Tag : social networking

Looking to hire?

Are you looking for the perfect candidate to fill an open position at your company? The same old recruitment not generating worthy candidates?

Try using LinkedIn! Reports show that LinkedIn has over 60 million professional profiles scanning over 200 countries. I’d say that qualifies it as a resourceful place to look.

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Facebook Adds Community Pages

In addition to the page and the group page, Facebook now has community pages.

This function will separate the brands and businesses from pages like MY SISTER SAID IF I GET ONE MILLION FANS SHE WILL NAME HER BABY MEGATRON, and  I hate it when I flex and my shirt rips.

If the community

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“I don’t get Twitter”

written by Adam Cupples (@ACupples)

If you guys haven’t noticed, I’m a Twitter fan.  It’s been useful for me personally and professionally.  I think it’s entertaining and helpful.  I’ve been known to jump to its defense when I hear the commonly uttered phrase, “I don’t get Twitter.”

My common defenses:  you can meet new

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Are you LinkedIn?

Social networking sites are on the raise.  Now that it has become essential to stay connected to not only friends and family but also business partners and associates, LinkedIn offers the best means for doing so. With over 55 million registered users worldwide, it allows you to maintain a list of contact

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Social Media–Phase II???

ADAM here:

On Tuesday, I had the opportunity to speak about the importance of Social Media and Web Presence at the South Shore Chamber of Commerce Expo with Lisa Morrissey.

We shook things up a bit — instead of sharing my usual pearls of wisdom for an hour, we broke into a

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Dear Brand Manager,

Two words evoke the essence of your responsibility: Trust Agent. Not because Chris Brogan and Julien Smith say so, but rather from your customers calling for it.

Here’s the dirty little secret so-called social networking “experts” don’t want you to know: “US consumers are most interested in brands

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