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Q: How do I get more views on my profile from schools or recruiters without paying to boost my profile?

2 weeks 6 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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 How it looks, you're gonna be overlook here despite yer well honed shi-lls  und expertise ...

 

Doesn't matter what, we're all happy you were successful and get so many offers.

 

Now, I was thinking (  hard, mind you!), you have two of them job offers extra.

 

Would you, please share them with us, so we might land a job, too ...? enlightened

 

Much appreciated! broken heart

 

P.S.

 

 broken heart Narrator:

"Londiwe Tamara had finally sunk to the bottom of them Shill-is China Sea." enlightened

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 You mean, how to get a free lunch-eon ...? 

 

I'd say, there's not too big interest in China to hire new foreign teachers from abroad as it was few years ago (approx. until 2017), so even if you'll pay for the boost, there won't be that big difference in number of views, IMO.

Robotic education, i.e. artificial intelligence already in some schools in China or in other wordz, any kind of a teacher nearly free of charge ...

 

In my time, looking for a new position in China, I've had a bit different approach ...

Since, I ain't using Windows OS on my puter, my files hadn't been compatible with this website, and I've never posted my CV here.

I've contacted Schools directly. As soon as I spotted their job advert. I look for the School over the web search, got School's contact details and sent them my CV directly to their email address.

I've also held few very good recruiter contacts on Skype, who knew what I was looking for and posted new, suitable job openings straight to my Skype handle.

 

Good lucky!

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You should maybe post sumtin' like this:

 

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/Eramxtk4XQU

 

Short stream's title:

"How far will you go for social media views?"

... with lassiest reporter Molly Gambhir .. 

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 How it looks, you're gonna be overlook here despite yer well honed shi-lls  und expertise ...

 

Doesn't matter what, we're all happy you were successful and get so many offers.

 

Now, I was thinking (  hard, mind you!), you have two of them job offers extra.

 

Would you, please share them with us, so we might land a job, too ...? enlightened

 

Much appreciated! broken heart

 

P.S.

 

 broken heart Narrator:

"Londiwe Tamara had finally sunk to the bottom of them Shill-is China Sea." enlightened

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