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Prospecting for Business Growth

We all want to increase business. This means that we establish a marketing strategy to put ourselves in a position where prospects buy from us. But what makes a good quality prospect?

A prospect has a need or can be convinced of the need and can authourise payment to you.

Ric's 6 Keys to a quality prospect for your business:

1. Someone who already recognises the need

2. Have the financial budget to pay you

3. History of using or purchasing… Continue

Added by Ric Willmot on January 12, 2009 at 5:00am — No Comments

Multi/ Bi lingual Sales Opportunity/ Job/ Openning/ Vacancy!!!

Hi all,

Hope you are fine!

I have an opening in UK for someone in "inside sales"/ "account management". The person MUST have FLUENCY in either dutch/french/german/spanish/italian/norwegian/swedish etc.

UK/EU authorization must.

English fluency must.

If anybody finds the above matching to her/his profile, contact


Rich Foster.


Added by Rich on January 11, 2009 at 10:59pm — No Comments

Using Recruitment Consultants to your Advantage...

Given that we have now entered unchartered territory from an economic perspective and are faced with uncertainty in our respective markets, it is important to revisit the fundamental aspects that made your business successful and to concentrate on your competitive advantage.

It is now accepted that a source of competitive advantage are your employees. What is perhaps not as widely recognised is the process in which employees enter your business and its effect on your employment brand… Continue

Added by Matt Hewitson on January 11, 2009 at 10:11pm — No Comments

You have nothing to fear but the PHONE itself

Has the Internet killed phone skills?

Does social networking limit the need for actual contact?

In short... NO!

I have been sitting on this for a while, brief communication with Michael Specht and a recent article by Maren Hogan really did push a few… Continue

Added by Dan Nuroo on January 11, 2009 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments

Have you met Barb Bruno or heard her speaking engagements?

I'd like to discuss what any of you found valuable from Barb's sessions. I have a few things in mind to implement and I'm wondering if anyone out there has tried any of her ideas/practices.

Added by Katie Kleisner on January 10, 2009 at 9:50pm — No Comments

Scott Love

Has anyone else out there implemented any of Scott Love's ideas? Two years ago, I wrote down the one thing that was holding me back from my own success. I forgot that I had done that until I saw Scott again yesterday and I did the same thing again. Two years later, that one thing is not longer controlling me and I increased my personal production by 52% over last year. It's interesting what you can figure out about yourself if you can be brutally honest. Wondering if anyone else has any success… Continue

Added by Katie Kleisner on January 10, 2009 at 9:42pm — No Comments

Here is a lay person's take on the E-Verify issues currently at hand. As reported on January 9, the US Department of Justice has delayed the effective date for regulations requiring federal contracto…

Here is a lay person's take on the E-Verify issues currently at hand. As reported on January 9, the US Department of Justice has delayed the effective date for regulations requiring federal contractors and subcontractors to use E-Verify. The delay effectively pushes back the effective date from Jan 15 to Feb 2o. If it's just a 6 week delay, what's all the noise about?

In truth, the business groups that mounted legal resistance to the new regulation are seeking more than just a simple… Continue

Added by Jason C. Blais on January 10, 2009 at 11:31am — No Comments

January 9, 2009

You can rely on John for perspective. From ocean vistas to workforce, demographics John concludes life is too short to be a two-bit player in another's recession nightmare. Rather, find and live your dream.

Digging Into v2.02

Added by Amitai Givertz on January 9, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Why I got into recruiting and stayed

Like, most people, I mainly fell into recruiting. It was not on my list of jobs, when I visited my high school guidance counselor - but I have since found out, it is what I enjoy doing.

Ten Years ago, I was out of work and looking for a job - any job at the time, would have been ok. I went into a staffing company, to interview for an opportunity they had available. And 3 interviews later and 2 days later, I started. I really wasn’t sure what I was doing or how to do it, but it… Continue

Added by Bruce Rowles on January 9, 2009 at 6:18pm — 1 Comment

New LinkedIn Services Will Change Internal Recruiting

Are you making 10% of your hires through social networks? According to Workforce Management, William Uranga is, and he's surprised Facebook hasn't caught on. William is pretty well-versed in social media, but his work is no surprise to third party recruiters, who have dug into the LinkedIn bonanza and made big bucks off the network.

