Leading the company’s involvement this year is Matt Tindale, appointed as LinkedIn’s new managing director for Australia and New Zealand earlier this year.
Ask any entrepreneur who has taken part in the Talent Unleashed Awards about the benefits of being involved and it is almost guaranteed one of the first things they will mention is the Talent Unleashed network, and the calibre of the people and organisations in it. One of those organisations in LinkedIn, which has been […]
WithYouWithMe looks to combat veteran unemployment rates through its online job matching platform, which pairs veterans to jobs.
Dropbox has announced that Tony Ward, managing director of SurveyMonkey, will be taking over the mantle of the company’s ANZ Country Manager.
On-demand photography startup Snappr has announced today its expansion into the US with the opening of a San Francisco office and backing from YCombinator.
Startup Job Toolbox provides job seekers with an educational workshop covering the ins and outs of navigating the job application process.
Today, Lynda hits a major milestone, entering into an agreement to be acquired by the world’s largest professional network, LinkedIn for an eye-watering US$1.5 billion.
LinkedIn has added new tools to help them find the right university by providing students with information on what courses to study, where to apply for them and linking them to people who can provide sound advice on their respective choices.
“Blow your own career horn” is the motto behind Australian startup Trumpet Page – first in the country to develop an innovative online platform for contractors and freelancers to create interactive visual resumes. The site is set to outshine career platforms like LinkedIn with a lack-lustre interface.
Founded by Allison Baker and Fiona Anson, Workible officially launched this month after some intense BETA testing.
Social media trends for 2013 come in all shapes and sizes. Some of these 2013 social media marketing trends may not seem surprising at all while others may be something you had no idea about. Either way, our quick review of some hot trends in social networking for 2013 will give your business a jump on where you should focus your social media strategy in the coming year.
If you owned a Lamborghini, would you only drive on side streets and never go above 50 kilometers per hour? Of course you wouldn’t. You would push your Lamborghini’s powerful engine to the limit and make the most of its advanced driving technology.
Are you using LinkedIn to its fullest potential? Do you spend most of your time on LinkedIn answering requests to connect with other business professionals, reading through the long list of updates, logging out of your account and then checking out your Twitter feed? If so, you and your business are missing out on a number of other powerful tools and opportunities this social media channel provides.
Isn’t it time your B2B business began to use social media to grow its bottom line? Do you have a B2B social media marketing plan ready to roll out? If you answered yes to both questions and your business is planning to devote most of its time, money and energy to Facebook and Twitter, you should rethink your plan.