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With 2011 coming to a good end, the year 2011 is already off to a racing start. Over the past year, the social media landscape has continued to evolve quite a bit. We’ve already shown you the many ways in which channels like Twitter and Facebook have evolved in the past year. It’s clear in […]

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2010 was a very special year at Cleverwood for all new media and especially mobile and social media. With the current atmosphere surrounding us, all the snow, Christmas lights, and surely Glühwine in our belly . We couldn’t celebrate this End of Year without greeting you. So instead of a traditional way of greeting you, […]

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In a nutshell Every year, EURES teams throughout the EU to organize hundreds of ‘European Job Days’ – the perfect place to recruit, meet employers, discuss your plans with a EURES Advisor or find out more about how the EU promotes job mobility in Europe. The EURES Online Job Days is a pilot project created […]

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A modern brain-washing? Following the Friday Session about ‘Social media and Transparency – New Ways of Lobbying?’, I come back to the era of transparency as a starting point for another “New ways of” article. Going further into the analyse of transparency trough social media, I want to talk about the bright and the dark […]

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Yesterday I attended the GRP Media Session about the relationship between the young generation (between 18 and 22) and the media. The evening was divided into 3 presentations about new researches over this Media Generation. Some of the results were surprising, some of them weren’t! Here is my take for each of them…