Unless your career is centered on shock-jock sensationalism, you may find there is little to gain in offending or polarizing your social networks — and much to lose, including professional credibility and potential future opportunities.
In folklore, trolls live under bridges and taunt passersby. Today, trolls are no less vile. Like everything else, however, they’ve gone digital, lurking online. Their goal isn’t engaging online communities; it’s enraging them. An
What Is LinkedIn? LinkedIn is a 21st-century White Pages that lists not only members’ names, but also their jobs, education and skills. Essentially, your LinkedIn profile is a virtual resume that you can share with
By now, you’ve probably heard you should be on LinkedIn. Whether you’re a new college graduate or a veteran registered dietitian nutritionist, your LinkedIn profile has the power to fast-track your career. Used to its
If you have a smartphone or tablet computer, you probably already have software applications — commonly called "apps" — on it because most come pre-loaded with at least a few. Apps created for specific functions
Joining LinkedIn just to create a profile is like attending a networking event just to shake hands: It’s fun, but rarely fruitful. To make the most of their LinkedIn experience, RDNs should make the most
If you’re like many people, you have a Facebook profile to connect with old friends, share updates about your life, browse funny pictures and play games. But there’s another type of presence on Facebook that’s
In 2007, grocery chain Whole Foods landed in the hot seat when the Federal Trade Commission discovered co-CEO John Mackey had spent seven years trawling Yahoo! Finance’s online bulletin boards, publishing more than 1,100 posts