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#SocialTimeTV Special Edition Interview with Jessica Miller-Merrell

Today is an awesome day at Social Time TV. In a Special Edition interview I speak with Jessica Miller-Merrel, SPHR aka Blogging4Jobs about her exciting new adventure in the HR Technology space called Workology. Jessica shares insights on how to build relationships in the world of Social HR [Human Resources] and some key marketing mistakes to avoid. In addition, we talk privacy in Social Recruiting where Jessica explains how she dares employers to ask her for her Social Media passwords. The Result? She sues, retires to a beach and they end up on the evening news. Enjoy!

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Social Time TV: The Boys are Back

Well, Sean and Greg are at it again. After a long hiatus, Social Time TV is back again. In this episode, Sean Charles (aka SocialMediaSean) and Greg Viloria (aka SocialGreg) talk about the big four Social Networks: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and more, give some of the latest insight into each one and why you have to make more effort these days. Give it a view or a listen!

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Tweet Your Way To A Positive World

On this episode, I get the chance to interview Nikki Thibodeau, the founder of #PositiveThurs! Positive Thursday is a community of people, who on Thursdays, tweet positive things. Things from pictures to quotes, exciting news, appreciation for others and more! All around, it’s a positive time on the hashtag. Nikki shares with us the tools she uses to schedule tweets, monitor the hashtag, curate the content, all the way to the link shortener for her blog post. […]

Social Networks Battle for the Iron Throne

Sean and Greg are at it again. After a long hiatus, Social Time TV is back again. In this episode, Sean Charles (aka SocialMediaSean) and Greg Viloria (aka SocialGreg) talk about the big four Social Networks: Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn and give some of the latest insight into each one. Give it a view […]

Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer WFH? #SocialTimeTV

Hello, and welcome to this week’s episode of #SocialTimeTV. This week Greg Viloria and I discuss what is up with Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer WFH (Work From Home) policy changes, some exciting new Facebook Apps and HOW TO use the new Facebook Follow. […]

Fashion Gets Social while Facebook Gets a VoiceLift #SocialTimeTV

It’s #SocialTimeTV Episode 7 and my fellow social technology geek friend Greg Viloria (@SocialGreg) and  I Sean Charles (@SocialMediaSean) give you the social network weekly updates from Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and others. In this episode, we cover vertical Social Fashion Network – Polyvore, Facebook Messenger, what Facebook is doing with Gowalla, a Google+ / Facebook notifications tutorial and more.
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Twitter to Kred, It’s Not Me It’s You #SocialTimeTV

Social Time TV presents the 5th episode of “This Week in Social Tech” hosted by myself Sean Charles (@SocialMediaSean) and Greg Viloria (@SocialGreg). We discuss  the weekly updates from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest. In this episode, we talk about Twitter’s API battle with Kred, FBs lighten’s the Zynga Anchor, LinkedIn wants to tell you what skills your need and more social technology awesomeness.  […]

#SocialTime Show: This Week in Social Media

 Today on the Social Time Show we talk about the latest updates to your favorite social media networking sites including Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and more. We look at the big leap Facebook made into the social job search and recruiting space with Facebook job boards. Also, we take a hands on look at Thinglink, Facebook Mobile and Gluu.me apps.
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Social Time: On Your Marks, Get Set, LinkedIn!

Welcome to our first episode of the Social Time Show. This week we discuss a big week for LinkedIn with Klout like behavior and thought leaders get LinkedIn Blog time. We also talk about Facebook becoming more “giving.”, Twitter surveys and Facebook open source. My social media tip of the week is about how to optimize your post for Facebook. Ending off our episode we talk about Greg’s interview with Guy Kawasaki and his new Google+ book ‘What the Plus!”

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