The search giant has done it again. We are witnessing a fundamental shift in the way we will interact with search. The news around the web today is the Real Time Search functionality from Google. For those of you who are getting on the boat late, which means 24 hours after it was launched, let
Many of you out there may have noticed that there was an upgrade to tweet deck today that enables you to do some cool new stuff with your twitter followers. Here are two quick ways to use the new features to establish your personal brand and build stronger, more meaningful connections. 1) Connect with your
I hope that everyone is enjoying our interview series about professionals getting jobs because of their proactive use of social media! Today I have the honor of introducing you to Gwen Darling who has a very interesting, unique and inspiring story of how she got a job offer because of LinkedIn. In this story you
To continue with our series on job seekers getting jobs through social media, I would like to introduce you to Mark Cummuta. I found Mark via Twitter and found out subsequently that he received his latest job offer because of Twitter. Coincidence? I think not! What’s your background and how did you first get started
To continue with our series on people getting jobs via social media, I give you Hans Mestrum. Below are a few questions I asked him to get a more in-depth look into how social media landed him a job. To make this story even sweeter, I come across him on Twitter. What is your background,
Every day, an increasing number of job applicants get hired through social media rather than the traditional apply-blind-with-a-resume route. Over 83% of employers go online to get more information about potential applicants, so it’s essential to have a strong web presence and social networking skills. It was no surprise when I found out that Doug
Friends, followers, wall-posts, notes, blogs and messages– all familiar terms of social media websites and now, terms used in the classroom. More and more school teachers and professors are using social media as a way to communicate with their students. One website in particular that is being used in many college settings is called Ning.