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Search Optimization Free Webinar Invitation

Dear Sir or Madame,

SEO, SEM, Internet marketing - whatever you call it the goal is the same.
When your potential customer searches Google or another search engine
(hello, BING!), you want to be No. 1. Or if not No. 1, at least on
PAGE 1. But how do you get to the top of Google? What is the path to
SEO success? SEO for those who do not know the term stands for Search
Engine Optimization.

Join us for this introductory, no cost, no obligation free webinar on
SEO and the top ten FREE SEO tools. It's fun, it's fast-paced, and you
will walk away with a lot of no cost no obligation information you can
use in your own business.

It's couldn't be easier to register, just go here:

http://best-s-e-o-tips.com/1/may30.html?pfares2.joboffering@blogger.com

Want to know more? Each class is taught online in webinar format.
You take it from your own desk. Topics include SEO / page tags, SEO /
Website structure. Link building. News. Everything you need to know
to get Google or SEO…

Big Data, Trying to Build Better Workers

New York Times, April 20 Breakthroughs in workforce science, a new field of study which leverages Big Data, are making it possible to change the workplace so that it is more adaptive to the needs of workers. In some cases, workforce science calls into question long-held beliefs about what makes employees effective. For example, workforce science has found that an applicant’s work history is not always a good predictor of future results. Overall, workforce science adds a large dose of data analysis to the field of HR management, which has traditionally relied heavily on intuition and established practice to guide hiring, promotion and career planning. Workforce science, in short, is what happens when Big Data meets HR management. For too long, most companies have been flying completely blind, without any way to measure the workplace. Today, every e-mail, instant message, phone call, line of written code and mouse-click leaves a digital signal. These patterns can now be inexpensively co…

The New Résumé: It's 140 Characters

Wall Street Journal, April 9 For IT workers, Twitter is becoming the new job board as well as the new résumé of choice. Fed up with traditional recruiting sites and floods of irrelevant résumés, some recruiters are turning to Twitter to post jobs, hunt for candidates and research applicants. Job seekers, in turn, are trying to summarize their CVs in 140 characters. Twitter, which was founded in 2006, isn't yet revolutionizing recruiting, but some employers are already using it to great advantage, citing quick, direct contact with candidates and access to broad networks. This appeal will grow as Twitter develops functionality allowing recruiters to target the right individuals at the right time with tweets. For now, the rules of recruiting on Twitter are still unclear. Job seekers are determining the proper mix of professional details and personal updates. There’s also debate about how to write a 140-character résumé in the form of a single tweet summarizing one's experience an…

Invitation ~ Free Top 10 SEO / Google Tools Event

Dear Sir or Madame,

SEO, SEM, Internet marketing - whatever you call it the goal is the same.
When your potential customer searches Google or another search engine
(hello, BING!), you want to be No. 1. Or if not No. 1, at least on
PAGE 1. But how do you get to the top of Google? What is the path to
SEO success? SEO for those who do not know the term stands for Search
Engine Optimization.

Join us for this introductory, no cost, no obligation free webinar on
SEO and the top ten FREE SEO tools. It's fun, it's fast-paced, and you
will walk away with a lot of no cost no obligation information you can
use in your own business.

It's couldn't be easier to register, just go here:

http://best-seo-tips.com/1/may9.html?pfares2.joboffering@blogger.com

Want to know more? Each class is taught online in webinar format.
You take it from your own desk. Topics include SEO / page tags, SEO /
Website structure. Link building. News. Everything you need to know
to get Google or SEO fi…

Java job oracle

I believe most of you are aware of our Java Jobs site [1] and that we're hiring for a number of positions around the world (Bay area, Burlington MA, China, St. Petersburg, Sweden among other areas).I'd like to draw attention a new position I'm hiring for [2] in the Java SE PM team to help with requirements, content creation, white papers, demos and other publicly facing assets related to Java and security features.  If you know anyone interested in the role, please point them at [2]! - Don[1] - http://oracle.com/javajobs
[2] - https://irecruitment.oracle.com/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?OAFunc=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&OAMC=R&p_svid=2175567