Google: This doesn't just mean getting any Googlers you might know to invite you down to the Googleplex for pasta fagoogle and organic argoogla salad. In today's job market, the first page of search results for your name is more important than your resume. Check that your home page, projects page, and resume page are all valid HTML and up to date. Fix any broken links, make a sitemap, and sign up for Google Webmaster Tools, to get Google to notify you of any problems crawling your site. Of course, you'll need to build some Google juice for your name, so get your home page URL out on the net-the easiest way is to put it in your email .signature and post to a well-linked user group list-, and you'll be a step closer to passing the "Google Sniff Test" from prospective employers.