Tweet Share Share +1 Pin EmailThe biggest benefit that Brazen Careerist provides is the ability to meet and connect with other young professionals from all over the world. Making those connections and continuing the relationship both on the site and

The biggest benefit that Brazen Careerist provides is the ability to meet and connect with other young professionals from all over the world. Making those connections and continuing the relationship both on the site and off, can lead to new jobs, new businesses and even new friendships. We just released two new features that make it easier for you to make these connections; top users and popular groups.

The top user’s page features the most active users on the site. As a Brazen Careerist member, the more you network, share ideas and bring value to the conversation, the more valuable you become to other members on the site. With the release of this feature, active users are now rewarded for the value they provide, and other members can easily find and connect with these people to grow their network and learn how they can use Brazen Careerist to build their personal networks.

The other feature we rolled out is popular groups. The active groups with the most members will be featured on this page. Participating in groups is the best way to build your personal brand and grow your network on Brazen Careerist, but because there are so many groups, it can be tough to find the right ones for you. Now, you can glance at our most popular groups, join the ones you’re interested in and ignore the ones you’re not; without wasting your time on the inactive groups.

We hope these new pages will give the site even more depth and more engagement. If you start to notice more people becoming your fan, you’re probably one of our featured top users! If you’re not a top user, but think you have what it takes, send a private message to one of our community managers, Ryan Paugh or James Moreau.

Also, if you have a group that you think can rival the likes of Social Media Marketers, Nonprofiteers or Personal Development, connect with James or Ryan to learn how you can grow your group membership.

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  1. Deadhedge

    I accidently found this blog and was intrigued by the Top User list. It would be great if you could put these posts on the featured blogger list or prominantly display this blog like Veritas is in a separate section.

    I am curious about the formula for Top User. I am sure that you don’t want to share it otherwise people will game the system but I would be interested in the components. For example, do you get credit for a featured post, fans and following, or is it mainly comment driven?

  2. Ryan Healy

    Deadhedge – Good point, we should do some more promotion of these posts. I’m a big fan of this feature and I think it can really help the community. Right now, the top user list is a combination of all things you mentioned. At the end of the day it is a gut call, but all those factors are taken into account. That said, the biggest factor is if you have been active recently. People who haven’t left a comment in the past few weeks will quickly fall off the list!

    Ryan

  3. Mühendis

    Thanks for this articles… I think, other engineer friends may be reading this…

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