The Conquest of LinkedIn – Meeting Offline
Conquering LinkedIn and taking it all offline.
A Look at Employer Access to Employee Passwords Employee passwords have become a new battleground. Because this issue has begun to crop up, and it will only continue to do so. So does your employer have a right to your social media passwords? So before you reflexively say no, hold the phone. Because the truth […]
Supporting Indie Authors Supporting Indie Authors – do you do it? I am published, and one issue that comes up, time and again, concerns how people can go about supporting indie authors. In particular, friends and family far removed from the business of writing or social media or public relations or marketing or the like still […]
When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms? Timing, as you might expect, is everything when it comes to posting on social media platforms. After all, if you, say, tweet when your audience is sleeping, they won’t see your tweet. It’ll be lost in the mountain of […]
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook is a bit too cleverly named, but the premise is an interesting one. Essentially, what Gary Vaynerchuk is saying is, little bits of content and engagement which reach your potential customers are the setup for the big finish (which is not really […]
The Top 10 Pet Peeves About Job Seeking Pet Peeves? I got ’em. Adventures in Career Changing means, well, a lot of job applications. Beyond networking, education and research, there are just sometimes some forms to fill out. I have filled out – I have no idea how many. And they come as a bit […]
Social Media Karma What is the Karmic Wheel? I was once contacted by a friend, Phil Butler, to write an article for the Examiner. Now, Phil and I had known each other for a few years. We met through LinkedIn. We have never actually seen each other, in person. He’s not even on the same continent […]