What Bloggers Say About Social Media in the Workplace

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“Social media has entered the workplace,” writes Christopher Lynn in Media Bullseye magazine. By now, most of us have seen some form of this – blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter. We might not use them everyday, in fact, we might not even know what some of them are. So we turn to the experts on social media. The bloggers who are writing about it everyday.

Using Social Media in the Workplace
Blog: Bruce Clay Inc. Blog

A great recap from a Forrester Research webinar on Using Social Media in the Workplace. Highlights include building social media into your enterprise planning, addressing issues with regards to compliance and privacy, and common Q&A that we may have been afraid to ask.

5 Tips for Choosing Web 2.0 Tools for Your Team
Blog: Newly Corporate

Your boss comes to you and asks you to look into web 2.0 tools – what do you do? Do you know enough to come back to your boss with some solid ideas? Here are 5 tips to get you started…

Avoiding Social Media Overload: A KISS, 3 Step Guide to Getting Started
Blog: Polly Pearson’s Blog

This category is likely where most of us would classify ourselves – OVERLOAD. Let’s all take a step back and figure out how social media fits into our organization’s plan. And don’t forget… Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS)

Left out on LinkedIn: How can I use LinkedIn more effectively?
Blog: Career Adventure

Don’t just connect with people you know…learn how to really leverage LinkedIn. Perfect for recruiters, recent graduates, salespeople, business development, and many more. Learn how to make LinkedIn work for you.

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