Twitter chats are a great place for learning and networking, but the fast pace can be intimidating. These 10 tips will help you adjust to the pace more quickly.
LinkedIn is considered the social network for professionals, which means that college students should be using it. But “using” LinkedIn is about more than just building a profile and waiting for internship and job offers to coming pouring in. This post will help you understand how to use LinkedIn to effectively build your professional network.
Blog commenting is key to online engagement. Unfortunately, many blog comments are about as deep as a puddle after a short rain. The comments lack substance and leave the blogger wondering if the commenter even read the post. Here are six tips for deeper blog commenting.
Guest posting is an excellent and relatively painless way to get published and add lines to your professional resume.
Twitter chats can be a dizzying at first, but the information you gain and the relationships you build make them worth a bit of head spinning. Here’s my advice for those who are new to Twitter chats. What’s yours?
I’m celebrating my fourth Twitter birthday by sharing some things I love about the medium. What’s your favorite thing about Twitter?
I will live tweet the session I attend at the annual College Media Advisers conference in New York. You can find the tweets @profkrg using the #cmanyc13 hashtag. I also am presenting several sessions, and I will post slides and other supplementary materials on this site. Enjoy the conference!