If you're an independent recruiter, LinkedIn is a must. I'm fond of saying that if… Continue

Added by Jim Durbin on January 9, 2009 at 5:25pm — No Comments

pre-screen questions for Software Engineers

Does anyone have good recommendations of sites, sources, or examples of challenging pre-screening questions to evaluate mid-senior level software engineers?

Added by Lindsey Ahern on January 9, 2009 at 4:49pm — 3 Comments


I am looking for a virtual recruiting opportunity. I have twenty years in recruiting and have been in volved in the following arenas,Hospitality,Engineering, Manufacturing, IT, Human Resources, and ran a Management Recruiting Office that specialized in Sales and Marketing. Just finished a project and I am ready to go NOW jim theiss 972 985 0217

Added by jim theiss on January 9, 2009 at 3:23pm — 1 Comment

Anyone know anything (good or bad) about Staffing Force?

I got a phone call recently from a "sponsor" looking to sign me up as a recruiter for their company. They make a webinar type presentation explaining the various levels of income potential but it feels too much like an MLM shell game. Does anyone have any first hand experience or knowledge about this company?

Added by Bubba Gump on January 9, 2009 at 2:20pm — 4 Comments

Recruiter for Hire

Added by Dennis Smith on January 9, 2009 at 2:05pm — 1 Comment

Sling Shot Bean Shooters

If I were recruiting sling-shot bean shooters, this is the guy I'd go… Continue

Added by Dennis Smith on January 9, 2009 at 12:12pm — No Comments

Recruiting isn't about talking...

In my years as a recruiter I have found one thing to be true. Recruiting is not about talking. It is about listening.

When I first got into this industry, I was under the impression that recruiting was about being able to talk with candidates and convince them that the job I was calling about was the job for them. As I found out, it is not. It is about asking the candidate what they want. Hopefully, you've done your job sourcing and this candidate meets your requirement, but… Continue

Added by Nick Gudowski on January 9, 2009 at 11:30am — 7 Comments

The Client Side - Mixed Bag

We came into this week hoping for a January bounce. What we got, was a mixed far. Activity has definitely picked up. We are seeing more new jobs, interviews, processes moving along, and more clients' perspectives returning to normal. However, we are also still seeing a significantly higher than normal level of fear and reserve.

The economy and business conditions still have a lot of business leaders scared, concerned, or frozen. When looking at business conditions in… Continue

Added by Todd Kmiec on January 9, 2009 at 10:31am — 1 Comment

A Revolution for

Jason Davis thinks that we have too many friends.

All the pop psychology books say that you can't have a meaningful network of more than 150 people. Beyond that it is more like a customer database or a fan club.

So I'm suggesting that RBC try having a formal policy of 150 friends per member. It would be the social network version of Twitter.

This would give RBC a chance to institute the… Continue

Added by Recruiting Animal on January 9, 2009 at 9:30am — 6 Comments

Request for Tender is Bad Business

I received a telephone call from a member of my Mentor Program who asked for assistance with writing the covering letter for a RFT.

There are better uses of your time than bidding for business with an organisation that is looking for the 'lowest price.'

Keeping current customers happy is far smarter than chasing after other people's customers. The AICPA states, attracting a new customer is eleven… Continue

Added by Ric Willmot on January 9, 2009 at 5:17am — No Comments

A Season For Courage-Welcome to 2009! Go for The Goal.

I return home reinvigorated once again by my Dale Carnegie Course, where I work as a Volunteer Coach. This is such a wonderfully motivating environment that the positive energy feast only serves to help me be at my best as I go to work this month.

The sales are full and to their proper extension, life is taking a newer direction, never before has it been this interesting or invigorating.

All Hale 2009.

It began with all the pomp and circumstance to light a fire… Continue

Added by Mike Rasmussen on January 9, 2009 at 2:43am — No Comments

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