Tag Archives: social media

Is Losing My Job the End of The World?

By Kimberly MacMillan Candidates often call us right after they have been let go and one of the first things they ask me is if anyone will ever hire them again if they’ve been fired. In a nutshell – yes – especially if you have a solid work history prior to the employer that fired you. So if you’ve found ...

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How to Get More Video Shares

By Steven Washer Getting lots of video views is bunk. Getting lots of qualified views is priceless. And the best way to get qualified views is for others to share your video. The problem is that we do kind of a half-hearted version of this when we really should be throwing ourselves into the job. But what does that actually ...

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30 Unbelievable Images From the Polar Vortex

By Renee DeCoskey There’s no denying that it’s cold outside. In fact, “cold” is an understatement for some parts of the US, where the polar vortex is causing negative temperatures paired with vicious windchill factors. Some who were brave enough to venture outside captured some stunning photos and other interesting images. College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina You might not ...

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Millennials: Are You Protecting Your Purpose?

By Tru Pettigrew I’ve talked a lot about “Purpose” over the last year. I think it’s important that we all find and walk in our individual purpose. There is no greater feeling than knowing that you’re living out your purpose. It’s unfortunate, but way too many people never get to do what they were meant to do with their lives. ...

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“Pay to play”: How Facebook Is Screwing Over Content Marketers

By Jonathan Rose “Merry Christmas, content marketers – give me your money” For those who missed it, Facebook’s unrequited Christmas present to content marketers this year was a troubling announcement stating there were going to be some changes around town: Because the content in News Feed is always changing, and we’re seeing more people sharing more content, Pages will likely ...

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2014 predictions from the New York tech community

By Jacob Ajwani 2013 turned out to be a monumental year for ecommerce. Twitter, Rocket Fuel and Criteo IPOed. Online sales closed at record highs, with more and more transactions taking place by consumers on smartphones and tablets. Overstock.com committed to become one of the early adaptors of Bitcoin as a method of payment. And in an economy traditionally dominated ...

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Check In to Your Web Site

By Debi Lewis Imagine that you are entering a fabulously beautiful hotel. The regally arched ceilings are painted in gold and bronze, and large crystal chandeliers hang in even spacing along the entire length. Plush, velvet chairs and couches surround a fireplace at one end of the lobby, and a sumptuous bar with high-backed leather stools is visible to your ...

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Is Your Home Page Design Enticing Enough?

By Pragati Bidkar They say first impressions matter! For someone visiting your website, your home page is that first impression. And you need to convey the maximum information in a memorable manner so that people visiting your website are hooked in and compelled to spend some more time looking at what you offer. Is your home page design enticing enough ...

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Indoor Google Maps: where does it work best?

By Ben Davis If you weren’t aware, Google does indoor maps. If you were aware, you may not have known of the extent of the buildings that have been mapped already. You can view a list of over 10,000 buildings that have been mapped, here. Users can upload their own building plans, as long as the building in question is ...

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