Social Media as a business function is fun, sure, but there’s much more to it. You have to show results and how it affects the bottom line–just like everyone else. Brian Solis originally shared this, so I’m reblogging: Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media.
I decided to write this blog post (or essentially have friends and colleagues write their experiences for me) to learn about something I have never done before: a group interview. With my current job hunt always on my mind, I thought I might need to prepare myself for unfamiliar situations. Luckily, I’ve prepared the responses I gathered in this blog post so we can … Read More How to Own a Group Interview
As students, our education serves many purposes- but let’s cut to the chase. We’re all looking for jobs, and an agency tour is one of the best (and probably my favorite) way to get insightful advice and find out what the real world does outside of our classroom settings. If you know me, then you know I’m a huge advocate for an organization that … Read More Joint ‘Ad’venture: 7 Tips from an Agency
What you already know: Social Media is changing the way people interact. So many people have dreams of becoming the next big website to compete with Facebook; yet sometimes you can’t predict what exactly will go viral. One thing Facebook is lacking; however, is the ability to connect within your community. Local businesses and neighbors might be on the website but there isn’t much … Read More Do You Really Know Your Neighbors? The Social Networking Site That’s Making A Splash
Every website has different photo dimensions and rules to what you can adjust on their website. They need all pages to look similar so the site is easy to recognize but that leaves little to the imagination. How can each of us show our personality or our brands if we’re only given so much space to do it? Well, we probably will never get … Read More How to Customize Your Social Profile in 2012