Tag: LinkedIn

Reviewing job seekers resumes at ye olde workplace

LinkedIn Jobseeking

Are you job seeking, job hunting, searching for jobs? If so, then LinkedIn should be your new best friend. But there is a lot more to LinkedIn Jobseeking than just clicking on the “Jobs” link and searching for work in your desired field and location. Start Early What does “early” look like. Let me put it this way… if you…

LinkedIn for nonprofits, charities, and NGOs

LinkedIn for Nonprofits

Is LinkedIn a useful tool for nonprofit organizations? It’s pretty much a “no-brainer” for self-employed professionals, job seekers, employers, and corporations seeking to engage with people who are actively seeking to expand their career growth networks. But what about non-profits and charities? Is there a place for them on LinkedIn too? ABSOLUTELY! LinkedIn represents a fabulous networking and engagement opportunity for…

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The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma

Social Media and the Entrepreneur For the entrepreneur, solopreneur, or sole practitioner, it often seems that business life is divided into two phases. Either we have a lot of work (and sometimes money) but zero time – or – we don’t have enough work or money to invest in marketing initiatives (like social media) that will bring in more money.…

Jobseeking

Jobseeking and Blogging

There is a lot to think about while we are looking for a job. Jobseeking is a tough job. It’s a world of resumes and rejection letters, of occasional interviews, and too much insecurity—and too many “helpful” people offering too much “useful” advice! For most people, social media seems to serve mostly as a time wasting distraction from the real…

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Social Media Account Management

What is “Social Media Account Management”? Essentially, a social media account manager, or management service, looks after the social media needs of an organization. That service comes at a cost to the organization, and will nearly always include at least Twitter and Facebook. Larger organizations will have greater needs, and specialized organizations will have special needs. The following quote offers…

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