Arquivo de Novembro, 2008

27
Nov
08

OBCIBER: Votem nos Prémios de Ciberjornalismo | Votes are Open for the Cyberjournalism Awards

O I Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo vai atribuir prémios aos melhores trabalhos e websites de jornalismo digital. Abaixo têm os links para os candidatos às várias categorias, e poderão votar nos vossos favoritos aqui.

The 1st International Cyberjournalism Congress will award the best digital journalism works and websites. Below are the links for the nominated in several categories,so you can see how multimedia is in Portugal.You can vote here.

General Excellence in Cyberjournalism

Excelência Geral em Ciberjornalismo

1. Público.pt

2. Portugal Diário

3. Jornal de Notícias

“Breaking News”

1. Assalto aos BES – Público.pt

2. Desastre em Madrid – Jornal de Notícias

3. Assalto ao Balcão do BES – Portugal Diário

4. Presidenciais EUA: 1, 2, 3 partida – Portugal Diário

Multimedia Story

Reportagem Multimédia

1. A morte lenta do gelo eterno – Jornal de Notícias

2. Novas oportunidades – Sapo

3. Em busca de medalhas no Oriente – Rádio Renascença

4. Regicídio: o crime quase perfeito – Portugal Diário

VideoJournalism

Vídeojornalismo

1. Profissões cada vez mais raras – Rádio Renascença

2. Caminho onde o morto matou o vivo – Portugal Diário

3. Amor Cão – Jornal de Notícias

4. Chiado ardeu há vinte anos – Público.pt

Digital Infographics

Infografia Digital

1. Acesso ao BES – Sol

2. Conheça São Bento – Rádio Renascença

3. Tudo sobre F1 – Jornal de Notícias

4. Passeio no Eléctrico – Jornal de Notícias

College Cyberjournalism

Ciberjornalismo Académico

1. Prostituição no Porto - JPN

2. Pescadores de Vila do Conde – JPN

3. Porto encheu Rua Cândido dos Reis – JPN

4. Restauro dos órgão dos Carmelitas – JPN

5. Porto feliz, um ano depois – JPN

Votem aqui | Vote here

Continue reading ‘OBCIBER: Votem nos Prémios de Ciberjornalismo | Votes are Open for the Cyberjournalism Awards’

27
Nov
08

Rádio Cidade: Rede social | Social Network

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Welcome to CIDADE FM’s SCENE! Here you’ll find: CIDADE FM staff- in the groups, in Messenger, in the blogs. They become your friends IMMEDIATELY. The crew that likes the music that suits you. You don’t come across with weird folks. The pics and blogs of the cutest people!

Quando estava a trabalhar aqui numa rádio local, falei com quem mandava no desenvolvimento de redes sociais como uma parte importante de qualquer empresa de comunicação. Na altura, disseram-me que isso era uma estupidez, e que a internet é uma brincadeira que o pessoal usa, mas como não dá dinheiro, não tem interesse. Essa rádio nem site tinha, mas também não tinha quase nada…

Por isso quando descobri que a CIDADE FM (uma rádio nacional com um público semelhante à minha local) tem uma rede social própria a la Hi5, lembrei-me dessa conversa e de como pensei que realmente estou numa corrente completamente diferente.Eu já tinha visto a puta da Matrix.

Toda a gente conhece a Cidade FM e quer se goste ou não do género, é preciso notar que eles estão à frente de muita gente. O que é que pensam da CENA?

When i was working here at a local radio, i discussed  with my superiors how developing social networks is an important item for any communication company. Back then, they told me that was stupid, and that the internet is all about fun and games for most users, and since it wouldn’t bring any money, it had no appeal. By the way, that radio station didn’t even had a website,or much of anything really…

So when i found out that CIDADE FM (a national radio that has a similar dance/pop music audience like the one i worked for) has it’s own Hi5-like social network, i remembered that conversation and how i felt i was in a totally different current. I had already seen the freaking Matrix.

Whether you like the kind of radio Cidade FM is or not, we must agree they have been quite successful, and are ahead of many.What do you think about it?

