Showing posts from May, 2011

What is Empire Avenue?

It’s a game! It’s a Social Media site! It’s a waste of time!
There has been a lot of buzz over the last couple of months about this new Social Media site. You probably have a Facebook account, maybe a Facebook Page for your business, then there’s Twitter, LinkedIn, in fact so many social media sites are out there, it’s a wonder any of us get any commercial work done at all! @Jerry_Albright:)
I have heard that Empire Avenue is similar to Klout but with more bells and whistles.
But you have to ask yourself. What’s in it for me?
So! What’s it all about?
Login in with either Facebook Login or email address. This is great for me as I have two accounts. One for my Recruitment Business (BaRecruitment) and the other for me (JobRich)Link your social media accounts. These include; Twitter, Facebook (Profile and Page) Flikr, YouTube and LinkedIn and Blogs. Your active social media accounts count towards your share price. You start off with 10,000 Eaves (their virtual …

5 Top Ti‘P’s to guide you through an interview

PREPARATIONFind out all you can about the organisation by ringing for an informal discussion, surfing the web, requesting brochures, or ask your consultant at your recruitment agency for more information.
PRESENTATIONDress smart. Make an effort! Suits for both men and women are best and always SMILE! You never get a second chance to make a first impression.
PUNCTUALAlways be early and be sure you know how to get there. Always contact the interviewer/consultant if you are lost.

PREDETERMINEAsking questions is always an opportunity to impress. Predetermine a few questions and write them down to take into the interview.

POSITIVE Stay positive throughout. If you have any doubts, try to ask questions in a positive manner

Facebook - How to “Like” other pages whilst using your page.

Have you ever had the situation where you want to like a company’s (or person's) Page but you don’t want that Page cluttering up your own personal News Feed stream?
Well, there is a way that you can interact with other Pages whilst being in your own (Company or Personal) Page.
Let me explain…
Firstly, you will need to have administrator rights for your own Page.Log into Facebook.comAt the top right of your screen click on the “Account” link, a drop down list appears.Click “Use Facebook as Page”Decide which Page you would like to be.You'll now be able to interact with other pages as your page.Whe you Like a new Page, this Like (and it's News Stream) will only appear when you use that Page again. I have a Page and I often like other businesses through it.
To revert back to your own profile, follow these points;
At the top right of your screen click on the “Account” link, a drop down list appears.Just …