dvertising), 'authenticity' (which came from business), and 'brand' (which was never intended to mean identity), claiming it to be original thought leadership.
Nobe-buddy? Egad! That's very funny though.
You know, I think it might be just the opposite. We're placing too much value on the terms that social networks prescribe. Friends, followers, etc. don't mean the same thing in that context.
Maybe we might ask ourselves if we went to a luncheon and somebody, who we didn't know, offered a business card, would we refuse and then spit in their eye? Or perhaps, accept it and then rip it up for the bemusement of our friends as soon as they turned around? A few might, I suppose (most of us wait until we get home).
All in all, I suppose part of what I'm proposing is that we might conduct ourselves online like we might conduct ourselves face-to-face, because unlike face-to-face, online is almost permanent and certainly searchable.
working on their site for a while, and the hiring managers are getting freaked out by the number of recruiters wanting to work on their site, which causes some managers to offer lower fees as well.
I also use Dayak sometimes, you might try out their site too or talentmaze.
Best of luck and you might try friending Erica Jayne Walsh, she is on RBC and works for Bounty Jobs.…