Archive | October, 2007

Halloween

31 October 2007

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The munchins in my home made out like bandits for Halloween this year (per usual). So cute!

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Top 10 Job Posting Tips

24 October 2007

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I had training from Career Builder’s job-posting gurus today and they shared a few posting tips with me: Add Keywords — This means the job title and all other relevant information should be clearly listed, repeated, using various forms of words, alternate versions of the same words, etc. For example: Administrative = Admin, Clerical, Filing… […]

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Calendar: Blogging for Business Conference Monday

18 October 2007

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The Blogging for Business conference will be next Monday. Click below to see the Rocky Mountain Voices vidcast with Matt Reinbold and Brad Baldwin

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Monday: Blogging for Business Conference — US-UT-Salt Lake City

17 October 2007

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Monday, the Blogging for Business conference kicks off in Salt Lake City at the Marriott Downtown. While the finishing touches are being put on the event I understand there may be a few people wavering as to whether to attend. On October 22nd you’ll: come face to face with industry heavyweights, noted authors, and leading […]

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Calendar: Utah Tech Spotlight — DOBA

11 October 2007

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Take a breather Thursday and go check out Doba, courtesy of the jockeys over at TwelveHorses. P.S. Don’t forget that Doba is hosting Guy Kawasaki in a few weeks: “Not only has Jeremy been very successful in building his company here in Utah (currently ranked the 23rd fastest growing privately held business in the Nation), […]

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Utah Unemployment Death-Grip Loosening?

11 October 2007

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Wow, what an amazing year this has been. The very tight unemployment rate seems to finally be seeing a little light with some well-known Utah companies laying off employees, other movement of employees from company to company still strong, and the relative salaries being paid seeming to stabilize instead of the spiraling out-of-control, even excessive […]

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