Who to follow – and not to follow – on Twitter During my introductory class on the basics of Twitter, almost every client asks me, “How do I get followers?” I try to explain that the question really should be, “Who should I follow on twitter?” While your followers ARE
If you are a job seeker, I highly recommend networking actively to get the word out and aggressively checking for listings in all media. But when it comes to LinkedIn VS Classified Ads for job search, LinkedIn is the clear winner.
Did you know that: By the end of 2013, there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people. (1) 56% of American adults are now smartphone owners. (2) 28% of Internet usage comes from a mobile phone. (3)
When you first create a personal profile on LinkedIn, they will assign you a URL, a web address, for your page. It usually looks like your name, with hyphens instead of spaces between your first and last names and then a series of random looking numbers and letters.
When you first create a Business Page on Facebook, your URL (your page’s web address) will look something like this: It will have the name you chose plus a series of random numbers and letters – not something you can easily remember or share!