Just for today, I’ve decided to take a break from our usual content for a very personal Memorial Day tribute to a very special soldier.
As you probably know, we’re pretty active tweeters here at Resonance, and each Friday I give a rundown of cool content I’ve shared on Twitter throughout the week.
Today we conclude our Help for Blogophobes series with some more advice on what to write about. But first, a quick recap of Parts 1 through 4:
Let’s face it: these days, the phrase “find me online” is about as useful as “find me in Texas.”
Today we’re continuing our Help for Blogophobes series by tackling another potential roadblock: “What the heck do I write about?”
As promised, here’s the slide deck from Social Media for Recruiting and Employee Relations, presented on May 11 in cooperation with Workforce Solutions Houston. We had an awesome event with a packed house and lots of good interaction among attendees, and I hope to be invited back!
In Part 1 and Part 2 of our “Help for Blogophobes” series, we talked about a couple of easy-peasy blogging platforms, Posterous and Tumblr, where you can set up a blog in a snap and post your text, photos, and videos quickly and easily.
Last week, out of pure randomness, several of my tweeps made reference to Brian Solis’ KISS Principle of Social Media (Keep It Simple and Shareable).
If you’re in Houston and want to know more about attracting the best-and-brightest talent with blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, have I got a seminar for you. And ya can’t beat the cost—free!
Today we continue our “Help for Blogophobes” series with another useful tool called Tumblr. It’s a simplified blogging platform that’s similar to Posterous in many ways, but with a few key differences.
For starters, no, I was not one of the hearty souls who arose before dawn on Friday to watch the nuptials of Britain’s heir to the throne and his lovely lady Kate.
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