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Chuck Klein commented on Chris South's blog post 'The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters'
"I'm a one man recruitment company  - I have a Linkedin account called "Talent Finder" which is no longer offered but they allow me to keep.  It  costs $899.95 US dollars per year.   Should I be looking at other…"
Aug 4
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JOB ADVERTISING, DARE TO BE DIFFERENT

Job Boards Are Alive & KickingAs a recruiter the first port of call when looking to find or attract talent is often job boards and I believe that in most situations this should still be the case. This is supported by a recent survey…See More
Jul 22
Ken Wilkinson liked Chris South's blog post The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters
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Chris South commented on Chris South's blog post 'The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters'
"Thanks both, appreciate the feedback. "
Jun 20
Brad Vann liked Chris South's blog post The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters
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Ryan Leary commented on Chris South's blog post 'The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters'
"Chris - great breakdown and dead on."
Jun 18
Ryan Leary liked Chris South's blog post The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters
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Katrina Kibben commented on Chris South's blog post 'The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters'
"I can't help but read this and wonder "why didn't LinkedIn think of this?" Awesome as always, Chris. Thanks for posting. "
Jun 18
A blog post by Chris South was featured

The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters

As part of my job I’m often asked by both in-house and agency recruitment managers for my advice around their level of LinkedIn investment. This is because the only readily available advice is from LinkedIn Sales Representatives or recruiters who have had prior exposure to Premium or Recruiter Products.This…See More
Jun 18
Katrina Kibben liked Chris South's blog post The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters
Jun 18
Chris South posted a blog post

The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters

As part of my job I’m often asked by both in-house and agency recruitment managers for my advice around their level of LinkedIn investment. This is because the only readily available advice is from LinkedIn Sales Representatives or recruiters who have had prior exposure to Premium or Recruiter Products.This…See More
Jun 18
Matt Charney commented on Chris South's blog post 'The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media'
"Chris, awesome post. Hit me up if you'd like to share some of this stuff on Recruiting Daily, too. "
May 5
Matt Charney liked Chris South's blog post The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media
May 5
A blog post by Chris South was featured

The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media

Defining Social RecruitingSocial Recruiting (Digital Recruiting, ERecruiting, Online Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Purple Squirrel Hunting et al.) is at a cross-roads. It has been around long enough that it should now feature as a standard part of most recruiter’s toolkits, but in a lot of cases, even the most basic of tools aren’t being utilised.Before looking at the problem I’ve attempted to break down what I’m referring to as social recruiting:Social recruiting is the use of social…See More
May 4
Katrina Kibben liked Chris South's blog post The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media
May 4
Chris South posted a blog post

The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media

Defining Social RecruitingSocial Recruiting (Digital Recruiting, ERecruiting, Online Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Purple Squirrel Hunting et al.) is at a cross-roads. It has been around long enough that it should now feature as a standard part of most recruiter’s toolkits, but in a lot of cases, even the most basic of tools aren’t being utilised.Before looking at the problem I’ve attempted to break down what I’m referring to as social recruiting:Social recruiting is the use of social…See More
Apr 30

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JOB ADVERTISING, DARE TO BE DIFFERENT

Posted on July 22, 2015 at 2:01am 0 Comments

Job Boards Are Alive & Kicking

As a recruiter the first port of call when looking to find or attract talent is often job boards and I believe that in most situations this should still be the case. This is supported by a…

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The Best LinkedIn Account for Recruiters

Posted on June 18, 2015 at 1:00am 4 Comments

As part of my job I’m often asked by both in-house and agency recruitment managers for my advice around their level of LinkedIn investment. 

This is because the only readily available advice is from LinkedIn Sales Representatives or recruiters who have had prior exposure to Premium or…

Continue

The Problem with Recruitment and Social Media

Posted on April 30, 2015 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

Defining Social Recruiting

Social Recruiting (Digital Recruiting, ERecruiting, Online Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Purple Squirrel Hunting et al.) is at a cross-roads. It has been around long enough that it should now feature as a standard part of most recruiter’s toolkits, but in a lot of cases, even the most basic of tools aren’t being utilised.

Before looking at the problem I’ve attempted to break down what I’m referring to as social…

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What is the Commercial Use Limited on LinkedIn Search? Part 2

Posted on January 21, 2015 at 11:30pm 3 Comments

Since we published last week’s blog post (What is the Commercial Use Limit on LinkedIn?) I’ve received lots of…

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