Twitter took a bold step outside of their comfort zone and doubled the maximum character count allowed in a tweet.
Many people think that a profile disclaimer will render you immune from termination, but people should treat their accounts like their wallet or cellphone.
Negative feedback is something no brand likes, but it is inevitable. While all brands should have a policy in place for moderating social channels, there are some fundamental principles that should be observed.
When requesting a connection on LinkedIn, prospects should make sure they’re personalizing those requests. LinkedIn is about business and professional connections where one person is seeking something else, versus “I want to be friends.”
Avatars are typically the first point of contact we have with people virtually before we meet them personally.
Twitter’s announcement to exempt handles from the character limit and phase out the egg in favor of a silhouette had the network in a tailspin.
Now that Twitter has taken more steps to combat online abuse and frivolous reporting, it needs to work on expanding its verification process.
There are a variety of legitimate reasons for have alternate or secondary profiles, but before you consider doing it, consider some alternatives that might help achieve your goals more effectively.
With Facebook launching a job board in competition with LinkedIn, this means that more jobs will be applied for on Facebook. Is Facebook truly a threat to LinkedIn, or will LinkedIn under the direction of Microsoft be able to keep their users interested?
If you’re a recruiter, I’ll bet you’ve had this look as you’ve taken a casual stroll down the social media profile of a prospective candidate.