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.
1. Keep Your Professional and Personal Social Media Profiles Separate Everyone has family, friends and interests outside of their careers. It’s important! But once you reach a certain level in your professional life — a
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
Looking for an online space where you can make connections, conduct conversations and stay up-to-date on breaking news and current events? Try Twitter. Twitter is a social media platform where users share ideas, thoughts and