Today, looking for a job does not simply involve posting your CV with a handwritten covering letter to a potential employer. You can now apply for jobs directly online through numerous job boards, social networks and recruitment sites. But remember: once you are present on the web, whether personally or professionally, you have an online reputation.
Your future employer can easily find you on the Internet to find out more about you. A quick search on Google will be enough to find your name, your Facebook page, your blog, your LinkedIn profile and the comments you might have made on forums.
The objective here is to be able to control the information which potential employers can find about you online, whilst increasing the visibility of your professional profile. Over time, details about us online increase. It should be said that our activity on social networks or on the sites we browse is increasingly common and encouraged. And finding nothing about a person is not necessarily a good sign.