Jobseekers have a convenient new tool available to them to measure the effectiveness of their tweeting when it comes to the job search. Twitter just unveiled Twitter Web Analytics, a first-party web analytics tool. This arose in response to the disparity between one’s knowledge of the way content impacts Twitter (or, perhaps, is impacted by [...]
Tweetnote Address? Conference tweet-chats? Who would have thought we’d be conducting conferences via Twitter? But that’s exactly what will happen on Tuesday, July 19th, from 9:00am-3:15pm (Pacific) when The American Jobs Conference takes place. Sponsored by TweetMyJobs, the conference will kick off with a “tweet-note” (aka keynote) from 2012 Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty. Subsequent sessions [...]
We found a New York Times story of March 24, 2011 to be a fascinating testament to the growing use of Twitter to support easier hiring. Here’s what happened: In the latest bow to the power of digital and the latest blow to old-school resumes, the Campbell Mithun ad agency in Minneapolis held a unique [...]
As Twitter turns five, a few up-to-date stats on Twitter usage. Here’s a big one: Limiting status updates to 140 character messages at a time has been popular–to the tune of 140 million tweets per day.
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We just received word today that the Twitter Job Search Guide is a finalist for Foreword Reviews’ 2010 Book of the Year Award. The Twitter Job Search Guide is one of 11 nominees for Careers books.