LinkedIn is Not the Right Place to Post a Selfie

LinkedIn is the leading professional social network and for 2014 graduates and unemployed job seekers and effective presence is critical. Making a first impression with the appropriate photo means that on LinkedIn don't post a selfie.

Dallas, TX, April 30, 2014 --( First impressions matter - even via social media. Eve Mayer, CEO of Social Media Delivered, a Dallas-based social media firm, reminds job seekers and professionals of this important fact in a funny parody video called On LinkedIn Don't Post a #Selfie. The video is based on The Chainsmokers original Let Me Take A #Selfie. Watch the video here:

With over 300 million active users, LinkedIn is the number one social network for professionals. Making the right first impression is critical. Not only should your profile spotlight your skills, experience and expertise, but the right photo is necessary. Profiles with photos reportedly are clicked on 11 times more often when it shows up in search. That is why graduates entering the job force have to understand LinkedIn is not the place to post a selfie from your frat party.

Eve Mayer, CEO of Social Media Delivered stated, "I've been wanting to do a fun project like this that pokes fun at how people act so unprofessionally on LinkedIn - the world's largest professional social media platform and I'm thrilled that Dallas HD Films and TM Studios partnered up with Social Media Delivered to make it happen!"

Known especially for her LinkedIn expertise and an advocate for engaging and purposeful social media, Mayer is one of the most sought-after authorities in social media. She speaks worldwide on the Social Media Business Equation™, her proven system for organizations to engage on social networks to generate a positive return on investment. A social media thought leader, Mayer was ranked as the second highest LinkedIn influencer by Klout, just behind LinkedIn itself. She has been featured by CNN and Huffington Post, and is a frequent contributor to In 2013, Mayer was featured on CNN’s list of eight women on Twitter who will inspire, inform and amuse you. The list included Arianna Huffington, Kelly Oxford, Ory Okolloh and Sloane Davidson.

About Social Media Delivered
Social Media Delivered is one of the most respected social media companies serving worldwide clients with social media consulting, training and management. CEO Eve Mayer’s groundbreaking work in social media has been featured on American Express Open Forum,, Forbes, Social Media Today, Mashable and many other leading publications. Author of Social Media for the CEO and The Social Media Business Equation, Eve speaks on a variety of social media subjects around the world.

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About Dallas HD Films
Dallas HD Films is a premiere video production company specializing in event and corporate marketing films. Being a family-owned production team, our business culture is all about enjoying each other's company and fostering an environment where creative-minds and business-minds can merge together to produce successful, award-winning films. We are based in Dallas, Texas, but we are a global company servicing 7 Fortune 500 companies as well as a host of other prominent corporations and organizations. We produce films that not only tell our client’s story, but are also custom tailored to meet their marketing objectives and to optimize their corporate vision.

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About TM Studios
TM Studios is the world leader in audio branding. Heard on thousands of radio stations on every continent, TM products connect consumers to their passions through the most powerful sound of all, music. A full-service audio creative agency, TM Studios provides branding solutions for radio stations and top-tier brands across all consumer categories. TM Studios…the power of sound.

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