Why You Should Include HTML Text In Your Emails
by Aaron Smith , Thursday, July 17, 2008
I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION that most email marketers were well aware of the advantages of including HTML text - also known as system text - as opposed to graphical text in their messages. But I am still frequently surprised to see emails in my inbox from well-established players that rely almost exclusively on images to convey the main point of the message.
Independent-minded Jason Pankow believes that recruiters must make themselves walking talking advertisements for their company culture.
According to Panky, a recruiter has to live the culture to… Continue
I always thought it would be retirement that brought me to No Cal. And then I sold my business. And then my teenager told me that he wanted to go to school in Cali. And then I just so happened to be visiting for 2 weeks. And then I just happened to be launching a software as a service recruiting and selection tool. Holy Cow, maybe this is supposed to be.
I came home and told everyone; kids (one was with me), son in San Antonio, Mother, Brother, Sisters, Friends...and no one is trying… Continue
Author of nearly a dozen books, Jeffrey Fox shares, “The job interview is a sales call to sell yourself." The goal of the interview is for the hiring company to “buy” you. At which point you receive an offer letter, you have a clear picture of the exact value of the transaction. However, the decision to buy happens long before the offer letter.
Hiring decision are made much earlier than most people imagine. Neil Anderson (1992) states "interviewers are far… Continue
Added by Mitch Byers on July 16, 2008 at 8:00pm —
I recently had a birthday. I won’t say which birthday that was. But it was indeed, a celebration of yet another year under my belt. So, like any thoughtful person, I paused for some reflective thought:
1. Will this be the year I stop eating spoonfuls of Cream Cheese frosting right out of the Betty Crocker tub?
2. Is this where I thought I would be ten years ago?
3. Is it weird that Simon is way sexier to me than Ryan Seacrest?
One of our client Big 5 is looking for a Hyperion Financial Management consultants nationwide, its a fulltime positions with Big 5...
• 7+ yrs experience implementing one or more of the following technologies:
- Cognos Planning and/or Controller
- Hyperion Planning and/or HFM
- SAP Outlook Soft
• BA/BS degree required; Master’s preferred; CPA a bonus.
• Weekly client-based travel, up to 80-100% (Monday – Thursday/Friday).
One of our clients a Bi 5 is looking for A Senior Manager in the Information Management -Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence practice must have the following consulting experience with DoD clients..
Bachelor's Degree; advanced degree or MBA preferred
10-14 years of relevant work experience
Must be willing to travel nationally to client locations
Please do email me the resume in word format with salary/contact/availabilty details asap to email@example.com
Added by Sunny on July 16, 2008 at 5:46pm —
please let me know if you have any QA guys with spotfire.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any Testers with Spotfire, test scripts and
I have the following need Spotfire, Test Script and Quality Center. Load/Stress, Integration and System Testing.
Client is seeking and experienced tester. The candidate must have ALL of the following: Knowledge of Spotfire. Testing Skills: Quality Center Experience: Experience and… Continue
Added by Rob on July 16, 2008 at 4:25pm —
You may be interested in a new site I was introduced to called Blue Chip Expert. They have a community concept called Million Ready Minds, and the premise of Million Ready Minds is that a great many professionals are frustrated in their inability to find project work that maximizes their skills, whether for organizations or charitable causes. Million Ready Minds offers a place where people can go to share ideas, connect with like minded people, offer mentoring to others, and importantly be… Continue
Added by Craig Sidell on July 16, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Top 10 Ways to Differentiate Your Recruiting Service For The Candidate
1. Get to know the candidate…….…really. Find out what makes them tick and what lights them up.
2. Offer interviewing training
3. Find out what is underneath their decision making criteria
4. Create a Career Niche Q & A Blog like Marketing Headhunter
5. Offer on line an on line career coaching blog
6. Offer career bridging services
7. Offer strength finder /career advisory… Continue
Sociologists are discovering that children may not make parents happier and that childless adults, contrary to popular stereotypes, may often be more contented than people with kids. Studies have also shown, says Simon, that parental depression increases along with the number of children parents have. -- NPR…
Hey look, I see one.... and another... and hey, is that another one?!
Mobile barcodes - they're popping up everywhere. And if you don't know what to look for, you just might miss them or brush them off as some sort of funny little logo or aesthetic addition without meaning. If that's you... you're wrong.
Ever have almost a surreal conversation . . . like you think you're being played while you're holding out for the punchline? Well, I have. This is how it went yesterday in a conversation with my buddy, Borg-Biller:
Me: "Borg-Biller, how ya been? Still Borg-Billin over there at that Big-Box firm?
Borg-Biller: "Yeah, you know me. Billin, billin, billin!"
Me: "Wow, so what's your commission over there?"
Borg-Biller: "Well, I take home 40% up to $250k, 50%… Continue