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The Psychology Of The College Graduate

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The Psychology Of The College Graduate

1 Comment 16 May 2011

Credit No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher’s dirty looks - now money will practically grow on trees, dreams will finally come true, and we’ll all live happily ever after. Many graduates are in for a rude awakening and not simply based on the economy, or their lack of experience, but their state [...]

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PeopleJar: A New Way To Connect With Others

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PeopleJar: A New Way To Connect With Others

2 Comments 25 January 2011

PeopleJar is a social and professional networking platform where you can promote yourself and connect with others based on your interests and hobbies. Signing up is free and easy all you need is your name, e-mail, password, date of birth, and country. Tips Offered: -How does PeopleJar Work? -Create Your Profile. -Post or view a [...]

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Mom of the Week

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Mom of the Week

No Comments 17 June 2010

This week, one of my favorite networking sites, MetroImma, honored me as their "Mom of the Week"!

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Duh, Social Media is about People

5 Comments 05 August 2009

Lately I've been too caught up in the whys and hows of social networking that I lost track of what makes social media so much fun.

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Kick Back, Relax, and Join Twitter Moms for the Monthly Wine Tasting Party

No Comments 30 July 2009

It can be pretty difficult to break into the Twitter world and become the power networker that you dream of being; especially if you have no idea how to go about finding the people who would be interested in getting to know more about you, your business, and your brand. Megan Calhoun saw the potential [...]

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10 Ways to Change the World Through Social Media

3 Comments 12 May 2009

Our children will inherit a world profoundly changed by the combination of technology and humanity that is social media. They'll take for granted that their voices can be heard and that a social movement can be launched from their laptop. They'll take for granted that they are connected and interconnected with hundreds of millions of people at any given moment. And they'll take for granted that a black man is or was President of the United States.

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