RegulationAccounting StandardsYP’s guide to online social networking

YP's guide to online social networking

Latest edition of Young Professional features a guide to online social networks

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If you thought that the Facebook website was simply used for pointless pokes
or finding out what friends had for lunch, the latest edition of Young
Professional will open your eyes.

The October issue of Accountancy Age’s digital magazine for part and newly
qualified accountants explores how social network sites like Facebook and
MySpace can be used to their full potential and boost your career opportunities.

It also features a look at life in local government, shares a pint with Cobra
Beer FD Dynshaw Italia, and finds out what happens when the worlds of
accountancy, rap and rock collide.

To read the lastest issue, click here:
www.accountancyage.com/yp

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