Paul Gumbinner of The Gumbinner Company heads up the one of the nation’s preeminent search firms for advertising account management, media, and account planning. Paul discusses how the search world has changed and what candidates need to do to successfully navigate the search waters in one of the toughest job markets ever. Right click to download .mp3 file.
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Whether your goal is a new customer, or new job, more than ever your online credibility is a key factor in your prospects’ decision making. That holds true for every service, institution, organization and professional who takes their career seriously. Whichever category you fall into there’s a list of ways to build your online credibility. There’s also a list of things that can detract from it.
Listen as John Follis presents to a crowded audience at the 2012 New York Small Business Expo on topics that include, Social Media, Facebook Pages, Content Marketing, Video, Blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Google, Branding, and the value of “G-cred”.
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Sometimes marketing involves keeping yourself marketable. Jennifer Jones is a great example of that. While many Baby Boomers find themselves struggling, Jennifer is thriving in a career that’s taken her through multiple job markets, and job titles. In the early 80’s it landed her at a Silicon Valley PR firm working on a little computer company called Apple. In this unique interview Jennifer shares her experience confronting an angry Steve Jobs and being a key part of the successful Macintosh launch. Today, she heads up Jennifer Jones & Partners, a premier Silicon Valley firm providing marketing advice and communications to tech and healthcare venture capital and private equity firms.
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You’re on LinkedIn. Great. But how effectively are you using it? “Not very” says Ana Quillinan who claims that 75% of users aren’t taking full advantage of the site. Listen to why LinkedIn — if used well — could be the best way to find a new job, new client, or new business partner. Right click to download.
Are entrepreneurs born, or made? If the teacher is Dale Jasinski, it’s definitely the latter. Dale is the Dept Chair of Management and Entrepreneurship at Quinnipiac University. With savvy professors, like Dale, and a curriculum equal to or better than many Ivy League schools, QU is pumping out some of the best and brightest young business leaders in the country. In this Part 1, Dale describes his business roots and what helped him become a successful business owner with offices in three cities. Right click to download.
Listen as Dr. Dale Jasinski, describes his teaching and mentoring experiences at Quinnipiac University and why he gets up “every morning with a smile” on his face “and a song” in his heart. Right click to download.
Author of the “Spare Room Tycoon”, one of the best books I’ve ever read on self-employment, James Chan offers his wisdom and good humor on the challenges and rewards of business independence. Right click to download.
Talk to any successful professional and they’ll tell you that networking is a key to their success. The question is: How do you network in a way that’s truly effective? Because while smart networking can propel a career and business, dumb networking is a time waster, and worse, a bad reflection on you. Which is why what Liz has to offer is worth listening to. Right click here to download.