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Five Red Flags In A Job Posting

By Nick O'Brien / July 2, 2020
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Looking to take the next step in your career? Hunting for a tech job can be a tricky business. While you can’t necessarily afford to be too picky, you need to distinguish great career opportunities from the entries on job posting sites that will just waste your precious time.   Online job postings always try…

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Should You Have A Dress Code When Your Team Is Working Remotely?

By Nick O'Brien / June 10, 2020
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With the spread of coronavirus, lots of teams are now working completely remotely. You may think that if you’re working from home, it’s not necessary to adhere to a dress code. But you shouldn’t dress like a slob either. Here’s why you should have a “remote work” dress code, and what that dress code should…

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On the Webinar Circuit: Carolyn’s Best Practices for Managing Remote Teams

By Nick O'Brien / May 11, 2020
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This year, event organizers everywhere have faced a choice. They could cancel their events, and offset the economic losses and the disappointment with the knowledge that, from a public health standpoint, they’re doing the right thing. Or they could get creative, and leverage technology to honor that age-old principle that the show must go on.…

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Would You Pass a Job Interview with Elon Musk?

By Nick O'Brien / January 24, 2020
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How would you handle a job interview with Elon Musk?  (Other than fainting or grabbing his hand and telling him how much you’ve always wanted to meet him.) The excellent news is Elon is no fan of secrets to help save the environment – he’s just made freely accessible all of his patents for his…

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Betts Spotlight: Sayre Sherrill on Her Betts Experience, and Succeeding in Startups as a Young Professional

By The Betts Team / December 12, 2019
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Sayre Sherrill has had quite a journey. She started working on the Business Development team at LiveRamp, an ad tech company, right out of school, and in the years since has evolved into her current role as a Solutions Architect. Every step of the way, LiveRamp has been growing – and Sarye has grown right…

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Betts Connect Takes the Big Apple at New York Tech Crawl

By The Betts Team / October 16, 2019
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Last week, the Big Apple’s tech sales and marketing community came out  for New York Tech Crawl – and we’re still glowing from what was definitely a party to remember. Hundreds of professionals joined us on a tour of 5 of the city’s most exciting tech offices, where company leaders offered free food and drinks…

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Is the Cover Letter Finished, or Just Evolving?

By The Betts Team / September 17, 2019
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Along with mayonnaise, department store shopping, and phone calls, there are claims that modern life has also killed job application cover letters. As specialist recruiters for sales and marketing professionals, we’re not so sure. According to surveys across the employment spectrum, 74 percent of recruiters say cover letters aren’t important and 46 percent of job…

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Tech Crawl Recap: Highlights from the Summer’s Hottest Networking Party

By The Betts Team / August 9, 2019
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What happens when 13 leading tech companies in downtown San Francisco stock up on food and drinks and open their doors to over a thousand Bay Area professionals? We found out last night at San Francisco Tech Crawl 2019 – and we’re still catching our breath from an event that proved, in no uncertain terms,…

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The Top 4 Challenges in Hiring Marketers

By The Betts Team / August 7, 2019
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Many people think engineering is the hardest role to hire for. But we would argue that hiring marketers is even harder. With engineering, you can at least give candidates a coding test or review samples to adequately gauge their competence and level of expertise. It’s harder to do that when you’re looking for a Content…

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