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27
Nov
08

Links para hoje | Links for today

This study examines how the world’s largest news organization, the BBC, has sought to incorporate blogging in its journalism, both as a format for new journalistic thinking and as a platform for greater accountability and transparency. The research covers a period of seven years, from 2001 to 2008, when the BBC came under intense scrutiny over its journalism and mechanisms for public accountability. It is based on an analysis of internal and public policy documents produced by the BBC, blog content on BBC and personal websites and the personal recollections of senior editors at the corporation. The findings suggest that the BBC is approaching blogging as a tool to enhance trust with audiences through expanded transparency and accountability, in an attempt to transform its historical elitist attitude towards its audiences. But, at the same time, the BBC is grappling with fitting this online format within its long-established journalism norms and practices, seeking to normalize blogs within existing journalistic frameworks.

download as a PDF

A nationally prominent investor offered a number of penetrating observations the other day about what ails the newspaper business. His rundown is worth a quick read.

:: A monopoly mindset: “The newspaper business basically grew up as a monopoly, and like every other monopoly, it built processes and approaches that reflected its monopoly status.”

: An outmoded concept of news: “When I grew up, the definition of ‘breaking news’ was [the newspaper delivered to] your front door…. Well, that’s not the case anymore. Now, you hit your homepage, now you turn on CNN, or some other news-TV program, and that’s how you find out what the latest news is.”

Politicians, celebrities and company executives are trained and protected. They are coached to avoid making inaccurate or indefensible claims. They pay people to guard them from making gaffes that might come back and haunt them. That makes whatever they say fair game for accurate reporting. By definition, an inexperienced interviewee has no such support or guidance. They don’t always think deeply about how the press works. For example, they may be comfortable speaking frankly and colourfully about a boss, an organisation or a neighbour in conversation with a friendly interviewer. But they may be horrified at the consequence of seeing those remarks in cold print and in a hostile different context.

Anyway, after all the perspective-altering news last week about the economy, reading Jeff Jarvis’s essay on how to cure the ills of the news business was a bit of nostalgia for the good old days and showed me why Jeff has good attendance at his conferences among people who want to believe in The Long Tail, and in the primacy of the 20th century model for news and entertainment, but it was very clear to me why that point of view is now completely irrelevant. Permalink to this paragraph

This is the point of view of news that’s relevant: the point of view of the user of news. Permalink to this paragraph

A user wants to know how he or she is going to get news. Permalink to this paragraph

And when they see lies and BS in the news, they think about how they can get accurate information. Permalink to this paragraph

Durante o mês de novembro apresentei no Comunique-se um curso sobre edição para jornalismo multimídia, a convite do xará André Rosa (vulgo Marmota). Antes de mim, os alunos tiveram palestras com gente bacana: Ana Brambilla, sobre jornalismo colaborativo, o Interney (digo, o Edney), sobre SEO, o próprio Marmota, sobre edição de site, além de outras figuras.

Essa coleção de links é também uma atualização do curso que dei em Belo Horizonte para os Diários Associados. Costumo usar pouco o powerpoint em aulas e apresentações, mostrando muito mais a rede, navegando nos sites ao vivo. Bem, aí está. Sugiro enfaticamente que você tire um tempo para navegar neles, caso já não conheça todos. Bom proveito.

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26
Nov
08

Video: Como fazer uma entrevista em 3 minutos | How to make an interview in 3 minutes

Como fazer | How to
Resultado | Result

Todos nós sabemos como funciona:  é preciso obter e divulgar a informação o mais rápido possível. O tempo no jornalismo é um luxo a que muitas vezes não temos direito. Mas com a polivalência exigida hoje em dia* aos jornalistas como é que se faz tudo bem e depressa?

David Dunkley Gyimah é um dos meus mestres de video favoritos, porque a sua enorme experiência leva-o a abordar o lado prático das coisas. Vejam como ele ensina a fazer uma entrevista em 3 minutos, sem grandes complicações. Ele prometeu publicar esse video, que se juntará aqui mais tarde. Os resultados podem ser vistos no segundo vídeo.

Já agora, leiam as suas ideias sobre como se pode construir uma rede eficaz de video jornalismo entre as grandes publicações nacionais e as locais.

* Hoje em dia- Sim, hoje. Aceitem isso.

We all know how it goes: we have to get the information, edit and publish it as fast as we can.  Time in journalism is a luxury that most of the times can’t simply afford. But with all the multitasking demanded to journalists nowadays* how can we do everything fast and well?

