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Shawn Paul Wood is a director of client strategy based out of TMP’s Dallas/Fort Worth office. By ensuring each client is progressive and proactive with digital reach, optimized content, and strategic execution, he continues to help the DFW team provide stellar client experiences (and all-around positive mojo). Prior to landing at TMP, Shawn Paul was a global digital strategist, national voice-over artist, regional radio personality and news director, and a local copywriting director. Aside from that eclectic mix, he’s a homebody who has a penchant for Twitter.

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May the Source Be with You

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It’s a day that nerds everywhere have circled on their calendar. From cosplay to collectibles, movie trivia to marketing, May 4th is a special moment every year. May the 4th is...

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Five Ways to Understand and Utilize Diversity Hiring Practices

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DIVERSITY HIRING (n.) Hiring practices based on merit with special care taken to ensure procedures are free from biases related to a candidate’s age, race, gender, religion,...

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Is Geofencing Ethical for Recruiters?

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Ever been to a mall, theme park, or the movie theater and your phone starts blowing up? You’re getting served ads by the same places you are visiting or even driving by. How do...

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Google Becomes a Storyteller While Recruiters Make a Friend

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If you consider that more than 80% of all consumer Internet traffic by 2020 will be video content, that is a deluge of potential incoming apply clicks – if you have video to...

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Is Technology Ruining Your Interview Game?

Candidate Experience, Recruitment Marketing| Views: 964

Few things in life make candidates’ palms exude water, soak their undershirts and dry out their throats as much as the dreaded first interview. Some candidates shine in their...

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