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Karla, this is something I was looking for--how well-timed this is!

10 months ago on A Creative Strategy for Local Candidate Generation

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Hannah, I am deeply flattered to included on your list; thank you so much!

1 year, 6 months ago on 95 People to Follow On Twitter 2013

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This is a master class on questions candidates should get answers to during interviews. The only question I'm not seeing here that I like: "what keeps you awake at night?"

1 year, 9 months ago on Interview Questions YOU Can Ask

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Fantastic post, Hannah, as usual!

1 year, 9 months ago on Interviewing Shouldn't Hurt If...

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Hannah, excellent Twitter 101 blog! You know I always love what you have to say and that it helps demystify what is probably my favorite social media channel makes it one of my all time faves by you!

1 year, 11 months ago on Demystifying Twitter

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Excellent, and quick response Hannah!

2 years ago on Social Recruiting Just Works Better

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I have absolutely no idea what type I most resemble but honestly love the way the types are described, esp the sample tools & tweets. Superb!

2 years, 8 months ago on The Five Smartest Kinds Of Twitter Users Which Ones Are You Most Like?

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Jure, this is excellent and needs to be retweeted early and often.

2 years, 11 months ago on 12 Most Wrong Things To Do On LinkedIn

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I'm so glad to see Meghan Biro blogging here: I'm a fan of her insight, and this blog is informative yet fun. I was particularly appreciative of #11, because I've seen a few folks stumble into that quagmire. I can invariably see the gears turning as the recipient of such a comment attempts to discern whether the barb was intended or not.

3 years ago on 12 Most Awkward Workplace Comments and How They Can Damage Culture

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Gini, you've inspired me to create a paper.li daily about #nothing.

3 years, 1 month ago on A Blog Post About Nothing

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Funny thing: I'm not convinced sheer # of tweets necessarily drives a meaningful part of a Klout score. Being RTed/mentioned however does--and that certainly does happen if you're in a chat. Your tweets are almost sure to generate more activity if you participate in a chat, and that really is the definition of influence.

But you make an excellent point re: not getting carried away by Klout scores. Seriously, who thinks that Justin Bieber actually is more influential than President Obama?

3 years, 3 months ago on Influence is Not a Number

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Gini, this is absolutely superb, esp your point re: commenting on blogs. I've been a big fan of yours via Twitter for a long time. And with the number of people commenting on this, if you still did write individual e-mails, I'd be frightened for you!

3 years, 3 months ago on Building Your Online Community

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Gini, what a great tale! I found this thanks to my friend Julie Walraven, who RTed a link to this blog entry--which I think does a lovely job of bringing home the lesson full-circle!

3 years, 7 months ago on 12 Reasons You Should Use Twitter for Business

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That was excellent! I cannot believe how often these simple things we all knew in kindergarten are forgotten so easily.

3 years, 8 months ago on 10 Things Your Parents Told You That Still Apply to Social Media

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Danny, this is a particularly timely blog post for me, as I will be speaking at my local SHRM chapter next week. Thank you!

3 years, 9 months ago on Using Social Media for Your HR Needs

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@Danny Brown And thank you! To answer your question: yes, I absolutely do. I volunteer in 2 in transition groups and one of the most common issues faced in both is of how to manage one's mindset. My best advice for jobseekers who are discouraged:

1. GIGO: garbage in, garbage out. Nourish the spirit with positive things and (perhaps in some cases) avoid negative things.

2. Look at your resume & look at your accomplishments. I've yet to meet a job seeker who hasn't done some great things in the course of his or her career. Behavioral interview popularity is predicated on the idea that past behavior is the best indicator of future performance. Therefore, job seekers will again do great things.

3. If you are having a particularly rough day, take some time to talk to a friend & get some encouragement.

4. I think a lot of job seekers tend to lose sight of the fact that the people in their networks *want* them to succeed and that a job seeker's role is to empower them to help by providing target employers for informational interviews.

3 years, 9 months ago on Being Remarkable

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Danny, I love this blog entry. Given my circumstances, I tend to see things from the perspective of job seekers. In my journeys I have encountered altogether too many who are afraid to "own their greatness", as a friend put it.

3 years, 9 months ago on Being Remarkable

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