David Dunkley Gyimah is one of my favorite video masters, because his huge experience makes him to have a more pragmatic approach to things. Watch how he teaches to make an interview in just 3 minutes, without much fuss. He promised to publish that video, that will be posted here later.The second video shows the results.

By the way, take a look at his ideas on how an effective video journalism network can be built, between the big news outlets, and local ones.

*Nowadays – Yeah, today. Embrace that.

Investment matters
But there is instruction the newspapers could take to heart, history unfurling a solution worth looking at.
In May 1846 a group of American newspapers pooled their resources to maximise their range, news gathering from Europe.

Back then the Internet was the catalyst, a Victorian Internet – The Telegraph.

So what if now, online news makers pooled their video.

I understand how video made in Cumbria will be specific to that region, but here’s where the VJs rethink more laterally.

The 1st quadrant body of the video could be loose enough to refer to any community. This might give rise to an evolving format, and a new video agency could emerge.

It would foster competition amongst newspaper groups. They’ll become their own arbiters of the content and the politics of aesthetic.

To quote an old MIT maxim: demo or die.

Is the Guardian going hyper local?

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25
Nov
08

Social media: Cobertura das cheias de Sta.Catarina | Sta.Catarina floods coverage

As chuvas que assolaram o estado de Santa Catarina no sul do Brasil são as mais dramáticas de sempre. Os números apontam para dezenas de mortos, e milhares de desalojados.

Um deles é Rogério Christofoletti que nos vai dando algumas informações sobre a situação. Outros sítios para se ir vendo o que se passa fora dos media tradicionais são os blogs Luz e Estilo e o Visão Extra. No Twitter recomendaram-me

De notar que as pessoas se estão a organizar na blogosfera e para além de informar, estão a tentar resolver alguns problemas, como a localização dos desalojados, indicando onde estão neste blog: Blog dos Desabrigados de Itajaí.

Sabem de mais links para acompanhar a situação? É nestas situações que realmente se vê o poder e o potencial dos media sociais e das comunidades.

Para todos os afectados pelas cheias a minha solidariedade.

The strong rains that hit the southern brazilian state of Santa Catarina are already the most dramatic ever. There are dozens of deads, and thousands of homeless people.

One of those is Rogério Christofoletti that posted some information in the situation. There are other sites where we can follow the events outside the MSM coverage,like Luz e Estilo and Visão Extra blogs.@diarinho provides coverage on Twitter.

I must highlight that people are organizing themselves in the blogosphere, and besides delivering information, they’re trying to solve some problems, like the whereabouts of som homeless, making their current location known in this blog: Blog dos Desabrigados de Itajaí.Do you know any other links to follow this situation? It’s in events like this that we can really see the power and the potential of social media and community.

My heart goes out to all of those affected by the floods.

Continue reading ‘Social media: Cobertura das cheias de Sta.Catarina | Sta.Catarina floods coverage’

25
Nov
08

Tempos exponenciais | Exponential Times

There will be more information produced next year than in the last 5.000

Vai ser produzida mais informação no próximo ano do que nos últimos 5.000

Via Reportr.net

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24
Nov
08

Jeff Jarvis: O futuro do jornalismo | The future of news

It’s fair to expect me to put forward scenarios for the future of news. In a sense, that’s all I ever do here, but there’s no one permalink summarizing my apparently endless prognostication. So here is a snapshot of – a strawman for – where I think particularly local news might go. What follows is just a long – I’m sorry – summary of what I’ve written here over time and an extension of the one model I think we need to expand coming out of the conference, where one lesson I took away is that news – on both the content and business side – will no longer be controlled by a single company but will be collaborative.

* The next generation of local (news) won’t be about news organizations but about their communities. News is just one of the community’s needs. It also needs elegant organization. News companies and networks can help provide that. The bigger goal is to provide platforms that enable communities to do what they want to do, share what they want to share, know what they need to know together. News will become a product of the community as much as it is a service to it.

As palavras são de Jeff Jarvis, que neste post junta as suas ideias para o futuro do jornalismo. Para ler e reler com atenção.

These words are by Jeff Jarvis, that in this post gathers his ideas on the future of journalism. To read once and again carefully.

