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Facebook – The Real Threat They Face

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Guest Post by Bradley Honan As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demonstrated over the last several days with his congressional testimonial, Facebook continues to dominate headlines with threats they are facing as an organization. Two of these threats are getting almost all the coverage, but I would argue a third issue is far more serious – […]

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Bouncing Back into a Comms Career After Baby

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Guest Blog by Christa Conte If you work in communications, it’s likely that you’ve compared the experience of a new biz pitch or development of a campaign to “giving birth.” From the spark of an idea to the nurturing and public release of a campaign, it’s truly a labor of love. Having fairly recently, in […]

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Each One, Teach One: A Speed Dating Exercise in Mentorship

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Guest post by Aaliyah Miller “Each one, teach one.” – An African proverb The African proverb above has a strong significance in my life. It’s significance is two-fold; historical and practical. According to Wikipedia, the short yet powerful phrase, “originated in the United States during slavery, when Africans were denied education, including learning to read. […]

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If Sam Nunberg Were My Client… Guest Blog

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By Ken Scudder Sam Nunberg’s two in-person interviews (on CNN and MSNBC), and his phone-in to Katy Tur, were classic counter-examples of how to handle oneself with the media. Nunberg ranted, raved, whined, and played the martyr, leading those on both sides of the aisle genuinely concerned for his well-being. Nunberg could have made some […]

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39 Ways to Lose Your Job

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By John T. Tintera, Founder JTT Marketing People over the age of 40 know that everyone under 40 knows EVERYTHING. A horrible generalization, but there’s some truth to it. Only it didn’t begin 20 years ago. I can remember being in a job in my late twenties where I was the front-line account executive for […]