The New Year holiday is often a time for reflection and for looking ahead. While circumstances prevented me from blogging as much as I wanted, I still had a successful blogging year! Below are my top 10 posts (number of views) written in 2013:
10) Do You Have A Twin On LinkedIn? Why duplicate profiles exist on LinkedIn and how you can remedy it if you have a duplicate profile.
9) The $209,200 Question My answer to the question, “What is the skill a graduating senior would need most in order to secure employment?”
8) We Take Care of Our Own What do Bruce Springsteen and networking have in common?
7) The Value Of First Impressions How first impressions of schools and universities participating in a college fair passed/failed.
6) The Secret to a Successful Job Search My answer to the question, “If you had to narrow down all of the various pieces of job search advice into the singular most important thing someone could do, what would that one thing be?”
5) Twitter Players What’s a “twitter player” and how do you spot one?
4) Follow Up To: LinkedIn Policy Is Guilty Until Proven Innocent Responding to reader questions for more information, this follow-up post provides additional detail on LinkedIn’s #swam policy.
3) Check Your Facebook Privacy Settings Ahead of Graph Search A review of how to check and change your Facebook privacy settings.
2) LinkedIn Policy Is Guilty Until Proven Innocent This was the most commented on post I wrote in 2013, which criticizes LinkedIn’s Site Wide Automatic Moderation (#swam) policy for group posts.
1) Recent Examples of PR – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly In any given week, if you look for it, you’ll find examples of public relations; good, bad and ugly. Here’s what I found at the time . . .
As 2013 winds to a close, I wish my readers a happy, healthy and prosperous 2014. Thank you for reading, commenting and sharing my posts this year. I look forward to sharing my knowledge, expertise and thoughts with you in 2014.