by Ankita Rao “Of the social media mullet, Facebook is the party in the back, LinkedIn is the business in the front,” said Sandra Fish, a University of Colorado professor, evoking the notorious hairstyle. In a Flash Technology panel Fish joined Digital First’s Mandy Jenkins and Breaking News’ Stephanie Clary in outlining the use of social media for research, reporting and getting eyeballs to a story. LinkedIn, for example, is home to several company job listings, but also networking groups with a steady stream of conversation. Fish urged Jawdesses to give a descriptive version of their CV on the site,... read more
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