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Discussing Content Marketing at the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference

July 10, 2013

While my time at The Starr Conspiracy has had me focus on writing for clients and our agency, I have a chance to share some of my own insight with attendees of the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. On Wednesday, July 24, I will be running a session on content marking for recruiters at The Hard Rock […]

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LinkedIn Report: Women without a Mentor

October 25, 2011

Everyone should have mentors. It only helps you in your career (and life) if you have someone who can share their own experiences, learnings, and battle scars with you. You won’t avoid mistakes, but the idea here is that you may be able to avoid making the mistakes they made. Women also can benefit from […]

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LinkedIn Report: Top Office Pet Peeves

September 28, 2011

There have been many a time when someone has come rushing into my office, shut the door and said, “OMG, that woman is going to drive me up a wall! She keeps putting all her peanut-buttery dishes in the dishwasher and so we have to run it twice. Just rinse things off!” Maybe it’s not […]

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LinkedIn Report: Claim Your Volunteer Hours on Your Profile

September 7, 2011

One of the things that I learned in my household was to always donate my skills and time. Serving is beneficial to your community, but you get a lot out of volunteering, as well. I’ve talked about career development on the cheap, and if you volunteer, you can gain a lot of skills depending on […]

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LinkedIn Report: Men More Savvy Online Professional Networkers than Women

June 22, 2011

The battle of the sexes. Got to love the idea that we’re still in an “us vs. them” world sometimes. Even if we do try to make it more about uniting instead of separating, you have to acknowledge there are differences between men and women. Well, when it comes to online professional networking, it looks […]

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