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The fact that you’re on Personal Branding Blog right now means you’re already ahead of the curve differentiating yourself for career success. And all of us contributors are thankful for you taking the time to hear what we have to say – and applying our knowledge to your life to boost your career. The next step is to stay connected to the latest this community has to offer, beyond the blog.

272955234_d19a467e6dTwitter. With nearly 10k Tweets at the time of this writing, @danschawbel on Twitter pushes out more content about personal branding than anyone I’ve ever come across: interviews, articles, tips, questions, research, quotes and everything in between. If you want to keep up with the latest trends, you need to follow Dan on Twitter.

Delicious. With nearly 2k bookmarks at the time of this writing, Dan’s public bookmarks on Delicious are a constant source of excellent articles about social networking, social media, personal marketing, the economy, the job search, industry research, etc. Bookmark his page, browse through his tag cloud and learn something that can make you a more effective careerist.

312826526_d6a0590398SlideShare. Dan posts his live presentations on SlideShare. If you’ve ever been to one of his events, or simply want to see what he talks about, head to his SlideShare page and view his presentations.

YouTube. If you haven’t already, check out Dan Schawbel’s Personal Branding Station on YouTube. It has presentations, interviews, predictions, and other videos about personal branding. Don’t forget to subscribe to the channel to stay up to date.

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Pete Kistler is a leading Online Reputation Management expert for Generation Y, a top 5 finalist for Entrepreneur Magazine’s College Entrepreneur of 2009, one of the Top 30 Definitive Personal Branding Experts on Twitter, a widely read career development blogger, and a Judge for the 2009 Personal Brand Awards. Pete manages strategic vision for Brand‐Yourself.com, the first online reputation management platform for job applicants, named one of the Top 100 Most Innovative College Startups in the U.S.