Gischeleman: "To Create With the Mind"
Today, I am very happy to announce that I have joined Voce Communications- specifically, I am with the Voce Connect business group, working on social media programs for a number of their big-ticket clients. Friends who have followed my job search know that I was looking for something that more explicitly draws on the social [...]
I read this short piece, “The Great Journalism Exodus,” by Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic. In it, he discusses the fact that many journalists are switching over to public relations jobs. That’s nothing new, but we’re definitely seeing more of it in this economy, and with the “traditional” media changing and shedding jobs in the [...]
I have blogged already of the importance of having a network in place even when you are not actively seeking work. Another thought that has crossed my mind frequently is the actual makeup of a network. Every person has his or her role, no matter how many people make up the network. I actually see [...]
This year, for the third year in a row, I’m riding the Pan-Mass Challenge. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, the PMC is a 2-day ride across Massachusetts that is the largest single fundraiser for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston (if you would like to sponsor my ride, my fundraising page is: [...]
Inbound marketing? What the heck does that have to do with the job market? Well, first a quick definition of inbound marketing from the Hubspot blog, in a post by Rick Burnes: Inbound Marketers flip outbound marketing on its head. Instead of interrupting people with television ads, they create videos that potential customers want to see. [...]