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A funny rap that tells 2 different stories of Social Media being used. lyrics: Addicted to the power cause I’m online for hours 10 tabs open on firefox browser 24 hours like my name Jack Bauer conference call with the boss so I use Calliflower but back to the topic I just can’t stop it another album sale for the Poetic Prophet look like this one came from MySpace so I log in post a comment tell the dude thanks then login to Facebook and accept friends thats the same dude who hit me on Linkedin sent me a message with a link to his page had a WordPress blog that talked about J’s peeked my interest my favorite tennis so I dugg it, stumbled it, and add it to delicious then post a comment said I gotta be trippin I ain’t never seen those I must be slippin said if you buy those I’ll give you free shippin told him size 13 and put some socks with it a couple days later my package was delivered so I took a picture and put it on Flickr Social Media is for the more than partying network with those interested in what you are in that’s what I call social media targeting gotta do it right for social media marketing got an Facebook message from an unknown girl said check my profile my name is Pearl said I saw you on YouTube I like what you do I found you on Twitter and I follow you too I like big guys and I think that you cute so hit me up and I can get closer to you cause in my world I’ll make your toes curl get on my Tweetdeck and I’ll show you how it Twhirl sent her a message that

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Sept. 22—Dylan Ratigan Show–Bob Smith, who found a job on Twitter, and Gary Zakowski of TweetMyJobs.com, explains how the social networking site can successfully help those looking for work.Copyright MSNBC 2010 § 107.Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include — (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. Dylan ratigan show twitter tweetmyjobs job jobs hunting social networking media employment

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Media Search Sarah Palin Emails for Scandal and Find a Potential President Instead
COMMENTARY | Having hunted for dirt in the tens of thousands of Sarah Palin emails, what have the media found? A piece in Politico attempts to give Palin a backhanded compliment by finding a “long lost Palin,” someone who was actually admirable.

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There are countless resources to turn to when looking for employment – from online job catalogues to company recruitment pages. However, chances are you have a pretty good idea of the type of job you’re after. So why not target employment agencies that specialise in job placements within your field? You’ll increase your chances of finding the position you want and speed up the process of job placement.

For instance, if you’re looking for a job in the media industry, you may feel overwhelmed with your choices. Should you turn to employment agents who can do the searching for you, or should you opt to apply directly through media companies? Furthermore, you have the option of ploughing through the countless job listings on massive, all-inclusive online job catalogues. But while all of these resources will point you in the direction of jobs, how can you be sure you’re gaining optimum exposure to the jobs you want most?

If you’re decided on a particular field, such as the media jobs market – or even a particular position, such as a Media Project Manager or a Media Account Director – your best option could be to conduct a job search through a portal dedicated specifically to the media market. Regardless of whether you’re searching for experienced media positions or entry level jobs, media market portals can put you in direct contact with media companies which are currently hiring – simplifying the search process considerably. Moreover, all the positions returned from your search will be within the media field; that means you’ll have a larger pool of potential jobs to search through than if you were to go through an all-inclusive job site. You might even come across a media position you had never considered previously – opening up further opportunities in the media field.

But one of the greatest advantages of going through a specialised portal for your search for media jobs is that you’ll save time. Instead of sorting through a plethora of irrelevant positions, you’ll need only to browse through positions within your field. Your search will remain in your control, meaning you can see search results instantly. Moreover, you can often apply for suitable positions online, so you won’t have to wait for calls from a job agency.

So remember: there are a number of places you can look for media jobs. But if you target media employment specialists, you’ll speed up the process of finding the job you want!

Andrew Regan is an online, freelance journalist who lists travelling and rugby among his interests.

Andrew Regan is an online, freelance journalist who lists travelling and rugby among his interests.

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Earlier Job search was a tedious task because of limited availability of tools online. But now it’s easy with the help of online job search engines like Jobmixi.com. It helps you to look for job openings across different Indian cities and states. What Jobmixi.com does is to create a huge database of jobs, which come from different company career pages and job boards. Then, it categorizes the collected jobs data so that job seekers can easily locate a job which suits them.

This has made the search process easy for job seekers and narrowed down into just job listings instead of using a regular search engine that may provide you a long list of results and some may not even be associated with the job you are looking for.

Another advantage of using Jobmixi.com is its large job database. If you are looking for job based on experience, location, salary, company then using Jobmixi.com is effective for you. Unlike the job ads in newspapers, which can only provide you limited search ads and you cannot go back to the ads posted the other day, Jobmixi.com pioneered with its search technology provides users with jobs searchable as long as the job is still open by the company.

