “Social Media Resume” by definition requires interaction – some kind of social aspect.  Without that component, it’s merely a multi-media resume.

So this post will be the catch-all for the comments on the resume page – I’ll add a link to add a comment which will bring people to this page.  So if you’ve got a comment on my SMR, by all means – leave one below!

Want to check it out: Rick Mahn | A Social Media Resume

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