hand out shades like these (or the little paper ones kids get for 3-d) . . . with orange film lenses :) Then, we can walk around conferences wearing them. That would be a true tipping point . . .
I could see membership blowing up even more with a marketing plly like that. Now, if we throw on a black skully or special ops beanie cap like he's wearing in his photo . . . that would be sick :) (just look out for security, who would surely be watching!)…
s as it eradicates
obstacles like time constraint and the cost of travel. Mycareeri has therefore
provided an innovative communication concept and appealing format to present
yourself. It has proven very successful and easy to manage as it features safe
and secure functionality for job seekers to upload informative, creative videos
to thousands of potential employers.
Mycareeri has a dedicated team with a huge experience in the field of staffing, recruiting and communication industry.
Our president, Lee Fossey who is a great asset with 15+ years of experience in the
staffing and recruiting industry has put his extensive knowledge and keen
understanding of the employment industry to work at mycareeri. His experience
and absolutely admirable job have made mycareeri the best possible tool for
both employer and job seeker. He is a real contribution to the success of
His experience and continued success over the years has given mycareeri the very best of insight into the needs of employers and job
seekers. He is a true asset to the success of mycareeri .
Bill Barnett has been involved in the communications and entertainment industry his entire professional career. His background
includes advertising, radio, television, film, internet and mobile media. His
astounding commendable work and past experiences is a great contribution in mycareeri’s
Barnett became the first President of Radio Aahs, the first and only Children’s Radio Network in existence.
Barnett then co-founded Goldbar Entertainment a Film and Television production company that produced and distributed over 20 films.
In 2000 Barnett became a pioneer in the “Branded Entertainment” industry.
Jason Mehrvarz established a computer consulting business in 1997 and provides information technology support based on client
specific needs. He has delivered reliable and enduring business solutions using
the appropriate tools and technology to meet the overall business objectives of
many successful Internet companies. His recent successes include: Dotherightthing.com,
Dailynest.com, 249smiles.com, Engagebig.com, Directhost.net, Deckflex.com,
rs as much as it is the ability to respond in real time.
Animal's right in that in that it doesn't replace the function of comments, which allow for better responses.
Part of it also depends on how the author of a blog post chooses to connect with their readers. If you frequently engage on Twitter, then it's very likely most people will chat with you there instead of writing a comment. Here's an example...
I'm working on the release of an independent film right now, and in that case, comments are only the tip of the discussion. My team also chats with them in their fan forums. In one instance, the post had three comments but a fan forum had 129 comments and 1,500 views from more than 100 people. On Twitter, in this case, there are frequent discussions about the cast, but there is currently no central body to connect the fans (until this weekend).
days posts and you can pick a best one of your own...
Featured Posts, Articles & Authors...
Mendoza's Monday Member Showcase:
Meet Thomas F.X. Licari, Corporate Recruiter, and Activist Founder of The Illinois Recruiters Association
Kelly Dingee with a post: Do you like Facebook as a source?
Tuesday's Talent Talk Cafe
Hosted by Susan Burns: A conversation on blogging and best practices
[Special thanks to Jerry Albright]
Claudia's Wednesday Wisdom
Smell the Roses
Third Party Thursday
Mark Berger with a post Free Resumes and Job Postings
Friday: TGIS (Thank Goodness It's Sumser!)
Digging Into RecruitingBlogs.com v2.03: Verbal Summary
...and Editor's Picks
Your Internet/Recruiting Dashboard by RecruiterGuy
The Death of Recruitment Print Advertising? by Iain MacGibbon
Down Economy Brings Opportunity by Sean Harry
Too Much Training? by Bill Radin
Salary Secrets by Michael Glenn
Overcoming Perception by Aasia
The Tao of The Hire by Dave Graziano
Are you a "Control Freak"? by Debbie Goodin
How many freaks do you pass over each day? by Maren Hogan
What You Should Know About the New LinkedIn by Craig Fisher
High tech ... high touch by Ric Willmot
Is Sourcing the Silver Bullet of Recruiting? by Cathy McCullough
Jobster calling on desperate measures? by Chad Sowash
Hitting 2009 in Stride – Tips From The Top HR Blogging Minds by Jeremy Hatfield
Facebooking- Personal VS. Professional information by Jennifer LaVigne
Innovation through Inclusion by Joe Gerstandt
Think Before Your Tweet - A MUST READ!! by Scott Gordon
The Client Side - Put Yourself In Their Shoes by Todd Kmiec
The Power of PMA: Positive Mental Attitude by Mike Rasmussen
Recruiting Tip of the Day
Dean Lockett says: Get a recommendation. Doesn't matter if it's a candidate that you placed or didn't place but worked hard to or if its a client that you've provided a service to .... get a recommendation. More...
Craig Silverman says: Learn how to ask opened ended questions and be a great listener. This is a fun business so have some fun while you are at it. Focus on helping people and the placements will start falling into place. More...
Antoinette says think outside the box. I find good candidates by looking on Licensing or Chapter Member websites. In some cases you can also place a free add on a chapter website specifically for people with the certification that you are seeking. More...
Steve Levy says: Volunteer your company as the place to hold related vertical and functional association meetings, supplying refreshments, food, and shwag while practicing the art of Zen Recruiting. More...
Kelly says: When a candidate stacks up well on paper and in person, yet for some reason you feel uneasy about them, listen to your instincts. More...
This Week's RBC Blogordinaire: Steve Levy
How should we describe Steve? Indefatigable; incorrigible perhaps? Hmmm...how about insubordinate, insolant even? Whatever, he's one of the in-crowd:
Even the porn industry has its hand out
Googling helps destroy the environment
Four Pink Slips and a Lawsuit
The Fractured Sisterhood @Work
Sorry Mrs. Slouch
The Week's Top Videos
LinkedIn Tips - OneMinuteInterviewTips.com posted by Gus Cawley
Employee Engagement posted by Moi'
Recruiter Earth Films posted by Chris LaVoie
Ever wish you could fly??? .. no truly fly? Check this out. posted by Jim - medXcentral
Animal Tribute posted by Jim Durbin
"Maren...we'll need a, um, ring girl to carry the cards 'tween rounds. Mo...waddahya, a repawtah or sumtin? You're gonna help Maren. Danarooooo...you're another one of those crazy Aussies; we have you pegged for beer sales" Steve Levy, An Hour With...it just isn't this simple…