Steele Champion — February 23, 2018 — February 23, 2018 Despite what the “career coach” talking heads may say, you should never put your home address on your resume. And if it’s there now, remove it! Many things on the SalaryMatters platform go against the conventional wisdom of the many “career coaches” out there trolling … Continue reading Never Put Your Home Address on Your Resume
Angela Hausman, PhD — February 6, 2018 Follow @MarketingLetter — February 6, 2018 Mimzy / Pixabay No matter how eager and motivated your employees might appear on their first day at work, the initial enthusiasm will dwindle with time. Sooner or later, the daily grind gets the best of us, and as a result, our … Continue reading Address the Problem — Rewarding Employees
Ryan Stewart — November 26, 2017 Follow @ryanwashere — November 26, 2017 We pitch over 5,000 reporters, journalists and bloggers each month for clients. Our data shows personalized emails have a 3x response and success rate. “Personalization” isn’t just getting a name. It’s finding the right person in the organization and matching it with the … Continue reading Step by Step Process to Find Anyone’s Email Address
Maja Orsic — November 9, 2017 — November 9, 2017 For better or worse, our unconscious biases bolster our emotional responses. These biases “are social stereotypes about certain groups of people that individuals form outside their own conscious awareness,” writes UCSF’s Office of Diversity and Outreach. Think of them as stereotypes you’ve accidentally internalized—automatic preferences … Continue reading 14 Opportunities to Address Unconscious Biases in the Modern Workplace
Don’t send the wrong message to your customers. Columnist Ryan Phelan explains why using ‘do-not-reply’ or ‘no-reply’ in your email sending address is a bad idea. Ryan Phelan on October 2, 2017 I love talking with marketers, and I do it often. They ask me great questions about email and how to do it … Continue reading Should marketing emails use a ‘no-reply’ email address?
Kristina Podnar — July 19, 2017 Follow @kpodnar — July 19, 2017 Ray Bradbury once said, “Living at risk is jumping off the cliff and building your wings on the way down.” Copyright: jirsak / 123RF Stock Photo Ray Bradbury was a phenomenal author, but, with an attitude like that, he’d never have made it … Continue reading CFOs: Do Your 10-Q and 10-K Properly Address Digital Risks?
Amanda Clark — June 24, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— June 24, 2017 The job search process has changed a lot over the years. We’ve shifted from the days where job openings were posted on store fronts and in newspapers to websites and online job boards. In many cases, you’re uploading or emailing your resume, not handing … Continue reading Do You Still Need to Put Your Address on Your Resume?
Shivam Trika — February 17, 2017 Follow @ShivamTrika— February 17, 2017 Have you ever considered reaching out to influencers to win more exposure and sales? If you have not considered it yet, seriously, you should. Why?Because it is hands down the easiest way to bring new eyes to your work.All it takes is creating awesome … Continue reading Find Anyone’s Email Address On-The-Spot
Virginia Franco — January 14, 2017 Follow @VAFrancoResumes— January 14, 2017 These clients come through my doors all the time: smart, achievement-laden professionals, rusty where job searching is concerned. Most have not been in the job market since before the recession and others have never needed to job hunt — until now. Many have heard … Continue reading 2017 Job Hunt Misconceptions Debunked – Workarounds to Address Today’s Realities
Cosette Jarrett — December 29, 2016 Follow @cosettejarrett— December 29, 2016 As the year draws to a close, it’s a good time address your small-business needs, and to think about how to scale up operations for next year. Although growth is a good thing, it can be tough to keep up with. Keep reading for … Continue reading 3 Ways to Address Your Growing Small-Business Needs in 2017