Identify every option available to keep your name in front of potential employers. You are your own marketing director.
#3: NETWORK, NETWORK, NETWORK!
Much of marketing yourself should be done face to face. Sign up for things like LinkedIn and Facebook. Find mixers and meet and greets for organizations in your field. Churches, friends and even your own family can be important contacts.
#4: TAILOR YOUR EFFORTS
Since you're working eight hours a day to find a job, you have time to make your resume and job hunting efforts unique to every job you're applying for. If you get an interview, research the company. That knowledge will make you interview better. And don't be afraid to apply to companies with no openings.
"Employers that want to stay on top of the game are always looking for every position in the office," says Eric Konoff of Claus Temporaries of America.
#5: CHECK OUT TEMPS AND RECRUITERS
Finally, check out those temp agencies and recruiters. They may help you develop leads you've never even thought of.