Stand out with Sight, Sound & Motion

Image courtesy of Will Merydith, flickr.

Image courtesy of Will Merydith, flickr.

When speaking with Recruiters, a common sentiment is shared by all of them: They go through many job applications every day—paper after paper, page after page, applicant after applicant. So how can you stand out?

It is a rather known fact that the combination of Sight, Sound & Motion convey strong messages that no other medium can. What am I referring to? Videos of course.

That is why till date, TV commercials are still being run and why YouTube is wildly successful. Just to reiterate how successful YouTube is:

  • More than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube each month
  • Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube—that’s almost an hour for every person on Earth, and 50% more than last year
  • 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute

If videos are so powerful, why are you not using them to get yourself a job? What if there was a platform there for you to do that; you can create your own candidate profile, listing your areas of interest, work history, skills and even upload your CV, certifications or work portfolio, plus create a video of yourself as a showcase?

Yes, there is a platform out there already: www.next-5.com.

Check out our revamped interface and create your own profile that allows you to share everything about yourself with a prospective employer, with just one link.

Yes, this is a marketing message. One that will help you better market yourself as a job seeker.

Create your own profile today at www.next-5.com

Don’t forget to check out our tips for video introductions.

Or you can view our step-by-step guide here:

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