Professional Reputation Management: Part Two

  • Posted by Steve Goldberg
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  • May 12, 2015
Reputation Management- Teamwork

A couple weeks ago we discussed some initial points on the importance of professional reputation management, including acting with integrity, doing your research before making drastic changes, not overextending yourself, and setting expectations.  In our next installment, we’ll discuss some more ways you can manage your professional reputation specifically around the office that are focused on […]

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Professional Reputation Management: Part One

  • Posted by Steve Goldberg
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  • April 26, 2015
Office Reputation Management

“Your reputation is in the hands of others. That’s what the reputation is. You can’t control that. The only thing you can control is your character.” ― Wayne W. Dyer We’ve all heard that reputation is everything, and it is. As you navigate your career in digital media, it’s important to keep the old adage, […]

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Things To Consider When Hiring

  • Posted by Steve Goldberg
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  • November 30, 2014
job interview

Hiring the right employees for your business is not a science or a guarantee – it’s an art. Understanding what you want from a new hire does not need to be an arduous process, but it does start with planning, and truly understanding your business, its needs, and its people. Read more.

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10 Most Important Criteria for Interviewing Digital Media Salespeople

  • Posted by Steve Goldberg
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  • March 5, 2014

No matter how much technology changes, the web evolves and advertising channels transform, those in media know they’re in the “people” business.  This is especially true if you are in advertising sales, marketing, or other related digital fields where your interpersonal skills, perception and communication abilities help determine the trajectory of your career and the […]


Digital Sales and Sellers in the Programmatic Age

  • Posted by Steve Goldberg
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  • September 29, 2013

It’s funny to call it the Programmatic “Age”. In today’s digital media and media technology world, an “Age” can last a year or two. But here we are.

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