Category: Creative

The Plagiarism Plague: Being Mindful of Creative Content

On Tuesday, the night after Melania Trump gave a speech at the Republican National Convention, allegations surfaced that her staff had plagiarized part of Michelle Obama’s speech from the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

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Creative Leave-Behinds for Interviews

You’ve put in countless hours polishing your resume and researching the company that’s in your sights.

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Which Portfolio Hosting Website Should I Use?

If you’re a creative professional looking for work, you know that the first (and maybe the last) thing a potential employer or client is going to want to see is your portfolio.

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Stay Ahead of Industry Trends with 2016’s Top 5 Marketing Conferences

With a new year comes the opportunity to become an even better you… and part of that is continuing to grow as a professional.

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Building Engagement via Twitter

Are you using Twitter, and to its full potential?

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SEO Conference Takeaways: SMX East & C3

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of being Paladin’s eyes and ears at two fantastic, back-to-back Search and Digital Marketing conferences in downtown NYC – SMX East and C3.

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Father’s Day 2014: Gift Ideas for Graphic Designers

For Father’s Day 2014, gifts for the graphic design dad are a challenge. We compiled 5 gift ideas for graphic designers that creative dads will love.

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4 Creative Office Spaces for Creative People

With so many creative people out there, new, innovative and creative spaces are being created to house them. Here are 4 really cool office spaces outside of your typical Facebook, Google & Skype.

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How to Reboot and Present Your Creative Portfolio

The creative industry is a very “what have you done lately” type of an industry. Technology is ever changing, and with that so do the vehicles designers use to showcase their work.

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How to Accept a Job Offer

It may have seemed unlikely just a few short years ago, but today professionals in the creative, marketing, communications and digital fields are now finding a “buyers’ market” as they search for new careers.

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