Category: Twitter

Mar 07

How to Engage and Learn From Twitter Chats

Have you ever wanted to get a glimpse at “the making of” a job search chat on Twitter? The decision that we made (a little bit me and a lot of Steve Levy and Cyndy Trivella) to move Open Mic Career Chat (#OMCchat) to Friday at Noon happened because we had good metrics on that …

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Mar 05

The Tangled Dynamics of Twitter Chat Advice

I am a regular on Twitter chat events and have been a participant, moderator and guest host on many of them. My latest endeavor is through a partnership with two scions of the Twittersphere, Cyndy Trivella (@CyndyTrivella) and Steve Levy (@LevyRecruits) in the Open Mic Career Chat (#OMCchat). Our objective in hosting this weekly chat… …

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Apr 28

From the Archives of Make HR Happen – Those Times We Talked About Twitter

When anyone asks me the open ended question, “Where do you live?” the most correct answer would probably be “On Twitter.” While I am probably not as addicted to this platform as some other people I have seen, it is the knee-jerk go-to place to meet with friends, colleagues and clients. If social media is …

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Apr 25

Networking: The Job Search Imperative

So, you think spending a few minutes applying to jobs through a job board is a complete job search plan? Think again. Job boards are still a valuable part of the process, but the usefulness of this approach is trending downward. Three years ago almost 25% of new hires came from the boards, last year …

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Mar 11

Philanthropy of Experience

Everyone has some unique experience to share with the world. This is not because of their individual worth because even those living under a rock can sometimes show us the pathway to bettering ourselves. We hear the term “pay it forward” and live in a world that has given us the ability to do exactly …

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