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… Earlier today we looked a new study from Jobvite, which found that 73 percent of recruiters plan to increase their investment in social media. The survey also revealed another interesting tidbit: 93 percent of recruiters review a candidate’s social media accounts being a hiring decision, with 61 percent reconsidering an applicant because of something negative on their profile. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. …
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… Social Implications Cooperative? There is no one-size-fits-all strategy for social media. What you should be doing is different for every business. You need customized answers. While there is plenty of advice available online, much of it is out of date. You can’t easily tell what is still applicable today. But there are people who know the answers. My…