Author Archives: Paladin

5 Tips to Get Hired Faster

You may not have control over the hiring process, but there are measures you can take to speed it up. Follow these tried-and-true guidelines to get hired faster.

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How Hiring a Prime Creative Team is Like Creating a Work of Art

If you’ve ever built a team of creatives from the ground up, you know there’s artistry involved in hiring the right people.

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What the Infinity Stones Can Teach Job Seekers

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has supplanted Jurassic World as the biggest summer movie of all time.

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When Creatives and Marketers Collide

When describing the relationship between marketers and creatives, words like complicated, delicate, and strained often come to mind. These professionals work toward a common goal, but their approaches can be vastly different.

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How to Manage a Marketing Team with the Infinity Stones

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War made a mind-boggling $641 million dollars in its opening weekend.

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Why your business’ brand is important when hiring marketers

According to LinkedIn, 80 percent of global talent and HR managers believe “a great brand makes it easier to recruit top talent.

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3 Simple Tools to Improve Your Social Media Calendar

If you are working on your own, staying on top of your social media strategies are essential to your survival. If you have a team, you are wrestling an octopus!

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The Pressure is on for Internal Communicators

I wrote this because I am starting to hear a big trend from my communications clients, and there seems to be a bit of a lag or disconnect in the candidate marketplace.

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3 PR Disasters That You Can Learn From

Public relations disasters happen, and some of them can be avoided or learned from. We take a trip down memory lane to remember some of the horrifying moments of 2017 (and there were plenty!

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When Sales and Marketing Collaborate

Marketing and sales departments often work separately for an array of reasons. They don’t work in the same capacity and don’t understand the other jobs.

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