According to a US survey by Careerbuilder.com (source, marketing charts) – 45% – so nearly half, of employers check up on potential staff on social networks. Nearly half of employers look up job candidates on social networks…but your tweets are probably safe http://www.socialmediatoday.com/SMC/122992 Mon Sep 14 2009 21:18:28 GMT+1000 (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Welcome to… Read More »
Added to prohibited items…. Remote controlled animals, up to and including any form of radio controlled spiders, raptors, furred, feathered or winged creature. Especially any remote controlled spiders. Exemption: Excludes hippogryphs, and any fish controlled whilst using telepathy.
Not everything measurable needs to be measured. The data exists. The mechanisms exists.The nanosecond it’s measured, measurable, and codified, it will be gamed. Gaming will lead to spam, spam will lead to Clout Optimisation Engineering. Let it be invisible. Let it exist, and let it sit out in the clouds as the known unknown, so… Read More »
“Concept to Practice: Road testing a definition of social marketing in practice.” This presentation focuses on the continued development of the definition of social marketing presented at the 2008 World Social Marketing Conference. This overviews the development of the definition, and the subsequent field trials of the definition as a function framework for academic peer… Read More »
Start with this comment from CoffeeandInk “If you’re going to argue about a text’s metaphorical or allegorical representations of race, you may want to take a look at how it treats actual people of color before forming your conclusions about the subversion of racial stereotypes.” Move onto “The people and their cultures: POC and the… Read More »