A scenario for news

Continue reading ‘Jeff Jarvis: O futuro do jornalismo | The future of news’

24
Nov
08

Peter Burke em entrevista

Clique para AmpliarPeter Burke é um historiador que se debruça sobre as temáticas da comunicação, e deu uma entrevista ao jornal brasileiro Diário do Nordeste.

Alguns autores falam de um desaparecimento da imprensa, no meio impresso. No entanto, já se falou do desaparecimento da pintura por conta do advento da fotografia; do cinema, por conta da TV. Com o impresso pode se reinventar para sobreviver?

Na minha opinião, o completo desaparecimento da mídia impressa é tão improvável quanto a sua persistência inalterada. Para tomar o modelo do seu exemplo, da pintura e da fotografia, ou o exemplo, na história da comunicação, do manuscrito após a invenção da imprensa, ou do rádio na era da televisão, eu apostaria na sobrevivência do impresso, mas também no declínio de sua importância, associada a uma mudança de função, na qual este se tornaria cada vez mais especializado. É bom pensar a “mídia” no plural, como uma espécie de pacote ou, se preferir, um sistema. Ao se introduzir um novo elemento no sistema, todas suas outras partes, incluindo a divisão do trabalho entre elas, vão se transformar.

Entrevista completa

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22
Nov
08

Links para o fim de semana | Links for the weekend

  1. Be human: Mass media was based on the notion of reaching millions of people with one message. As a result, that message often came across in an impersonal, corporate voice. Social media provides an opportunity to be more personal, informal and conversational.

Alfred Hermida, Reportr.net

The survey found that most people find all the news biased in some way and there were a number of other interesting findings. It’s quite striking, though, that we’re at a point in history where the internet is trusted more than TV and the Radio!

ReadWriteWeb

Here’s another one for that book I’m working on – I’m trying to think: what have been the most significant events in the history of journalism blogging?

  • 1998: The Drudge Report breaks the Monica Lewinsky story. While Drudge denies the site is a blog, it demonstrated how the nimbleness of an online operation could scoop the mainstream media.
  • 2001: September 11 attacks: while news websites collapse under the global demand, a network of blogs pass on news and lists of survivors
  • 2002: Trent Lott forced to resign after apparently pro-segregationist statements made at an event and initially ignored by mainstream media, were picked up and fleshed out by bloggers

Paul Bradshaw, OJB

Saw University of Memphis journalism prof Carrie Brown’s tweet about this. I don’t often link to graduate students’ thesis papers, but this is an elegant read: Journalism-as-a-Conversation: A Concept Explication (Word doc), by Doreen Marchionni, a doctoral student at the University of Missouri-Columbia (which is still turning out the bright ones). Excerpt:

Journalism can’t tell the truth because no one can tell the truth. All journalism can do is preside over and within the conversation of our culture: to stimulate it and organize it, to keep it moving, and to leave a record of it so that other conversations –– art, science, religion –– might have something off which they can feed. The public will begin to reawaken when they are addressed as a conversation partner and are encouraged to join the talk rather than sit passively as spectators before a discussion conducted by journalists and experts.

SocialMedia.biz

The concept approved by the Chronicle’s board calls for:

  • A newsroom for a fully-integrated, multimedia news organization.
  • Adjacent space for a student media incubator.
  • The newsroom would be set in a larger media center, presumably shared by other student and academic groups.
  • A central location so the new building will be at the crossroads of campus life

The background

The plan is the culmination of 18 months of work that began back in Spring 2007, when we learned that we would receive a News Challenge grant from the Knight Foundation. The idea for the project originated back in October 2006 when I was visiting Duke for a Chronicle alumni event. Duke is considering a massive expansion of its campus, and part of that new construction originally included space for a “media center” of some kind. This required The Chronicle, which is independent of the university, to confront some big questions about its future.

Chris O’Brien, Mediashift

Freelance writing certainly has many advantages and can be rewarding too.

It goes without saying that in order to become a freelance writer, you gotta love writing. But you should also consistently work on sharpening your skills. And how do you do that? Reading well-written articles and blogs is a very good start! This can help you write innovative and appealing content.

