Tag Archives: Twitter

Creating Your Personal Brand

You know who you are. You’re confident. You believe in yourself. But how do you ensure others sense this?

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Hashtags: Do you use them in your job search?

From Twitter to Instagram, hashtags have become extremely popular. Hashtags are an important element of marketing efforts and are one of the most essential ways of organizing information on Twitter.

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How Twitter chats can help you network and increase engagement

Often times we tend to view Twitter as a broadcasting platform rather than a tool for engagement. One of the most beneficial ways to engage with users is by joining a Twitter chat.

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Social Media Grows Up

November is here and one of the interesting things that’s going on is the initial public offering for Twitter. On their first day of trading, Twitter raised over $24 billion with its stock offering.

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Welcome, Cindy!

We have the pleasure of welcoming our newest addition to the Paladin Team and the new voice of Paladin – Cindy-Lee Pijoos. Cindy is taking over my role as Recruitment Coordinator.

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Get Engaged and Inspired Through Associations

The first association I joined was the student chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, the PRSSA, primarily because Al Walker offered extra credit for my journalism class at NIU.

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Location-Based Marketing to the Test

Recent marketing industry events have highlighted the coming wave of mobile marketing. Location-based marketing has had a particular hype.

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The Year of Mobile Marketing – Insights from MobileU

This week, Paladin participated in the Heartland Mobile Council’s MobileU101 conference. As companies awake to “the year of mobile,” this event discussed strategic approaches to mobile marketing.

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Twitter: How to Create a List

Whether you are a frequent Twitter user or not, you most likely caught wind of the new Twitter trend known as “Twitter Lists.

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I am what IM

How you communicate can say as much about you as what you communicate. For example, you may have noticed that people often fall into either one of two contact categories – e-mail or voicemail.

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