Job Search Book Available Free of Cost, Announces Jason McDonald

San Francisco, California – June 2, 2016. Jason McDonald, a San Francisco Bay Area expert consultant in SEO and social media marketing, is proud to announce a special zero cost promotion for his latest book, the 2016 Job Search and Career-building Workbook. Available on at no cost until June 6, 2016, the book has garnered the coveted ‘number one new release’ designation on Amazon in the job hunting category.

“This new job search and career-building book grew out of my Stanford class on personal branding,” explained Dr. McDonald, Director of the Jason McDonald SEO Consulting Agency. “As part of a promotion for the beginning of Summer, 2016, I am releasing it at no cost on Amazon Kindle for a very limited time. It can also be purchased in hard copy for just $11.25, and persons interested in a no cost review copy should email me directly.”

Job Search & Career-building WorkbookTo learn more about the Job Search and Career-building Workbook, visit There, one can purchase it in the Amazon Kindle format for zero dollars, or click over to the print format for the discounted price of $11.25.


Job search today is no longer the province of paper resumes and physical career offices on campus. The application process is more than that. Sometimes applying for one job can take between 30-45 minutes depending on what is required by the company. When applying for jobs nowadays, expect there to be some tough competition. To set yourself apart, you might want to consider submitting a high-quality resume. For help writing one, you could always visit Cultivated Culture’s website ( to get some ideas about how you want your resume to look. With a good resume, you stand a chance at getting the job. However, employers are much more strict nowadays with who they employ. This can cause some people to even consider Jobs in Bournemouth, Birmingham, London or even relocating to different countries in search of their dream career. For anyone lucky enough to reach the interview stage after submitting an application, congratulations. Don’t get nervous when it comes up in the interview about your potential employer has done a background check on you. They are not stalking you. Instead, they are trying to gain further knowledge of you as an individual, as well as making sure you are legally suitable to work for their company. So when you find out that companies are doing a form of people search during this stage of the process, just know it is just for their interest and the potentially the safety of others. Soon, you’ll be well on your way to getting that job you’ve been after for years. This is your chance to show the interviewer what you can bring to the company. Preparation is key. But if you are unsure as to where to start, my best best it to look at sites like to give you a push in the right direction.

Whether a person is a young face just out of college, or a more seasoned professional seeking to advance his or her career in this new Internet economy, the new Job Search and Career-building Workbook is a must-have addition to any job seeker’s library. The workbook-style format overviews how to think about building an online personal brand image using SEO (Search Engine Optimization) as well as Social Media Marketing. It has in-depth coverage of LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter – the three primary social networks for job hunting, job searching, and career-building today. In addition, it explains how to set up a personal website and blog and how to use SEO or Search Engine Optimization to propel that website to the top of Google. The workbook has links to worksheets, which are step-by-step guides to each chapter as well as a companion Job Search Resource Book, with links to literally hundreds of zero cost tools for job search.


Jason McDonald is director of The JM Internet Group, a leading online training company. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1992, and now both teaches and consults to San Francisco Bay Area businesses in SEO, Social Media Marketing, and AdWords. In addition to those services, he has been recognized as an expert witness in litigation on Internet marketing. He has several popular books on Amazon on the topic of Internet marketing.

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