FreelanceFolder

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21
Nov
08

A vossa marca: CVs, dicas e recursos | Your brand: CVs,resumes, tips and resources

Alexandre Gamela CV

Alexandre Gamela CV (sample)

Então estamos à procura de emprego? Como defendi esta semana, nós somos o nosso próprio produto.  Quer andemos à procura de um emprego fixo ou trabalhar como freelancers, temos que nos destacar da multidão. E como? Criando uma marca própria, que tem duas vertentes essenciais: aspecto e conteúdo. O curriculo com o melhor design do mundo não vai longe se não tiver um bom recheio = trabalho de qualidade.

CV

Mas vamos começar pelo início. Primeiro é preciso saber duas coisas: o que sabemos fazer e o que queremos fazer. Façam listas de tudo que tenha sido relevante para a vossa formação, experiência profissional, e competências sociais. Os modelos de currículos normalmente têm uma série de items que valem a pena seguir para estruturar toda essa informação, mas, especialmente na área de comunicação, acho que vale a pena personalizar a coisa.

Os ingleses e os americanos usam mais o modelo de resume, que acho mais eficaz. Podem criar o vosso online nestes dois sites: Emurse.com e Razumé. Pelo menos podem perceber como arrumar a vossa informação.

Se quiserem dar um toque mais visual ao vosso currículo, e se não tiverem grande jeito para as artes gráficas, usem a vossa rede de contactos. O meu (ainda inacabado) currículo foi criado por uma amiga minha que é arquitecta da LangdonReisZahn (grande Anita!!) em troca de um press release.Já agora digam o que acham, ainda preciso de o melhorar.

Ou então podem usar como fonte de inspiração algumas propostas que há na net: eu vi muito estes -36 Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work e 38 More Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work ou então vejam os da concorrência, há sempre alguém com uma boa ideia, ou sempre  se pode aprender com os erros dos outros.

Outra coisa que acho fundamental é mostrar trabalho. Lá por causa de estarem desempregados não quer dizer que não produzam. Usem os blogs, escrevam, mostrem as vossas fotos, os vossos sites, os vossos designs. Aprendam com os outros. O Google é o princípio da vossa formação caseira, e as propinas são a mensalidade de net. O que produzirem passa a ser parte do vosso portfolio, por isso esmerem-se no que fazem. Aliás, a vossa presença online pode ser determinante no processo de selecção.

PRESENÇA ONLINE

Estamos todos à distância de um clique. Por isso é necessário manter a nossa presença online saudável. O António Dias tem um blog que aborda especificamente este assunto e oferece um Guia para Gestão da Reputação Online, em .pdf . Mas essa gestão é feita todos os dias: no Twitter, nas redes sociais, nos comentários a outros blogs. É muito fácil passar a ideia errada, por isso mais vale tentar ter uma presença positiva na web. Googlem o vosso nome e tirem as vossas conclusões.Usem essas ferramentas online para expandir a vossa rede de contactos, para além do Twitter recomendo um bom perfil profissional no Facebook e no LinkedIn.

PROCURAR

Agora que já têm a vossa informação ordenada e com bom aspecto, e são poucas as fotos que vos comprometem, está na hora de melhorar a vossa procura de emprego. Em Portugal há um site dedicado à área da comunicação,  o cargadetrabalhos.net mas é sempre bom diversificar, e ver noutros sites. E falem com os vossos amigos para estarem atentos a qualquer oportunidade de trabalho que vos assente. Façam auto-propostas às empresas onde gostariam de trabalhar, o pior que vos pode acontecer é enviarem o vosso CV para o lixo.

DICAS

Enquanto esperamos pela chamada para uma entrevista, podemos sempre ir criando mais trabalho, e melhorando o nosso CV. Há muitos sites que têm sempre boas ideias para o dia a dia de um freelancer (palavra fina para desempregado), mas eu gosto destes: o Lifehacker, que tem muitos artigos para freelancers, e para quem procura emprego. Recentemente descobri esta lista que me parece muito interessante – 101 Recursos Essenciais para o Freelancer. Mas há muitos mais, e se puderem, partilhem connosco.

