Breaking Down BeKnown on Nightly Candy Chat

Posted on July 14, 2011

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The Department of Labor estimated that there were only 18,000 new jobs created in June 2011 in the U.S. It is vital for those who are seeking employment to arm themselves with the necessary tools in order to stand out in the sea of over 13.9 million unemployed people. Monster.com is one of the world’s leading employment powerhouses. In June of this year they released a FREE professional social networking app on Facebook.

Tonight Nightly Candy Chat will broadcast  the 1st part of a 3 part series on BeKnown.

 

 Community Managers for Monster.com , Britteny Elrick and Mammi-Ama Ofori will be interviewed on the broadcast.

They will give us an introduction to BeKnown and it’s many benefits.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!

The following are links that were mentioned during the broadcast:

New York Times: Job Growth Falters Badly, Clouding Hope for Recovery 7/9/11

Make sure to check out the blog coverage about BeKnown 

About.com
Monster Goes Professionally Social With BeKnown
http://jobsearch.about.com/b/2011/06/25/beknown.htm

Miriam Keppie Careers 
Monster’s BeKnown adds to the mix of professional Facebook uses
http://www.keppiecareers.com/2011/06/27/monsters-beknown-adds-to-the-mix-of-professional-facebook-uses/

Personal Branding Blog
BeKnown To Be Found – A Monstrous New App
http://www.personalbrandingblog.com/beknown-to-be-found-a-monstrous-new-app/

Jim Stroud
[Breaking] Monster wants to give you a professional face on Facebook with BeKnown
http://blog.jimstroud.com/2011/06/25/first-look-monster-wants-to-give-you-a-professional-face-on-facebook-with-beknown/

Talent Culture (Meghan Biro)
Monster’s BeKnown Disrupts: Meet New School Social Networking
http://www.talentculture.com/innovation/monsters-beknown-disrupts-meet-new-school-social-networking/

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