I recently watched a Dateline NBC segment retelling the tragic tale of two Florida teenage girls fighting over a boyfriend. The young man admittedly was dating the two girls for over a year and egged on their rivalry. Family and friends were also aware of the two-timing Romeo and the growing … [Read more...] about A Facebook Tragedy
If you’ve ever undertaken the task of building a new website for yourself or your company then you understand how overwhelming a task it can be. It’s one of those jobs that seems like it will be fairly simple and that you can complete quickly but once you scratch the surface and start figuring out … [Read more...] about When Should Your Site go Live?
Have you been checking out ex-boyfriends or girlfriends on Facebook? Have you been wondering who’s checking out your Facebook profile? It’s tempting to know isn’t it?? I recently read an article in Real Simple magazine that called out a new scam that could lead to your identity being robbed. … [Read more...] about Spying With Social Media?
Launching a column called Digital You on Valentine’s Day is quite fitting. Today is much more than a “Hallmark holiday” as I used to refer to it, because now we no longer need cards to send a message of love, like or lust -- we can email, Tweet or even post on a loved one’s Facebook Wall. Instead of … [Read more...] about A Very Public Valentine
These last few years have seen a surge in the business of personal branding. Entrepreneurs carved out unique niches, small businesses grew, while other professionals and reengineered, recreated, or rebooted their careers.However, for others, there was still a gap between where they were and where … [Read more...] about What is Personal Branding?
Hello dear readers, today we have a guest post on the topic of the business card. Is it still important? Do you still carry one? If you’re networking to establish lasting work relationships, even a business person with a veritable army of LinkedIn connections will acknowledge that nothing beats a … [Read more...] about Hand Shake vs. ‘Bump’: Pixels Don’t Always Trump Paper