Jobmixi.com is easy to use because all you have to do is using the search box. To make job search easier categories have been maintained based on keyword, location and technology the job seeker is looking for.

Jobmixi.com offers great features, which will make your job-hunting much easier. These include:
Free resume posting: Jobmixi.com allows you to post your resume. Then, Jobmixi will use this information so it can identify which job is right for you. Instead of looking for a job yourself, the job search engine will send you an email with the list of new job posting which matches your preferred job, credentials and work experience (based on the resume you posted). You can also create job alert for the keywords which you are looking for.

Advanced search: If you would like to narrow your search and would view only job openings that meet your specified requirement, utilizing the advanced search can do this. Criteria can be job location, salary, keyword, company, job type, experience.

Job advice: Jobmixi.com helps jobseekers by providing tips and advice about job search and interview skills. You can look up for articles about resume writing, preparing for an interview, etc.

Save job: whenever you search for jobs and come across any job which is of interest to you, you can save your favorite job in your profile page and get back to it at your convenience.

With all the above features I believe Jobmixi.com can help you land it to a dream job which you are looking for.

Raj K Gouni, co-founder and CEO of Raising Media India Pvt Ltd. Raising media a Hyderabad, India based news and online media company pioneered with search technology is coming up with different search related products in the Indian market. Find out more about Indian Job Search Engine – jobmixi.com.

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Christian Fiction Literature is a rapidly expanding literary field which has developed considerably over the last several years. Originally seen as the “escapist” and “not so serious” little cousin of more serious works on Biblical Theology, Fiction has developed to be so way more than just entertainment. Historians have long recognized that folks learn thru many ways. Reading facts, historic accounts, and most importantly listening to stories. Before writing there were stories, passed from generation to generation. And these stories both entertained, and taught about significant issues such as morals, effects, lessons and history. Prior to radio, tv and the internet, stories were the principle form of entertainment. Whether over the campfire, pantomimes, puppet theatre or Shakespearean sagas, we have appreciated and fallen in love with our storytellers!

In today’s arena of Christian fiction, getting consumers to acknowledge fiction, and how it can both entertain and educate is not a trivial task. This is where pro publicists may be able to assist. A publicist will work in association with the author and the publishing house to help project both the entertainment value of the book, as well as its Biblical and Scriptural worth. Publicists also find it critical to work closely with retailers, helping with the formulation and construction of campaigns that may at last communicate with patrons round the nation. Without the guidance of publicists it is all to straightforward for a retailer to miss the boat and fail to speak the benefit of a book.

We spoke with Rebeca Seitz, publicist and author at GlassRoad Public Relations, who has been liaising directly with the web services team at one progressive retailer’s Christian Fiction group. The retailing organization – deeperShopping Christian Books has created exclusive web content featuring GlassRoad PR’s most recent projects including Sisters Ink Scrapbooking Fiction and Sibella Giorello’s Geologically inspired Thrillers. The retailer and the publicist both agreed that dropping recent releases of Christian Fiction titles into a database isn’t a good way to educate consumers on the benefits of the book. It is their hope that patrons will be able to understand the inducement and the fact that the author wrote the titles – to find out the way in which the author is so electrified by their relationship with the Living God, that they represent that inspiration in the books they create and the stories that they tell.

So just how does one capture the heart of the author when you are explaining and describing their storylines? This isn’t a straightforward task. And as a retailer or a publicist, what weight should be placed on your outline vs the description the actual author would use themselves?

In creating these new web sites, deeperShopping and GlassRoad PR decided to incorporate a number of new Social Networking features. So they added in references to the author’s twitter feeds, flickr photo buckets and their facebook accounts. The result – simply spectacular. Each author has a web portal that features a biography, details of their latest books, and their latest communications from various social networking sites . The retailer even worked out how to integrate YouTube videos into the shopping experience. Now shoppers can get recent info about each workmen latest featured products alongside news from the artists themselves. The project has been a large success and takes retailing to a new level.

Sales in fiction have lifted as a result of this work, in some cases over 200% Due to the extreme success of the project, the retailer was motivated to begin a project to refresh additional content sections of their website and incorporate some of these new technologies and features.

It is our firm opinion that additional members of the Christian Booksellers Association will beging to udnerstand the benefits of social media and will incorporate these features into their retail websites. By 2010 it is expected that this will become standard operating procedure for Christian publishers.

What a tremendously interesting concept!

Correspondant for the International Christian Retail News Network

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