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Why Customer Engagement Matters

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You’ve probably heard it said that customers are 10 times more likely to share a negative experience with their network than a positive one.  The customer’s voice carries, whether they’re advising friends and family on which companies they should and shouldn’t patronize or penning product or service reviews online.  And…

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Demand for Creatives on the Rise

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Employers in the creative disciplines are doing well, which is especially great news for staff and job seekers in the field, and particularly for those pursuing positions in social media, media services and brand or product management.  According to an end-of-year survey by The Creative Group, a leader among creative…

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Social Media in HR

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Well over half of companies plan to increase their use of social media this year, and these days, using this tool effectively means you’re capable of far more than tracking status updates. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Infographic courtesy of Success Factors and BLR.

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LinkedIn vs. the Resume

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If you’re not already using LinkedIn as a key part of your recruiting methods, it’s time to start.  An article published Monday on Recruiter.com suggests that the resume is out and LinkedIn has taken its place.  We’re not altogether convinced, but the argument is compelling.  For starters, LinkedIn is more…

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Social Media: Cautionary Tales

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We’re all certainly entitled to our opinions and equally as free to share them, but that freedom to speak (or post or tweet) doesn’t necessarily equal freedom from consequences.  The Web is flush with stories of disgruntled employees who have spoken their minds about their employers or about unfortunate situations…

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