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    • Introducing the new Digiday Careers

      Digiday is excited to introduce a completely new Digiday Careers. A redesigned site and a brand new awards program, the Digiday WorkLife Awards, highlight a refresh of Digiday’s careers product. With a new, cleaner look and a redesigned interface, Digiday Careers’ new website delivers a more fluid user experience and better organizes a collection of job opportunities and careers content.

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    • The Ultimate Interview Guide for Fresh Graduates

      A phrase that scares the life out of fresh graduates is “job interviews.” But little do they know that interviews are the only gateway to the corporate world. Interviews are the key to unlocking the first doors to their ideal professional lives. Being prepared for formal job interviews is indispensable, but it is simple too.

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  • Why 30 may be the most important number of your career

    … that still persist at every public company that has to answer to shareholders. And that is why this number — 30 — is so hard to deal with. The magic of 30 In the process of writing my book KNOWN: The handbook for building and unleashing your personal brand in the digital age, I interviewed nearly 100 people who are known in their fields. Naturally, I…

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  • A strategy to stay relevant in a tumultuous marketing world

    … By Mark Schaefer Three years ago, I was working on what would be the biggest consulting contract of my career. It was a potential deal with a U.S. government agency and as part of the bidding process I had to be interviewed by their senior procurement professionals via Skype. It was a bit intimidating. The stakes were high and I was facing…

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  • Kelly Cutrone on the state of fashion: ‘There isn’t a shift afoot — there’s a gorge.’

    … ‘I’m not in the mood to do a ‘Where’s Kelly Cutrone?’ story, if that’s what this is,’ says Kelly Cutrone. It’s an understandable sentiment, given how much press she’s gotten over the last few years, press she’s simply tired of. Much of that stemmed from her role on MTV’s ‘The City‘ and ‘The Hills,’ where audiences knew her as the fearsome maven…

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  • The most memorable martech resume I’ve seen

    … resume is just one part of the recruiting process. I encourage you to look at others’ resumes and LinkedIn profiles for inspiration. Have a question on recruiting or career transitions to propose for this column? Please email erica@theconnectivegood.com. Don’t worry, we’ll keep your name and company confidential. Readers: Erica is on the board…

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  • The True Meaning of Hustle

    … By Mark Schaefer When I was 14 years old I needed a job. I needed a job because I needed money. My family didn’t have the money to buy me a bike and I needed transportation. I wanted to buy a stereo system (records!) … and I had recently discovered girls. So I needed to find some money. Through my years of prepubescence, I had done everything I…

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  • Three strategies to take the heat out of customer conflict

    …, but you get the idea. The paragraph above puts our mutual ideas into words that act as the anchor of our ongoing collaboration. Whenever our visions diverge during the back and forth, we go back to this guideline. We remember our promise. 2) Double-down on decency In the early stages of my career, I often reacted in a passive-aggressive way when…

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  • Entering Protopia and a world of continuous marketing disruption

    … like we have been in a world of rapid marketing technology change, we really haven’t. Largely, we have lived in a business world of peaceful evolution. In the last 50 years, what have been the forces that have completely disrupted marketing? In the 1970s, there was one: cable television. The 1980s saw the dawn of the Internet and mobile…

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  • Why working in marketing makes you bitchy

    … By Mark Schaefer A lot is made of being “authentic” in marketing today. I’m not a big fan of the word, but I understand that there is some expectation to display some human emotion in our content and campaigns. Compassion. Enthusiasm. Understanding. And for me, increasingly, bitchiness. Part of this irritability may stem from the copious…

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