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Tag Archives: Twitter
Why are you using social media? Is it because you think every other business out there is benefitting from something you’re not doing? Is it because you think your reputation is suffering? Or, do you even know? Social media is … Continue reading →
This blog was a joint effort between Robert Caruso, CEO of BundlePost and myself. The original post is located at the BundlePost blog. It was a pleasure working with you Robert. ——————————————————————————————- Recently, I got into an interesting Twitter conversation with a friend of … Continue reading →
Wow, it was so refreshing to see Twitter come out with a fun if dorky recruiting video. The people in recruiting and in that company get it. People want to work with a fun and successful company, not a bunch … Continue reading →
Last night as I was catching up on Twitter, I came across a post by @MarenHogan on #TCHAT where she made a hilarious tweet about social media swingers. As I have always admired the brilliance of Maren Hogan, I responded back … Continue reading →
These tips seem really simple and they are. Doing them properly without venturing out into the land of “lack of tact” or “stupidity” is another. Stick to these simple tips and your life on Twitter will be so much easier. … Continue reading →
Although I only started blogging in October of this past year, it’s been a bit of a whirlwind with some great support from my Twitter, LinkedIn and blog followers. Thank you. Here were my top 5 posts. 1. What I … Continue reading →
A question I often get asked is the following: “Is Twitter a good place for me to search for jobs? My answer is usually that it’s not the best at finding great new opportunities but that it is invaluable in … Continue reading →