As unemployment approaches ten percent, Social Network Wizard helps over-forty workers to outclass their younger competitors by showcasing their experience on the social media.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 27, 2009
"Grown-ups - people over forty - now realize that they are under served by the social networks,” noted Social Network Wizard founder Will Pemble, "and they're turning to us for help."
Social Network Wizard (www.SocialNetworkWizard.com) sets up and manages user accounts for clients on leading social networks. Pemble insists, "Professionals with twenty years of experience and expertise better show up on Social Network media sources to stay relevant in today's job market. Millions of 20-and-30-somethings already have Facebook and Linkedin figured out. Add to that the current state of the economy, it is quite easy for middle-aged workers to to get pushed aside."
Social networking sites, like most new technologies, can be intimidating to people used to doing things differently. Through a simple user interface, live phone consultations, and focused career coaching, Social Network Wizard can remove the intimidation factor and position over-forty workers to compete - and win - in today's job market.
Older workers bring experience and wisdom to the workplace, usually at higher costs than younger workers. Employers in today's flagging economy often use present-day indicators to gauge professional qualifications. Personal Branding has become a key indicator of an employee's value; Social Network Wizard removes the intimidation and increases uptake by users over forty. Fees for services are reasonable and affordable by all job seekers while ensuring long-term personal branding and relevance in the marketplace.
Pemble insists that, "Social networking is now the official language of business. And, with my 46th birthday just around the corner, it's a great thrill to be helping my contemporaries compete and win in these crazy times." Social Network Wizard is a Personal Branding service that creates and manages accounts for professionals on social networking sites, including Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Digg, and Skype.