You've seen it. It seems like every other post on social media is some salacious story about something or other, and people get all up in arms about it. Unfortunately... a lot of the time, those "news" stories aren't real.
Are you looking for a job? Do you have a Facebook account? Twitter? Instagram? Be careful what you post. That's the word from a new survey out from staffing firm OfficeTeam, which reveals the top social media mistakes HR managers say take job seekers out of the running for a posi…
We here at our stations use social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter every day. It's something we do to keep you updated with the latest. When we have breaking news about stuff, it can be the fastest way to get the word out there.
I like interacting with you guys and asking you all sorts of different questions to just get a feel of how you're feeling. This week on Enquiring Minds I've asked you guys all sorts of things - about your Father, about your vacations, and more!
We here at our radio stations try to keep things up to date our on Facebook pages - we want you to know the latest, and social media can be the easiest way to get that done. But then I was looking through my own personal account the other day and made a decision.