I built my reputation on trust and want to build trust with you. I give you this disclosure page so that you understand from the start when I am talking about an affiliate.
With the exceptions, see below, every link and recommendation I give on this blog is without any form of payment. Those I do receive payment for are services I use and believe in. When I link to an affiliate in a post, I always let the reader know.
Headway Themes: I was an affiliate of Headway Themes. This means I got paid an affiliate fee, when someone clicks on one of my Headway links and buys the theme. I have used Headway for more than 5 years and I can confidently recommend it to anyone. The Headway Theme affiliate system changed and I have not contacted them recently to find out how I stay an affiliate.
The Happiness Garden: I am an affiliate of The Happiness Garden. Heather Bestel, who launched the Happiness Garden has been an online friend for several years and her husband, Peter, and daughter, Zoe, have been connections also. It was through Zoe’s music that I grew to know Heather better. The Happiness Garden is an Online Virtual Retreat for gorgeous women who know the importance of Extreme Self Care and the wonders of Personal Development and are ready to invest some scrumptious time in themselves to create the life they really, really deserve.
A little more on Heather Bestel: Her background is in: Therapy (psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, neuro linguistic programming), Teaching (further education lecturer, special ed teacher, educational psychotherapist) Holistics ( reiki master, holistic therapist (Indian head massage) therapeutic storyteller) and Stress Management.
You can enjoy the Happiness Garden yourself by exploring the affiliate link.
From time to time, I may add other affiliates to this blog. This page is to comply with the requirements for disclosure of affiliates.
Obviously, this disclosure has nothing to do with my own work and services, which are provided for a fee to my clients.
Designresumes.com frequently gets requests for guest posts. This blog is a marketing blog for Design Resumes and is written by Julie Walraven and expresses her viewpoint and expertise on job search, resume writing, career marketing, and social media job search as well as the ramifications of job search on the individual. While we may collaborate with career colleagues or others on a post, the content is written by Julie. Requests for guest posts will be declined or ignored.
All links on this site are organic. If I link to another career marketing professional, resource, or other source, it is because I have built relationships with an individual or business or I highly respect their product.
I do not respond to emails with requests for links for this reason. Therefore, if you are wondering if I will exchange links with you, most likely the answer is no. I value my Google placement and choose to grow it organically through valued links only to products and people I know and respect.
In the current economic climate, job search strategies have become a hot topic. Julie Walraven has been a resource for radio, print media, and online media on topics that range from resume writing and LinkedIn profile development to interview strategies and personal branding.
Julie was quoted in The Washington Times for an article, Enhancing your online image written by Mark Kellner, Technology Reporter.
One of the projects that Julie participated in was the Jobseeker Makeover project with the Wausau Daily Herald team of Jake Miller and Carrie Hutton. This project was featured on the front page of the Sunday, February 27 issue of the Wausau Daily Herald.
You can read the article here: Wausau Daily Herald February 27 Job Seeker Makeover
Emily Neubauer at WAOW-TV asked for Julie’s input for a story: “Tips to set your resume apart.”
Julie Walraven can be reached ator by e-mailing email@example.com for any media inquiries.