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Resumes: 20 Powerful Words To Add

Adding powerful words to your resume is important.  Every word counts and you must make sure you are using the right ones.  Today with applicant tracking systems, Twitter resumes, word counts and hiring managers who are scanning resumes on electronic devices, your resume must be as concise as possible.   Your words must capture the readers attention immediately. Meaningless…

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Is Your Resume Ready for the Mobile/Digital World? (Free Webinar On-Demand)

Webinar Overview With recruiters and hiring managers embracing the mobile world, it’s extremely important to get your resume out using these technologies. Social recruiting has become very important.  It has edged out job boards as a means to connect with employers and can help job seekers get noticed. A mobile/digital resume can help introduce you…

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Twitter Resumes: 4 Examples Showing Why You Should Have One

Should you have a Twitter resume or not?  Twitter resumes are one of the best ways to create short, targeted resumes. They highlight the main reason an employer should hire you, focusing in on your main selling point.  Everyone is reading less text these days and your resume, your cover letter and even your elevator speech…

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Mobile-Ready Resume: 4 Changes To Make Now

Can your resume be read on your mobile phone?  More and more recruiters and hiring managers are viewing resumes on tablets and cell phones.  Making your resume readable on a computer is old-school.  It now has to be readable on a phone’s small screen.   If you’ve been keeping your resume concise and job app ready,  you…

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Executive Briefing 1.28.16 – The Star Wars Effect; Your Resume Summary; Practical Introduction to PR Research

In today’s Executive Briefing we learn the value of  The Star Wars Effect from Martin Brochstein, Senior Vice President, SVP Industry Relations and Information,  (LIMA).  Also included is A Practical Introduction to PR Research from Mark Weiner, CEO, PRIME Research – North America. As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment to thank our loyal readers…

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Your Resume Summary: 10 Helpful Hints

The resume summary has become the most important part of a resume today.  Objectives, qualifications and statements no longer rule.  The summary section ties everything in your resume together so that a hiring manager has a nice, concise overview of you.  For communications people, it can also show a hiring manager that you can’t be concise,…

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Trending This Week 11.13.15 – Quality Content will Survive the Media Tipping Point; Ben Carson’s Resume Reinvention is SOP; Effects of Big Data on PR (Webinar Today)

In today’s Executive Briefing we hear from Jennifer Risi, Managing Director of Ogilvy Media Influence and Head of Media Relations, North America for Ogilvy Public Relations, who shows us How Quality Content will Survive the Media Tipping Point.  Also included is a look at how Ben Carson’s Resume Reinvention is SOP on Social Networks (Op-Ed) with Steve Lundin, Chief Hunter & Gatherer, BIGfrontier…

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Ben Carson’s Resume Reinvention is SOP on Social Networks (Op-Ed)

By Steve Lundin, Cultural Analyst and Author, “The Manipulator: A Private Life in Public Relations (Volume I)” We’ve all had a friend who’s fudged a bit on their resume, nudged a one-course-shy of completion college transcript into a degree, or repositioned a stint delivering papers as ‘grassroots data collection for a media company.’ So is it…

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Five Leadership Lessons from 2021

Alex Teixeira, Owner, Mooney Mountain Guides, LLC  I’m a guide whose purpose is to enhance the lives of people by introducing them to the wonders of rock and ice climbing, mountaineering and back country skiing in the Northeast and Pacific Northwest.  Some readers may think, “Look at this guy. I wish I was paid to…

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On the Origin of Species

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts…” – William Shakespeare It is the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a day which always resonates with and deeply saddens me, as it…

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Best Off-Page SEO Techniques That Really Work Today

Frank Hamilton, Blogger In our article, we will talk about the key techniques of off-page SEO that really work. Off-page search engine optimization are methods of increasing a web page’s ranking in search by performing offline actions in addition to content and other on-page functions.  Some off-page SEO methods:  Link building. A quality number of…

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5 Things You Should Be Doing to Get a Promotion in HR

[Source] Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Human resources is one of the most crucial departments of any company. After all, it’s the people that make a business work. It’s only natural that those in charge of finding these people and keeping them happy play such a vital role in the success of a company.  However,…

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The Similarities of Trump’s Rallies, Sports Press Conferences And PR Agency Pressers, Plus A ‘New Olympic Event’: Watching Naomi Osaka

Arthur Solomon Now that the twice impeached former president Donald Trump, whose company has been criminally indicted for allegedly evading taxes has resumed his rallies, the similarities of his rallies to sports, brand and corporate press conferences are easy to detect:  All have a maximum of lies or exaggerations and a minimum of truth. Certain…

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How to Create or Build a Brand That Lasts

Wendy Glavin, Founder & CEO, Wendy Glavin Agency I always dreamed of becoming an attorney or actress, but things didn’t quite work out that way. After majoring in acting, my professors said I was too dramatic. As for law school, my prosecutor dad felt I was more of an advocate. My parents said I could only…

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Removing Unconscious Hiring Bias Using AI (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Many people consider artificial intelligence or AI to be our automated future.  We have heard that it will take over some jobs but will ultimately facilitate our lives and make it easier. However, this might not be the case when it comes to increasing diversity.  Diversity is one of the…

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