Author Archive for Jeannette Paladino – Page 2

LinkedIn Profile Professional Headline and Summary

Use Keywords in Your LinkedIn Profile

Have you looked at your LinkedIn Profile lately?

If the blurb under your photo (and you DO have a photo, right?) is simply your title and company, then you have some work to do.

The most important components of your Linked Profile are your Professional Headline and Summary so you want them to be rich in the keywords people are searching.

There is a disconnect if you aren’t using those words to describe who you are. You won’t hit the bullseye with a weak Profile.

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Independence Day: A Time for Reflection

It’s Independence Day today in the U.S. where I live. It’s one of the only holidays that is still celebrated on the actual date, July 4th, that we declared our independence from Britain.

I hadn’t read the Declaration of Independence in a long time, so I just went online to re-read it. Are school children still required to memorize these indelible lines? Read More→

Gen Z is walking away from social media

Uh, Oh. Social Media Losing its Allure for Generation Z

We probably could have anticipated it. Social media is losing its allure for so-called Generation Z, those born in the mid-1990s or later. Sure, they’re still posting, mostly to Facebook and Instagram, but 41% of this generation feel they’re wasting too much time on it.

In fact, 34% of Gen Z say they’re permanently quitting social media, and 64% are taking a break, according to new research from Hill Holliday, an agency within the Interpublic GroupRead More→

Customer service at a fine restaurant

Happy to be Seated 45 Minutes Late for Dinner

It’s easy to criticize restaurants because often the experience is so unpleasant. Delays in being seated, long waits for food to arrive, and waiters with scarce knowledge of the menu.

But recently friends and I had dinner at one of the hottest restaurants in New York and we were happy to be seated 45 minutes late for dinner. Read More→