Reference no: EM13479600
Actually, we are team and we have to do assignment to talk about social media, and we choosed LinkedIn website, SO HERE SOME INFORMATION OF WHAT WE DID:
Actually, in the instruction, (first paragraph has to be a real story about someone who use LinkedIn). If you can, write or eddit this introduction.
Dear Fellow TRU Students:
Evan Gotlib of New York City was just casually looking around LinkedIn one day, and tried a job search for fun. What he found wasn't just a job either, it was his dream job. How does Advertising Sales Director at TravelZoo sound? Evan not only had experience in this area prior to landing this amazing position, but travel was also his passion. Now he has the job that is the perfect fit for his skill set, and he is doing something that he loves. We are certain that all of us want to have an experience like Evan's in finding a job that we can be passionate about and love. We invite you to take the same opportunity as Evan did by joining us and others on LinkedIn, and see the opportunities that are already there for you!
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Ana Carolina Bovi Diogo
Min Wen Hsiao
Here are the information from the instructor:
prepare a persuasive letter to students at TRU in which you argue for the use of that social media tool by students. The letter should present as strong a logical case as possible, while not neglecting emotional persuasion and establishment of authors' credibility. While not exactly addressed to a hostile audience, the letter should anticipate specific opposition other students might hold regarding what you advocate. The letter should discuss the benefits students will receive from the use of the tool, particularly benefits relevant to their student lives or future careers.
The letter should be addressed as an open letter; it is not an example of form, but of intent. The document should list the members of your collaborative team at the bottom of the letter (as signatories). It should represent a serious contribution from each member of the team and such contributions should be well evidenced by consultation of the revision history of the document.