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Job seekers can join communities of others in their field to network and find job leads.
There are two blogs, one for employers and one for job seekers with articles specific to the types of searches and strategies each side can benefit from implementing.
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Facebook, Inc, recently launched a brand-new ad format, called a "
Featured Story," which dumps paid content – rather than updates
from Great Aunt Lynn about her recent biopsy or one of those
internet memes – squarely into our news feeds. Worse, these paid
advertisements (a.k.a. "news feed) shows the actions of the
Facebook users friends and these ads are front-and-center on our
Facebook news feed. Great. More ads. I've been mildly annoyed by
the ads (read: "Sponsored Stories") on the sidebar of Facebook, but
have been able to tune them out. Now, when I'm blearily checking to
see if I've gotten any response to my "Which Disney Princess Are
You?" post, I'm bound to accidentally click a Featured Story. You
know what? I'm sick of ads. Because I have to sell my firstborn son
in order to see a movie these days, I do it perhaps twice a year.
As consumers, we are bombarded with thousands (okay, that’s just a pulled out of thin air estimate…) of purchasing decisions daily. Or maybe weekly. In any case, which cell phone to buy, what plumber to hire, where to get the best sushi are just a few of the questions your average shopper might have to deal with on any given day.
Fortunately we can turn to a variety of sources to assist us in obtaining the best value for our hard-earned dollars in the form of customer reviews.
Keeping track of coupons can be tedious and time consuming. Using paper coupons requires that you find, clip and then store them in a place where they can be used when needed…before they expire. It can also be tough to find coupons for items you really need among the pages of coupons for things you never use. Trying to remember you have a coupon is a chore in itself. Companies like Offermatic have been working to take advantage of the digital aspect of shopping. These companies will monitor