In today’s technology heavy society, it will comes as no surprise to many of you that Facebook has now become one of many ways to advertise and apply for jobs both online and in your local area. While it was probably inevitable – with fan pages and business pages having been a part of Facebook for a few years now – using Facebook as a means of advertising a position within your company is not yet a pain free process.
However it is not all doom and gloom as there are a number of…Continue
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Facebook Graph Search has significantly changed and this creates fantastic opportunities for Recruiters. As everyone knows Facebook is massive, much bigger than LinkedIn or…Continue
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Member company Vantiv is the nation's largest PIN debit acquirer (The Nilson Report, March 2013) and one of the nation's fastest growing technology firms. You might not realize it, but they've driven many of the changes that prompted the shift from cash to electronic payments.
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Some of these mistakes are basic, some are less obvious, but each of them can significantly hold you back from gaining the followers and influence…Continue
Everyone knows the legend of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, immortalized and fictionalized in the film The Social Network.He went from college dropout to multimillionaire in just a few short years.
Jan Koum, CEO of WhatsApp was raised in the Ukraine in a home with no electricity and…Continue
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So I’m going to tell it to you straight. When it comes to investing time in a Facebook page, lately, I’m just plain against it. Well, that is unless you’re going to spend money on ads. Seriously. The social media budget is a reality.
I’m sorry if you’ve spent a ton of resources and energy building out an organic Facebook plan. News flash: the organic only days are gone. Organic reach is in the…Continue
Known as the “Big Three”: LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook have led the way in social recruiting. It makes sense, connections are simple to make, there are vast pools of data to be collected and these are where internet users are spending massive amounts of their time. While the Big Three are the place…Continue
Recent changes to LinkedIn's feature-set whereby "Company Pages" are afforded In-Profile Activity Feed's (like Facebook's "Update Status"), but "Member Profile Pages" no longer enjoy the feature, "Censor" Agency Recruiters for 2 key reasons.…Continue
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Within the last 30 days, more than 1.19 billion people have signed onto Facebook to update their profiles; interact with their friends, family members, acquaintances, and coworkers; follow companies; and conduct their social, personal, and professional lives…Continue
Recruitment technology has largely been a laggard in both innovation and adoption, several years behind the consumer curve. But as last week’s iTalent competition at the…Continue
Attracting Talent: Good companies create a strong brand identity with their customers and then deliver on that promise. Great employment brands do the same, with quantifiable and qualitative results. As a result, the right people choose to join your company.
Selecting Talent: Management should implement proven talent selection systems and tools to create profiles of the right people based on the competencies of high performers. It's not simply a matter of…
Rich Peterson strongly believes getting off of Facebook and YouTube and landing on LinkedIn is the first step to securing a job. It’s an absolute must to create a LinkedIn profile by the time you’re a senior in college, but it’s an even better idea to start as a freshman.
Link into as many people as you possibly can. Start to…Continue
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I know many are resistant to using Facebook for recruiting, but just bear with me for a few paragraphs. You might find I’m proposing an interesting little twist that could change your mind about Facebook.
Recruiters handle the one commodity businesses cannot function without: talent. That responsibility makes us critical supply chain managers. It means we…Continue
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Just over a month ago Facebook launched the use of #hashtags across their platform. What does this mean for you as a recruiter? It does not mean a whole lot to your recruiting strategy however the proper use of hashtags can prove to be extremely valuable, so let’s take a look at 7 great ways to leverage hashtags on Facebook.
Please note: I will strongly urge you to not waste your time…Continue
So it's been slightly more than 7 months since Facebook released it's Audio Messaging and Video Shoot capability. I am curious to ask how this is being used for recruitment. I have not seen much talk about use cases for…Continue
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The Marriott Hotel chain is known for its large complexes and global enterprise, employing hundreds of thousands of people all over the world in hospitality positions from cleaning to management and tourism.
With revenue exceeding the $11 billion dollar mark, the red…Continue
Have you seen the new changes to you LinkedIn contacts page? There are some feature changes that are both good and bad depending on your needs and how you use the tool. As LinkedIn moves towards increasing it's…Continue
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Wouldn’t you want the X-men working for you?
Professor Charles Francis Xavier, the X-men’s founder, wanted people with that something “extra,” people whose special skills were manifest yet misunderstood. He built a tool to find these unique men and women. He broke down their skills, categorized them, and finally brought them together to maximize their potential.
Professor X was in…Continue