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The Most Unused Feature on Social Media

“Do you want to know why I don’t use Twitter?” “I don’t have time to read hundreds and hundreds of tweets.” — Stop right there. When was it stated that to use social media effectively you had to consume every bit of it? Let’s take a second to think about this – literally one second. […]


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5 Reasons to Attend the 2015 Digital Media Summit

One question you hear a lot in digital media has to do with advice: in a world where over 100,000 Twitter accounts identify themselves as “social media gurus”, how do you know who to listen to? The answer is to stop looking to individuals who boast their expertise, and focus instead on gatherings of professionals. […]


The Top 3 Mistakes You See on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful tool when used properly. I’ve helped recruit from the platform and I’ve been approached on the site as well. The biggest limitation LinkedIn has is its users. In our world so saturated with social networks, it’s understandable how one can mix up the purpose of each, or just enable a […]

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How Guys Are Using LinkedIn To Find Something Other Than Jobs 9

Picture this: An individual of the opposite sex views your LinkedIn profile. He or she may be a recruiter and they work for a Fortune 500 company. Shortly after viewing you, they send a request to connect. This is it. My hard work and self-promotion are finally paying off, I’m being recognized, valued and sought […]