We want YOU.

With all of our writers, authors, and bloggers we always try to give you guys everything and anything you’d want and need to know when it comes to college and life post graduation. But we always want to hear from you if there’s something we’re not covering. Don’t be shy. No topic is off topic. … Continue reading

Twitter Tutorial – Part I

76% of Twitter users are either in college or are college grads. Compare that to Facebook, with only 50% in or having gone to college (Digital Buzz). Of course, people who have not gone to college are on Twitter, too, but it seems like Twitter is a prerequisite for college-goers these days. It’s a great … Continue reading

How to Get Hired Using Social Media: Twitter (Part 3)

Twitter: Building a Name for Yourself Twitter is a great way to become, or at least appear to be, an authority in your field and to build relationships with people who have similar interests. Think of Twitter as a giant house with thousands of rooms. Each room is talking about different topics ranging from Kim … Continue reading

The Birkin of Gen Y Career Advancement Sites:

The author of article, Susan Lyne Joins Female Angels Backing Levo League, LinkedIn for Ladies, for $1M compares the Levo League to a female version of the Skull and Bones, “the elite Yale University society whose members include some of the most powerful men of the 20th century (CBS News: The Skull and Bones).” I … Continue reading

Face the Facts About Facebook: 5 Facebook Rules You Should Follow (If You Don’t Already)

Face the Facts About Facebook: 5 Facebook Rules You Should Follow: 1. Next time you’re playing water pong at the local watering hole remember not to put the pictures up on Facebook. 2. If you wouldn’t want a parent/grandparent seeing your photo that’s probably a good indication that you shouldn’t put it online. 3. Don’t … Continue reading

Your Employer Owns Your Facebook Account

A few days ago we discovered that some companies are requiring interviewees to hand over their Facebook password in order to proceed with the interview process. I think we can all agree that this is an outrage and completely unnecessary. It has recently come to our attention from an unnamed source that some employers that … Continue reading

10 Complimentary white pages

Here are 10 free White Papers that are really helpful. 1.) Pinterest – Learn how to increase traffic, leads and sales by reaching more than 11 million people http://bit.ly/GGdZQe The fastest-growing social media site ever has become a huge traffic referral (arguably, more powerful than Google+) for all businesses. An increasing number of companies are … Continue reading

Social Media Isn’t Just For Socializing

Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Myspace (if you’re still using Myspace…) are all social media outlets that are used for that very reason: to socialize. But as you’ll see, social media outlets are used for more than just socializing now. Businesses use it to interact with consumers, people branch out and network, brands start to market differently, … Continue reading

Want a job? Sure. Just give us your Facebook password.

Boston.com is reporting that some employers are now requiring job seekers to hand over their Facebook profiles. The interview process will go as any other normal process followed by  “Ok great, now can you just log into your Facebook account for us.” Where’s the trust? Where is the interviewing skills of the employer? Why is … Continue reading