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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser., the recruitment search-engine, has today announced that 22% of employers will use the internet to research the “secret life” of a candidate before an interview - in order to guarantee that as a potential employer, they know as much as possible about who could be joining their team.

With marketing job searches on the rise and positions becoming increasingly sought after, savvy employers are using every means available to them, in order to best ensure that the successful candidate holds the right credentials, both listed on their CV and also on their online profile, in fact, several employers have commented that by using the internet as a means of discovering more about a potential candidate , the results can be far more telling compared with relying only on what is presented in a CV and how questions are handled during the interview process.

Popular social networking sites such as Facebook, YouTube and MySpace can often provide employers with a far more honest picture of an individual, as at the touch of a button, employers have instant access to the personal antics of the unsuspecting job seeker, including photographs, videos and personal comments.

The current economic climate dictates that brand management jobs are becoming more valued and sought after, and, as a result of this Brand Management jobs London are now deemed especially valuable, due in no small part to the fact that Britain’s capital is at the hub of the fast-paced marketing industry with many of the world’s top companies based there.

Candidates seeking marketing jobs should be aware that to be successfully employed in sectors such as brand management and communications then it is important to view yourself as a “brand” that you present to the world and manage in the most appropriate way – after all, anyone could be looking you up online.

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