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Allison Stadd

Allison Stadd manages marketing & communications for Shake Shack, and writes about social media and tech lifestyle for AllTwitter, Huffington Post, Daily Muse, and more. Find Allison Stadd on Google+ and Twitter @AllisonStadd.

The Differences In How Recruiters Use Twitter, Facebook, And LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Differences In How Recruiters Use Twitter, Facebook, And LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s no secret recruiters tap social media to find qualified candidates and engage with them, but how does their activity vary across different social media sites?

Take a look, in the infographic below created by Bullhorn, at the differences in how recruiters use the “Top 3″ social networking sites and which ones are most effective for reaching candidates.

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Telecure Launches “Pay-With-A-Tweet” Program To Offer Free Urgent Care

Telecure Launches “Pay-With-A-Tweet” Program To Offer Free Urgent Care In Exchange For A Tweet

As evidenced by a wide range of recent natural disasters from Hurricane Sandy to Typhoon Haiyan as well as national emergencies like the Boston marathon bombing, Twitter has proven to be a valuable tool for emergency and urgent care workers.

Capitalizing on that usage, San Jose, California-based telemedicine provider company Telecure has launched a “Pay-With-A-Tweet” program to offer free urgent care in exchange for a tweet or Facebook post.

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Highlights From The 2014 Golden Globes’ 360-Degree Vine Booth

Highlights From The 2014 Golden Globes' 360-Degree Vine Booth

It’s the second calendar year Vine has been in existence, and it’s fittingly being used more creatively than ever.

Twitter teamed up with the Today Show to bring a 360-degree Vine booth to the red carpet of the 2014 Golden Globes.

The Vine videos of celebrity fashion were all hosted on the Golden Globes’ official Vine account throughout the red carpet.

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Twitter Rolling Out New Twitter.com Look To Match Its Android And iOS Apps

Twitter Rolling Out New Twitter.com Look To Match Its Android And iOS Apps

Twitter has announced that it’s rolling out a refreshed Twitter.com to reflect the look and feel of the Twitter iOS and Android apps.

Some users have the new update, but if you don’t, here’s what it looks like.

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Journalists Criticize Woman For Live-Tweeting Her Cancer Experience, Incur Internet Wrath

Journalists Criticize Woman For Live-Tweeting Her Cancer Experience, Incur Internet Wrath

Husband and wife journalists Bill Keller of the New York Times and Emma Keller of the Guardian published recent opinion pieces that took issue with one Lisa Bonchek Adams, a sufferer of stage 4 breast cancer who has been tweeting and blogging about her experience with the illness.

Both articles questioned Adams’s “decision to live her cancer onstage,” as Bill Keller puts it. Twitter’s, and the Internet’s at large, response to the Kellers? How dare you.

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Tribeca Film Festival’s Picks For The Best Vines Of 2013

Tribeca Film Festival's Picks For The Best Vines Of 2013

The Tribeca Film Festival, creators of the #6SECFILM Vine Competition, asked some of its favorite Vine creators to choose their top Vines of the year, and the resulting list is pretty incredible.

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Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Microsoft News And XBox Support Twitter Accounts

Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Microsoft News And XBox Support Twitter Accounts

It’s barely a few weeks into 2014, and the Syrian Electronic Army has wielded its power yet again.

The victim this time? Microsoft, whose @XboxSupport and Microsoft News (@MSFTnews) Twitter accounts were hacked on Saturday.

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Stanford Medievalist Compresses Old English Epic ‘Beowulf’ Into 100 Tweets

Stanford Medievalist Compresses Old English Epic 'Beowulf' Into 100 Tweets

Is it possible to capture the essence of a book, play, or poem in a tweet? If not one, then a series chronicling the arc of the work?

Stanford medievalist and “text technologies” researcher Elaine Treharne gave it a shot, as the Atlantic reports, compressing ‘Beowulf’ into 100 tweets.

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The Most Tweeted Newspaper Article In 2013

The Most Tweeted Newspaper Article In 2013

Research by Searchmetrics has identified which U.S. newspapers are the most popular on Twitter, based on how many tweets their stories garner.

The results might surprise you.

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Cinemax Creates Vine Series To Promote ‘Banshee’

Cinemax Creates Vine Series To Promote 'Banshee'

Cinemax is demonstrating how effective Vine can be for TV networks beyond behind-the-scenes sneak peeks.

The network, as Mashable reports, is using Vine to promote season two of action series ‘Banshee’ with a series of 6-second narrative clips involving the show’s characters. Yes, shot on a phone.

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