Twitter is testing out a longer character limit after research shows languages that allow people to convey more information in one character results in shorter tweets, less frustration, and more people tweeting.Read More
Recruiters aren’t meant to judge you on your social media when you’re applying for a job. But that doesn’t mean everyone else won’t. In this day and age of google-stalking, you can bet one of the first things your new boss and colleagues do is look you up and judge you on what they find.Read More
Job seekers and graduates looking for work will learn how to stand out for the right reasons at a new workshop at Little Tokyo Two on March 14.
Presented by former Google and Facebook recruiter Sian Havard of career consultancy Milkshake Group, and former Newman Government staffer Kate Wilson of Cinc Social Media, The Social Network: How to Get (and Lose) a Job on Social Media will give attendees valuable insight into the latest recruitment techniques, and what recruiters are really looking for in candidates.
International recruiter Sian Havard from Milkshake Group joins me for a quick chat about the things you could be doing on social media that is sabotaging your job hunt.Read More
Having a lot to say can make Facebook advertising quite challenging. When you are used to telling a story with words - how do you accommodate Facebook's demands for little to no text in your images, slideshows, and videos?Read More
In a time where the boundary between our professional and personal lives has become more blurred than ever, what you say or do online can have a profound impact on your job. In March, Milkshake Group founder Sian Havard and I will be delving into how you can get (and lose) a job using social media in our first workshop together.Read More
I have always been excellent at setting goals, targets and intentions. It’s sticking to them that I struggle with. But in 2016 I kept my New Year Resolution and learnt a few things about goal setting along the way.Read More
Poses in front of graffiti walls. Laughing with friends on a yacht. Dinner parties and visits to a fair... it seems like 25 year-old Parisian Louise Delage has the perfect instagrammable life. And the 65,000 followers she amassed in a month seem to agree. But this account isn't what you think.Read More
Twitter is at its best during big events like this, but the pressure of following the debate while coming up with clever responses and the perfect gif means facts are often left behindRead More
Pauline Hanson's back... and while her policies are not my cup of tea, politicians can learn from something from her videos.Read More
Forget spending hours curating the perfect feed, Instagram is now encouraging users to share more photos and videos with the introduction of Instagram Stories.Read More
In an another attempt to minimise Twitter's troll problem, the platform has upgraded its reporting process making it possible for users being abused to attach multiple tweets to a report.Read More
A decade ago today Jack Dorsey made history by sending the first tweet. Check out how Jack and others broke the ice on Twitter.Read More