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April 04, 2008


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Mike Chapman

Great post. What seems to be developing is that smart candidates, and businesses, are using social media to perfectly compliment their traditional communications, organizational and marketing campaigns. So they're adding to the mix and, as a consequence, able to cut back in the other areas where it's appropriate. I'll write it again, the smart ones are doing it. Those with their heads in the sand may not be considered smart these days. I love this blog.


Mike — Yes, indeed: the smart ones. I find it amazing that so many social media tools, which will help candidates and companies, are still not being used and/or are being ignored. Amazing. Will they ever get it? Time will tell -- hopefully, not too late fore them...

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