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bit.ly – In episode #4, Jim discusses the (all too often) conflict between social media and common sense. Scroll down for more jobhunting resources. JOB HUNTING RESOURCES: * Want more info on how to be found by recruiters (and get hired fast?) bit.ly * Read The Hidden Job Report to find thousands of unadvertised jobs! hiddenjobreport.com * Watch JSTN (Job Search Television Network) http * I contributed content to: “Get a Job!” by David B. Wright | amzn.to * I contributed content to: Guerilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0 amzn.to * Check out Augmented Resumes! www.augmentedresumes.com Do me a favor? * Subscribe to The Jim Stroud Show now bit.ly * Follow me on Facebook: on.fb.me * Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com * Tell somebody about my show! Finally, thank you for watching. (Smile) Leave me a comment and I may mention it in a future episode. Yay!

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presented by Paul Mullan, Founder/Consultant, www.measurability.ie This seminar will explain: How social media can enhance your job search (LinkedIn, Facebook & Twitter) How to create an impactful Linkedin profile Key strategies to increase job market visibility using social media. Visit www.gradireland.com/summerfair to download the seminar notes

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jesusloversfamily.com: Global Christian Family. Video produced by: Mark Sapdi, India. Email: marksapdi (at) gmail.com

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On Friday, September 30, 2011, a faculty panel in the humanities and social sciences discussed the faculty recruitment process from the search committee’s perspective. Topics included what the search committee looks for in application documents (CV, cover letter, research/teaching statements), the screening process, and selecting candidates to interview. PANELISTS: – Kathy Adams, Professor of Psychology, Guilford College – Charlie Becker, Research Professor of Economics, Duke University – Tom Gould, Dean of Arts & Sciences & University Transfer and Professor of English, Durham Tech – Garry Walton, Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities and Professor of English, Meredith College The 2011 Academic Job Search Series is co-sponsored by Duke Postdoctoral Services, the Career Center, and the Graduate School.

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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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How to Market Yourself in Today’s Job Market – The Latest Strategies. Visit us at: www.getinterviewsfast.com

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SIVME.com – For All Job Seekers & Job Switchers… Don’t give up! Job search is not that hard anymore. Why? Because we created a perfect solution for you to be a smart job seeker (well, it’s actually a job hunter). You can now be that by joining http where all the job seekers and employers can connect with each other EASY, FAST and FREE just like Facebook! It’s The Social Media Employment Revolution!

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Woodland Hills (myFOXla.com) – James E. Wright, PHR is a Diversity and Inclusion Strategist, Trainer and Speaker who most recently served as the executive director for the California Diversity Council, a subsidiary of the National Diversity Council in Los Angeles. Wright discusses taking the job search to the next level by leveraging social networks and other online resources, like Visual CV and LinkedIn , to showcase your skills and present your personal brand.

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