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The land of LinkedIn can be a strange place. As professionals, we all kind of know that we need to have a profile on LinkedIn, but other than connecting with our college friends and past and current colleagues, what’s an ambitious job seeker to do? Whether you’re currently considering a new job or trying to […]

Facebook, much like your rich aunt who keeps unnecessarily remodeling her perfectly fine house, is once again making changes to their industry-leading social media platform. Zuckerberg and his minions dropped their latest update on the unsuspecting Facebook community earlier this summer. Making the announcement, Facebook’s VP of Product Management Adam Mosseri discussed the importance of accurate newsfeed rankings, revisited the […]

The internet is now entering the age of H2H marketing – human to human, that is. The idea that personal interaction is really the crux of digital marketing shouldn’t be all that surprising; Facebook has some 1.65 billion monthly active users that represent people from all kinds of geographic locations, economic backgrounds, and industries and their personal […]

Recently a Chair 10 Marketing team member ran into an interesting survey when logging into Facebook. The purpose of the survey was to gauge user response to a variety of posts. To achieve this goal, the survey showed a series of Facebook posts with a wide range of content. Some were clearly advertisements for local […]

Earlier this month, Pew released the results of a September 2014 survey gauging the social media habits of Internet users. In a bit of a shocker, Facebook appeared to fall behind its competitors in terms of yearly growth for the first time. While Facebook is still the top dog overall with 71% of Internet users […]

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