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Modification of a previous presentation on social media and career development and presented as a webinar for BurrellesLuce.

Modification of a previous presentation on social media and career development and presented as a webinar for BurrellesLuce.

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    Social Media and Job Search: " Are You 'Social' Enough? Ten Timely Tips." Social Media and Job Search: " Are You 'Social' Enough? Ten Timely Tips." Presentation Transcript

    • #PRWebinar
    • Those Difficult Talks THANKS FOR JOINING US! Welcome to: Speaker: Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA THOSE DIFFICULT Talks FOR PR PROS Curry College @KirkHazlett FINDING YOUR MOJO IN DELICATE DISCUSSIONS Moderator: Presented by Alan Tressa Robbins Cohen, PCC Acts of Balance BurrellesLuce @Tressalynne #PRWebinar Alan Cohen www.actsofbalance.com
    • ‚Are You ‘Social’ Enough?‛ Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA Associate Professor, Communication/Public Relations Curry College, Milton, MA (617) 979-3526/ khazlett0104@curry.edu Twitter: @kirkhazlett / LinkedIn: kirkhazlett / Facebook: Kirk Hazlett Blog: kirkhazlett-aprofessorsthoughts.blogspot.com
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    • http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html
    • http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html
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    • #4Decide the image you wantto portray. Be consistent on all social media platforms: LinkedIn…Twitter… Facebook…blogs.
    • A consistent appearance… professional-lookingphoto, concise backgroundsummary, etc., helps define your brand… who you are…what you can do.
    • According to research conductedby LinkedIn of organizations using the platform… 58% indicated that candidateswere hired through social media. Information courtesy of John Deveney, Deveney Communication
    • Besides checking your resume, nearly 3 out of 4 hiring managers and recruiterscheck candidates social profiles… 48% always do… even if they are not provided. LA Times Business: ‚Want a job? Check the spelling on your Facebook profile‛
    • http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html
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    • Promote your socialmedia presence…
    • #9Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSAAssociate Professor, Communication/Public RelationsCurry College, Milton, MAP: (617) 979-3526/ E: khazlett0104@curry.eduhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/kirkhazlett / Twitter: @kirkhazletthttp://kirkhazlett-aprofessorsthoughts.blogspot.com/
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    • #PRWebinar DEPPC Method• Describe• Effect• Pause• Preferred/Positive• Consequences Please Type Your Questions in The Q&A Pane Alan Cohen www.actsofbalance.com
    • SAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATE- UPCOMING PRODUCT DEMONSTRATION WEBCASTThursday, January 24, 2013 @ 1:00pm EST.Join Anthony Baker, director of portal operations, BurrellesLuce, forthis instructive product demonstration of BurrellesLuce WorkFlow. Resources