Brad Hogenmiller
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Mar 5, 2010
Brad Hogenmiller commented on Gary Melton's blog post 'How important is Social Media to the recruitment industry?'
"I would agree with that 100%. When I started 3rd party recruiting a few years ago I made a big push with social media as a recruiting tool. I was aggressive on Linkedin, and an early adopter with Twitter and other tools. So much so that I neglected…"
Jan 26, 2010
Brad Hogenmiller commented on Tirtis's blog post 'The life of a Technical Recruiter'
"From one technical recruiter to another- This is scary accurate. Well done sir. Technical recruiters are a messed up bunch, we have some sick addiction to rejection. :)"
Aug 6, 2009
Becky Metcalf commented on Brad Hogenmiller's blog post 'Success with Twitter'
"All things in moderation..."
Feb 26, 2009
Brad Hogenmiller commented on Brad Hogenmiller's blog post 'Success with Twitter'
"Even I need to contribute every once in a while! :)"
Feb 26, 2009
Becky Metcalf commented on Brad Hogenmiller's blog post 'Success with Twitter'
"This is really cool, for all those looking for a little additional proof that our time on Twitter need not be a waste! Way to go Brad, thanks for sharing!"
Feb 26, 2009
Brad Hogenmiller posted a blog post

Success with Twitter

Twitter is officially a viable recruiting tool, we all know that. It's also pretty easy to record your success, especially when others do it for you. Big thanks to @thecoleorton for documenting a recent hire I had through Twitter.Source: http://thecoleorton.com/post/81436248/how-i-got-someone-a-job-via-twitterSee More
Feb 26, 2009

Profile Information

Name
Brad Hogenmiller
Job Title
Social Media Specialist
Company
RehabCare
Which best describes your profession?
Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Healthcare
How many employees in your company?
>5000
Website
http://www.SPOTonChicago.com
Blog
http://JavaSTL.com
LinkedIn Profile
http://linedin.com/in/JavaSTL
Twitter Profile
http://twitter.com/JavaSTL
Facebook Profile
http://facebook.com/javastl

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Success with Twitter

Posted on February 26, 2009 at 12:24pm 3 Comments

Twitter is officially a viable recruiting tool, we all know that. It's also pretty easy to record your success, especially when others do it for you. Big thanks to @thecoleorton for documenting a recent hire I had through Twitter.



Source: http://thecoleorton.com/post/81436248/how-i-got-someone-a-job-via-twitter…



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At 9:09pm on January 19, 2009, Justine Dugan said…
Hey Brad, I just sent you a LinkedIn invite. I am sponsoring the next barcamp w/ Karen Goodman. I look forward to connecting with you soon! Justine
At 7:56pm on September 29, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Thanks Brad for your welcome comment! Hmm. interesting re: jajah button.. will need to look into that at some point. Best wishes ~ Susan
At 11:20pm on February 4, 2008, Dennis Smith said…
Hey Brad - welcome to the craziness of RecruitingBlogs.com!

Glad you are part of the community,

Dennis
At 10:55pm on February 4, 2008, Slouch said…
Do you know Jim Durbin (stlrecruiting.com)? If not, I can introduce you
 
 
 

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