With more and more schools turning to social media to reach students, there’s no question your online life is being looked at by people who matter. The following do’s and don’ts will ensure social networks are your ally – not your enemy – as you apply for scholarships, internships and, later, jobs.
Social media snark creates a serious challenge for businesses when working to communicate via social media portals. It’s often challenging and confusing determining how to respond to these remarks, and businesses can find themselves scratching their heads at how they became the center of a snarky debate.
Professional communicators are invited to attend Summer Camp 2010, a professional development seminar presented by the Arkansas Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday, June 25, in downtown Little Rock.