MUNDO REAL

O que eu recomendo (mas nunca o faço) é ir bater às portas e falar directamente com as pessoas. É mais complicado porem o CV no lixo à nossa frente.Se trabalharam para alguém antes não falem mal deles. O último empregador é sempre a melhor referência e deverá ser alguém que esteja satisfeito com o nosso trabalho. Falem com as pessoas, online e offline, encontrem-se com amigos que trabalham no meio que vocês querem entrar.E acima de tudo, se puderem evitar estes passos todos e ter alguém que vos ponha a trabalhar, usem-no.

Têm mais algumas ideias sobre o assunto? É para isso que está a caixa de comentários abaixo. Obrigado.

Alexandre Gamela é escritor, jornalista freelancer e blogger, e está entre empregos neste momento. Se  o quiserem  conhecer mais o seu trabalho, vejam o seu CV e entrem em contacto com ele.

So, we’re looking for a job? Like i defended before this week, we are our own product. Wether we are looking for a steady job or just another gig as a freelancer, we have to find a way to stand out from the crowd. And how? By creating our own brand, that has two essential principles : looks and content. The world’s best designed resume won’t do you any good unless it has some yummy content = some decent quality work.

CV

But lets start at the beginning. First we must know two things: what we know and what we want to do. Write down a list with the relevant stuff for your education, professional experience, and social competences. There are resume models structured in items that may help you to gather all that information, but, especially in this communication related business, i believe we can make a more personal presentation.

The British and the Americans use the more effective (in my opinion) resume model, instead of the CV. You can create your own at these two websites: Emurse.com and Razumé. At least you get to understand how to manage your information.

If you wish to give a more visual touch to your resume, and you’re not that good at the visual arts, use your contact network. My (still unfinished) resume was designed by a friend of mine, who’s an architect of LangdonReisZahn (rock on Anita!!!) in exchange for a press release. Since we’re at it, tell me what you think, it needs some improving still.

Or you can use as an inspiration source some proposals that are hanging around in the web: i went through these 36 Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work and 38 More Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work, or check your competition out, there’s always someone with a good idea, or we can learn from other people’s mistakes.

Another thing that i find essential is to show some work. Just because you’re unemployed it doesn’t mean you are not working. Use your blogs, write, show your pictures, your websites, your design. Learn from others. Google is the starting point of your home schooling, and the tuition go as high as your internet connection bill. What you produce will become a part of your portfolio, so put some love in what you do. In fact, your web presence can be a determinant factor in the course of a selection process.

ONLINE PRESENCE

We all are only a click away. So it is extremely important to keep a healthy online presence. There are lots of guides regarding this subject online, so waste some time searching and reading them, look for online reputation management. But that management is done everyday : at Twitter, in social networks, when leaving comments in other people’s blogs. It is very easy to pass on a wrong idea, so you might as well make some effort to create a positive presence on the web. Google your own name and take your conclusions. Use those online tools to expand your contact network, and besides Twitter i recommend a good professional profile at Facebook and LinkedIn.

SEARCHING

Now that you have your info in order and looking sharp, and there aren’t that many photos of you in compromising situations online, it is time to improve your job search. There are many specialized job websites, directed to journalists, designers, communicators. Use them, sign them up, but don’t forget to diversify and visit other mainstream job websites. and talk to your friends, make them aware for any opportunity that might interest you. Send your CV to a company where you’d like to work, eve if they’re not hiring, the worst it can happen is to send your resume into the trashcan.

TIPS

So, while you’re waiting for that interview call, we can always create more work, and improve our resume. There are lots of good websites filled with good ideas for freelancers (which is a fancy word for unemployed), but i like these: Lifehacker, that has lots of articles for freelancers, and job seekers. Recently i found this list that looks quite interesting – 101 Essential Freelancing Resources. But there are many more and if you know others, share them with us.

REAL WORLD

What i recommend (but never do) is go knocking some doors and talk to people face to face. It’s harder for them to ditch our resume to the trashcan. If you worked for somebody before don’t speak bad of them. The last person who hired us must be our best reference and must be happy about our work. Talk to people, online and offline, get in touch with friends that work in what do you want to work. And above all, if can skip all this procedure and know someone who can give the job like that, use them.

Do you have any more ideas on this? That’s what the comment box below is all about. Thanks.

Alexandre Gamela is a writer, freelance journalist and blogger, and is currently between jobs. If you want to know him and his work, check his resume and  get in touch with him.

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