Anyone With a Facebook or Twitter Should Read This Article

18 Social Media Slip-Ups That Will Get You Fired

Depending on when you started your job, social media may or may not have been a part of everyday life. But it sure is now. In a recent Jobvite study, 92% of recruiters said they are using or plan to use social media in their hiring process…….

To read more go to:
http://mashable.com/2012/07/30/social-media-fired/

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Why Aren’t You Hearing Back After Applying? A Must Read For Job Seekers!

5 Reasons Why You Never Hear Back After Applying For A Job

To My Fellow College Grads & General Job Seekers:

I found this article super helpful! Some experts say that you need to apply to at least 400 jobs right out of school to get a good amount of offers back. After applying to what feels like millions of jobs, it can be pretty discouraging when you don’t hear back from even half of the recruiters or hiring managers. So, that being said, take a few of these reasons and soak them up. After reading this, you may get a little bit inspired.

With WordAds, My Nintendo News Turns Hobby Into Budding Business

This is a super awesome program!

The WordPress.com Blog

Last November WordPress.com announced the launch of our WordAds program, whereby WordPress.com sites can partner and share revenues on ads sold and managed by WordPress.com. Since its beta launch, WordAds has grown to over ten thousand sites. WordAds has been a success because bloggers can focus on content and building their audiences while handing off the time-consuming role of advertising optimization to the WordAds team.

Today, we’re launching a new homepage for the WordAds program: WordAds.co. Here, you will find our application page as well as FAQs and a discussion forum. Moreover, most WordPress.com sites can now launch WordAds on their site within days of application.

To celebrate the successful launch of WordAds, we sat down to interview one of the program’s first sites at MyNintendoNews.com. Not every WordAds site has the visitor volume to earn significant revenue, but sites that work to develop their audience can now earn good…

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