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Phone Interviews: 8 Steps To Be Prepared

It’s important to handle a telephone interview properly.  Recruiters and hiring managers are all managing heavy schedules.  A telephone interview is a great way to see if a candidate ‘fits’ before scheduling all the formal interviews.  It’s a cost-effective and efficient way to screen candidates.  It also gives the candidate the opportunity to see if…

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Post Interview Thank You Notes: A 5-Step Template

Even with online and telephone interviews, a written thank you note is still needed and expected. Writing a thank you note can be easy if you jot down a notes during the interview so you can remember some specific details about the opportunity.  Most important, make sure you get everyone’s name.

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Redefining the Mobile Phone Business

Robert Reiss This pandemic has sent our country into a rapid economic downturn with massive job losses and millions of people seeking ways to cut costs. It’s a perfect storm on many fronts leaving consumers mainly focused on indispensable items should as food, shelter and yes communication devices such as mobiles and tablets. These devices have become the ultimate form…

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Bad Boss? 6 Signs To Look For During The Interview

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Have a bad boss? They can made your work life miserable. Bad bosses can be miserable to deal with or they can simply have personalities that don’t work with yours. It is essential to find out what your future boss is really like. One way to do this is to…

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PR Measurement: Interview with Eileen Sheil, Cleveland Clinic

PR Measurement is fast becoming a hot topic of conversation among PR practitioners. “Measurement has to be a focus for PR.  In the digital world everyone has to start to look at the metrics to help them drive strategy.” Eileen Sheil, Executive Director of Communications at the Cleveland Clinic. This is an interview with Eileen…

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4 Warning Signs of a Reporter Interview Gone Wrong

Nikki Arnone,  SSPR If you’ve ever hung up the phone after an interview with a reporter and felt completely in the dark about how well the call went, you’re definitely not alone. But don’t fret – there are some tell-tale signs that a call’s going south, and you can learn how to tune into reporter clues to…

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Interviewing Etiquette: 13 Tips To Lower Your Stress

Interviewing etiquette can be stressful.  You don’t know what is to come and you want everyone to like you.  It can be a recipe for disaster.  What you have to remember is that everyone interviewing feels this way and hiring managers and recruiters take it into consideration.  But, as the interview approaches, the nerves come out.  What can you do to help this?  Well, there are a few tips to follow that can help you through the process.

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Virtual Interviews: 5 Tips To Acing The Techology

Virtual interviews are the new reality.  Thanks to new technologies, companies are using virtual interview software to screen candidates, find any red flags and not spend time and money on travel.  A virtual interview allows the parties to meet and interact.  It can be a live two-way conversation on Skype, FaceTime or Google Hangout, or it…

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The Mr. Magazine™ Interview With Randall Lane, Editor, Forbes Magazine

Forbes’ Editor Randall Lane Celebrates Five Years & Proves The Golden Age For Print Magazines Has Only Just Begun “We just got our new MRI numbers a few weeks ago. Forbes magazine is at the highest print readership in its 99 year history; print readership. Not online, but print. And that’s MRI, independent research. We’re…

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You’re Ready For Your Video Interview. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

By Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Don’t like being interviewed on video? Prefer an in-person meeting? Well, according to Chris Brown, Vice President of Human Resources at West Corporation, you are out of luck. Video interviewing is here to stay. Love it (most Millennials) or loathe it (many of the rest of us) we’ve all got…

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Chopped: How To Make A Lunch Interview Successful

Lunch interviews happen quite frequently.  The job might be confidential, interviewers might not have the time in the office, an employer might want to see your social skills or they might want to impress you.  Whatever the situation, you are being evaluated and you must be prepared.  Here are a few dos and don’t to…

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No Media Relations = Less Credibility for Your Campaigns

Maury Tobin, President, Tobin Communications, Inc. Let’s me say it clearly. I believe in the power of social media because I’ve seen how it can propel our clients’ campaigns. But as traditional outreach (media relations) gets left out of many communications plans and discussions, I’m convinced that a social media-only strategy can be a big…

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INDUSTRY NEWS Trump’s Brand Story – An Unconventional Success Strategy February 19, 2017 | Industry News, Marketing, Public Relations PR Genome Webinar – How PR is Vital to the Future of Branded Video Content in 2017 February 19, 2017 | Events, Industry News, PR Council Donald Trump Rants and Raves at the Press in a Classic Example of Misdirection…

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U.S. Advertising And Marketing Execs Reveal Hiring Plans Through 2016

A CommPRO News Update According to research from The Creative Group, thirteen percent of executives in advertising and marketing plan to expand their teams in the second half of 2016. This is up from 11 percent in the first half of the year. The majority of those surveyed said they expect to maintain staff levels…

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A Broadcaster’s Take on Social Media and How it Impacts PR and the Media

Live streaming video technology presents an exciting — but often overlooked — earned media opportunity for public relations and communications specialists. The next time you pitch broadcast media, think beyond traditional on-air coverage. In addition to using social media to gather information and interact with viewers, many television newsrooms across the country are turning to social to broadcast stories –…

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