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Talent Assembly as Recruitment 2.0

For most of recruiting’s history, in some ways all jobs were created equal. If your organization needed a human worker, you solicited qualified candidates to work full-time, onsite at your location, with the expectation that they’d be there for the foreseeable future. Traditional employees still exist, of course. But due to a combination of demographic shifts and technology advances, the recruitment role has become exponentially more complicated. I’ve talked about the rise of the gig economy for...
Tags: Post, New York, Technology, Careers, America, Management, Recruiting, Current Affairs, Npr, Upwork, Washington Post Talent Network, HR Issues, Employment Trends, Life in the 21st Century, Humanity Works, Talent Assembly as Recruitment


Five ways to improve your in-house customer service team

This is a guest post from Sam Makad. Customer service forms an integral part of any organization. Especially when it comes to customer engagement and retention, the heavy burden of developing connections and satisfying curious or ruffled customers lies on the shoulders of your customer service team. The Importance of Good Customer Service for Retaining Customers By providing top-notch service to your customers, you can boost your retention rate significantly with a direct impact on your company’...
Tags: Business, Technology, Customer Experience, Customer Service, Employee Engagement, Culture, Team, Customer Experience Management, Call Centre, Employee Experience, Customer Satisfaction, Team Development, Sam Makad, Importance of Good Customer Service, Dream Customer Service


Mac Problems and How to Fix Them

This article was contributed by Jason Dirkham. When you run a small business, whether as part of a small team or on your own, you need tech that’s going to be reliable. That’s why you bought a MacBook. Not only were you investing in the Apple name, a name synonymous with style and design but a name that speaks quality.  The MacBook does everything you need it to and much more besides and for the most part has never let you down but even the most sophisticated of home computers can run up agai...
Tags: Apple, Business, Sales, Jason Dirkham, Mac Problems, Grey Screen


Changes Made To Earned Subscribers Column in Google Ads

    Have any of you video marketers noticed a change in your campaign reporting in Google Ads within the past few weeks? Don’t worry. You’re not the only one if you did.  If you didn’t, it’s a minor but important change to be aware of. This past weekend, I logged into an account to check on some video campaigns I’m running. When I looked at the earned action columns, I immediately noticed a change. I’ll go over this change really quick, but first let me explain what earned actions are to anyon...
Tags: Google, Sem, Video Ads, Youtube Advertising, Don, Google Ads, Earned Action Columns, Earned Actions, Earned Subscribers, Bryant Garvin


Long Now hosts Anthropocene Film Festival

Phosphorus Mining Long Now is honored to host the San Francisco premiere of ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch on Sunday, September 29, 02019 at 1:30pm at the historic Castro Theatre. This special Sunday afternoon Seminar will feature the film screening, followed by a Q&A with Stewart Brand and all 3 filmmakers. A cinematic meditation on humanity’s massive reengineering of the planet, ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch is a documentary film from Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier and E...
Tags: Art, Future, San Francisco, Announcements, Castro Theater, Stewart Brand, Edward Burtynsky, Anthropocene Working Group, Anthropocene Epoch, Jennifer Baichwal Nicholas de Pencier, Phosphorus Mining Long Now


Search Advertising Show Slides – September 2019

The Search Advertising Show is a brand new conference brought to you by the team behind BrightonSEO, dedicated to paid search on Google, Bing and Amazon. The first event took place on the 12th September 2019 and if you weren’t able to attend or just want to revisit the slides from the day for all those top tips and takeaways, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’ve collated the speaker slides from the day. You’ll notice that we haven’t got all of them yet, so if you come across any, or would like ...
Tags: Google, Sem, Ppc, The Digital Marketing Blog, Google Bing, Rob Watson, Duane Brown, James Murray, Kirk Williams, Matthew Soakell, Alec Burns, Nils Rooijmans, Holly Ebcinoglu, Nadya Birca, Richard Falconer, Corey Lendru


5 Ways to Secure Your WordPress Hosting

There’s little doubt that WordPress is the king of eCommerce and blogging platforms. The popular content management and website builder claims more than 60 percent of the market share and powers more than one-third of the websites in existence. Unfortunately, that popularity also makes it a prominent target for hackers and trouble makers.   A lot of security actually comes down to the host. Hosting companies are generally split into ones that own their own data centers or rent datacenter sp...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Nathan Finch, WordPress Security Statistics Nearly, Backup and Backup Again Backup


How to Reduce SPAM

Comment Spam, Form Spam - will it ever stop? Here's how to identify it and some quick and easy ways to eliminate it from filling your inbox. Continue reading → The post How to Reduce SPAM appeared first on AreWeConnected.com. AreWeConnected is AreWeConnected.com - Custom WordPress Websites that Rock!
Tags: Technology, Wordpress, Seo


Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 review: less business, more modern design

Same Bose magic now sleeker, with better controls, calling and adaptable noise cancellingBose’s new top-of-the range 700 noise-cancelling headphones attempt to be the new gold standard, with a new design, new technology and a shift in focus.Launched to sit atop the long-standing kings of noise-cancelling cans, the £300 QuietComfort 35 II, the new £350 Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 look to shift Bose’s rather staid image toward something more modern and fashionable. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, Bluetooth, Headphones, Digital music and audio, Bose


YouTube summer camps: Chips with Everything podcast

Jordan Erica Webber is joined by Richard Sprenger, who recently went to Los Angeles to learn more about a new summer camp that aims to teach six to 10-year-olds how to become the next YouTube sensation. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, Children, Youtube, Los Angeles, Jordan Erica Webber, Richard Sprenger



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