Launches affordable personal websites


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(October 31, 2013) My Town Advertising launches an affordable and effective new service for people that want to enhance their digital footprint for potential employers. Logo

In an ever competitive job market employers are trying to use as many free resources to find candidates and information about them. As Google devalues social media platform sites the need for a controllable personal website arises. In a recent Forbes article 56% of hiring managers would look for a personal website yet only 7% of job hunters have one.

A candidate that has a personal website will give them self a competitive advantage from the standpoint that they can control the information and the interpretation of that information. A great resume is important but what if you could have your portfolio, videos, and living bio to go with that resume. It would most certainly give a hiring manager a much better picture of you.

The packages that offer are comprehensive and affordable. Depending on your level of commitment any of the three packages will give a dedicated online footprint to aid you in your professional life.

My Town Advertising LLC is a nationwide advertising company that focuses on the online footprints of businesses and individuals. My Town Advertising LLC is an innovator in the marketplace and in search engine improvement.

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  1. With over 50% of hiring managers looking for personal websites and less than 10% of job seekers having one means that you will drastically increase your odds of landing a position with a company you actually want to work for by standing outside the mountain of paper rÉsumÉs.


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