Beyond Imagining Issue 10

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There’s you, and then there’s the digital you.

The first exists in three dimensions. You attend in-person interviews for jobs. You give presentations to demonstrate your expertise and speak about your work at conferences. You host events and hold positions on panels. You go on dates. You’re a very physical being in a very physical world.

The second exists in two dimensions. It is the version of you that people find when they type your name into Google, LinkedIn or Facebook. It’s the representation of you that exists on Twitter or TikTok. It’s your Tinder profile. It’s your digital presence in a digital world.

For decades, having a footprint in both worlds has been critical for any kind of self-promotion, whether professional or personal. But the digital space – purely because of the opportunities it affords to scale public knowledge of who you are and what you do – has become indispensable. Of course, this means that it has also become increasingly cluttered and competitive.

How then, if in-person engagements to a limited audience aren’t enough, and amid all the noise of cyberspace, do you promote yourself? How do you stand out from the rest?

Here, in our latest edition of Beyond Imagining, we take a look.

Beyond Imagining Issue 10


Your personal information:
Why it matters and how to keep it safe

If you’re using the internet to actively promote yourself or your business, there’s some information that you want…

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Job hunting: How to make the best virtual impression

As businesses around the world embody remote and hybrid working structures, it’s becoming more and more common…

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Tips for managing your personal brand

Whether you’re looking to establish yourself as an influencer, an entrepreneur, an expert in your field, or a business…

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Can entrepreneurship exist without the internet?

There is absolutely no doubt that entrepreneurship can exist without the internet.

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How to use social media successfully

If you’re working to promote the digital you, there’s no doubt that social media should be a critical part of your strategy.

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What is the future of online dating?

For years, technological innovations have played a major role in helping to meet the needs of people with disabilities.

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An online academic profile: What is it and why is it important?

The academic world is hugely competitive and, difficult though it may be for people whose natural habitat is to be buried in books,,,

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The latest trends in digital self-promotion

As you consistently seek to reinvent and represent your professional and personal selves in the digital world…

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