Now that the four-year career is a growing reality for many workers--4.4 years in the United States to be exact--a person's online network is key when searching for a new job or drumming up new business. In fact, according to a recent Jobvite survey, more than 92 percent of companies in the United States used social networks to find talent in 2012 .
Author Maynard Webb, Hearsay Social CEO Clara Shih, TV personality Amber Mac, Knodes CEO Ron J. Williams, Percolate co-founder Noah Brier, and Girls in Tech CMO Kate Brodock discuss with readers as our salon series continues.
John DiScala, aka Johnny Jet, flies more than 150,000 miles a year. Not bad for someone who was once afraid to fly. Here the Travel Channel host offers tips on getting where you want for a price you can afford. You are now free to move about the cabin.
With many employers relying on video chat to keep employees connected, individuals using webcams to produce expert how-to videos, and television broadcasters depending on this technology to beam guests in from all over the world, it's no longer just good enough to be happy that your connection works. Here are 3 simple--but really effective--tips to improve your webcam presence.