Branding Harmony

2017-05-19T13:06:08+00:00

Part 1 of 3 in our series, "Social Media Savvy in Silicon Valley" Proper grammar may be the last thing on your mind when you are reposting an article on social media or tweeting to the world about the amazing art show you just attended. After all, your friends and family probably do not pay any mind to where you place your commas or if you bothered to capitalize all the proper names in a sentence. Guess who is looking at the punctuation and grammar on your social media page? The hiring manager for that great company you are trying to land a position with. If she sees you know the difference between “affect” and “effect” she may take your careful grammar as a sign you are a good fit for their team.

Proin Tortor Orcus

2014-09-10T18:34:46+00:00

Part 1 of 3 in our series, "Social Media Savvy in Silicon Valley" Proper grammar may be the last thing on your mind when you are reposting an article on social media or tweeting to the world about the amazing art show you just attended. After all, your friends and family probably do not pay any mind to where you place your commas or if you bothered to capitalize all the proper names in a sentence. Guess who is looking at the punctuation and grammar on your social media page? The hiring manager for that great company you are trying to land a position with. If she sees you know the difference between “affect” and “effect” she may take your careful grammar as a sign you are a good fit for their team.

Iaculis Eu Gigni

2014-09-10T18:34:40+00:00

Part 1 of 3 in our series, "Social Media Savvy in Silicon Valley" Proper grammar may be the last thing on your mind when you are reposting an article on social media or tweeting to the world about the amazing art show you just attended. After all, your friends and family probably do not pay any mind to where you place your commas or if you bothered to capitalize all the proper names in a sentence. Guess who is looking at the punctuation and grammar on your social media page? The hiring manager for that great company you are trying to land a position with. If she sees you know the difference between “affect” and “effect” she may take your careful grammar as a sign you are a good fit for their team.