Tag Archives: social media

19 Reasons You Should Hire Me

January 2, 2015


The cover letter/resume combo pack is a tedious relic, providing only the factual framework of a person’s accomplishments and features. Of course, most of the time, this is no indication of whether or not the person will be a good fit for your team. Some of this “fit” is really about identifiable characteristics like “outgoing” […]

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Can Social Media Ease the Shame of Being a Domestic Violence Victim?

August 13, 2014


I am laid bare. And it has liberated me from a whole host of shame.

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The Two Biggest Challenges Faced By Social Media Marketers [SURVEY REPORT]

July 26, 2014


Originally posted on BundlePost:
As we continue our series from the survey we conducted on social media marketing, the question of overall challenges is the focus. We asked hundreds of social media marketers, agencies and brands what are the two biggest challenges they face with their social media marketing efforts. We were somewhat surprised by…

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Study: Teens Aren’t Fleeing Facebook After All

June 25, 2014


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“Getting” the Internet: The CDC and the Zombie Apocalypse

May 26, 2014


Originally posted on The One Stop Curiosity Shop:
When people think of social media jobs, they might consider pop-culture commentary and corporate representation – but what about social media in public service? Last week, the Center of Disease Control’s (CDC) Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response used a darkly fictional twist – and a keen…

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Video About Social Media Ruining Our Lives Goes Viral Thanks to Social Media

May 5, 2014



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Being Still Makes Me Dizzy

April 3, 2014


Setting Recently, I went to Townsend, Tennessee (about a mile from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park) and had a bit of a retreat with six women – one I hadn’t met, one I’d only met on Facebook and the rest I’ve known for 15+ years. The cabin was breathtaking and it seems I needed […]

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Twitter Thoughts, April 2014

April 3, 2014


Whatever I see a lot of people obsessing about Twitter these days, with particular emphasis on who one should follow, or not follow, and why. Occasionally these conversations touch on me, sometimes as an positive example, and sometimes not (such as the random person purporting to be a writer attempting to lecture me on not […]

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Why Netizens are in Conflict with Social Media

March 27, 2014

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Originally posted on Plato on-line:
Social Media Finishes Dead Last In ACSI Study Of Website Experiences For 34 Industries ‘…Not that surprising, since lots of people use social media as a place to complain about bad service, etc. from companies. Also, some social media sites (ahem) behave in a pretty draconian way when it comes…

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A Yell-y Mommy’s Lament; the I’m a Horrible Mother Edition

November 6, 2013


CTFD. Calm the Fuck Down.  It is a mantra I could’ve used the last two weeks. My husband’s mother passed away in Ireland at 96 – peacefully. He flew home and was gone for 12 days. He made a trip home last December for 10 days, so I assumed my experience would be similar. It […]

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