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Social Media Architecture/Framework!!!!!! Part 2





                                        Social Media Architecture/Framework!!!!!! Part 2



This will be the 2nd in a series of posts about Social media architecture/framework.



In part one we went over the why, we talked about branding and about seeing what is being said out there about you.



Now it’s time to go over some of the social sites.



Sites: now keep in mind there are hundreds and more every day. They…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on November 10, 2011 at 9:37pm — No Comments

Social Media Architecture/Framework!!!!!! Part 1





Social Media

Architecture/Framework!!!!!! Part 1





This will be the first in a series of

posts about Social media architecture/framework. Ensure you read the prelude to

this series posted last week.

 

Note some of this info will be repetitive from

post to post, this is done to ensure the info is emphasized.



NOTE: THERE ARE OTHER TOOLS, SITES,

AND WAYS THIS CAN BE DONE, THIS IS…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on November 4, 2011 at 7:34pm — No Comments

Seven Billion

The United Nations projects that the seven billionth person will be born today somewhere in the world. Our ever increasing population and the demands it creates for goods and services generates tremendous opportunities for companies of all sizes. Simply being ready to serve a wider audience, however, does not constitute the preparation necessary to compete in the new economy. You must eliminate, innovate, and automate aspects of your business to hone your competitive edge:

Eliminate…

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Added by Scott Wintrip on October 31, 2011 at 10:39am — 3 Comments

A Prelude to Social Media Architecture/Framework!





A Prelude to Social Media Architecture/Framework!



This is going to be a

prelude to a 5 part series on social media architecture/framework for

individuals.

First thing is first, what are you trying to accomplish?

Who are you trying get noticed by?



Once you have determined that, figure out what message

you should send to accomplish this and what your personnel brand should be.



The…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on October 28, 2011 at 4:01pm — No Comments

Placing jobs on Twitter just became easier!!





Placing jobs on Twitter just became easier!!





I know allot of staffing professionals place their jobs on twitter. Most ways of doing it

are a little time consuming and a bit of a pain. But there is an easier way,

Twitres http://www.twitres.com/a/recruiter. Twitres allows you to easily tweet your job requirements.

The tweet will even include a link for candidates to submit resumes…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on October 20, 2011 at 8:38pm — No Comments

This October - Staffing Ghouls, Ghosts and Sourcering The Good Old Fashioned Way

It's just so hard to believe it will be 2012 before we know it.  Around the corner - November, December and holidays.

 

As I write this this forum has been developing and evolving just like everything else in staffing land.  Sourcing or as I like to call it sourcering or working the staffing magic has…

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Added by Mike Rasmussen on October 19, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments

Increasing Your Profits

 

Two important issues face the staffing industry: price and low market penetration. By increasing how many buyers write checks, both can get better.

Only 18% of companies use staffing and recruiting services each year. That gives you 82% potential to improve the market share of your business. As you get more of that 82% to buy, quote your full fees and rates knowing that you are worth it. This one act alone can bend your profitability in the right direction.

So, keep…

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Added by Scott Wintrip on October 17, 2011 at 7:56am — No Comments

Going Hmm versus Nodoubt





Going Hmm versus Nodoubt 





So there seems to be 2 lines of

thinking with regards to what to look for when reviewing a resume. 

Some recruiters, staffing

professionals, and hiring managers look for a nodoubt, sure things, guarantee

hire when they review a resume anything less gets pushed aside.



Others look for the HMM, the maybe,

the worth talking to.

So which approach is the…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on October 15, 2011 at 9:52pm — No Comments

Recruiter Turnover is GREEEAAT!!

All right, so it has been way too long. 11 months to be exact.  Every superhero goes into hiding. Mr. Incredible did with all of the supers, but he came back.

I have come out of hiding called work. Over the last eleven months, our team has done a major implementation of a new applicant tracking system, had 100% turnover in my department and due to the incredible efforts of our sales department our business is up which means we have been knee deep in requisitions. With the exception of…

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Added by Michael Goldberg on October 13, 2011 at 12:55pm — 3 Comments

Using Pay-Per-Click Advertising as a Tool to Attract Passive Candidates

While online sourcing brings definite benefits to recruitment campaigns, the sheer vastness of the World Wide Web means that sometimes it can be difficult to direct your focus and find the holy grail of top-tier candidates.

 

Have you ever considered pay-per-click advertising? Think of it this way.  Suppose someone searches Youtube for your company’s latest viral video or catchy commercial ad. While they originally searched for your videos because they were looking for some…

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Added by Dana Feigel on October 9, 2011 at 4:41am — 2 Comments

Years VS Quality!!





Years VS Quality!!

When reviewing a resume or writing a

job description there is always thought given to years of experience. But the

question is, is it really years of experience that is most important or the

quality of what was done that is the most important.





Let’s say you need a recruiter, but

the emphasis is on sourcing. 90% of the job is going to be sourcing and you

want 8 years of experience as a recruiter.…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on October 7, 2011 at 2:24pm — 1 Comment

No Client, I will not send your ideal candidate

                                           Would you hire this individual? Most of my clients won't.



I thought of adding this to the rant forum but thought other RBC members might have experienced similar situations. Perhaps there… Continue

Added by Tim Spagnola on October 6, 2011 at 8:37am — 18 Comments

Are You Selling the Flavor of the Month?

Paul is a classic example of being a salesman of the flavor of the month. Every month or two, he sells tasty changes to his strategy. This month, he’s decided that he will handle managing the sales and recruiting team himself. Last month, his branch managers were charged with that task. Two months prior to that, he had divided his staff into pods led by a senior team member. While any one of these initiatives could have worked, none were given the time required to achieve the desired result of… Continue

Added by Scott Wintrip on October 3, 2011 at 9:14am — No Comments

World vision Versus Funnel Vision!!

World vision Versus Funnel Vision!!

 

What kind of vision do you use when reviewing resumes or looking at profiles? Do you focus only at the very first few lines? Do you perhaps read the whole thing but only treat each section, each line as an individual entity? If you do that is Funnel vision. Think of a funnel; think you are looking through the big end out of the little end. This allows you to only see a little bit at a time of what…

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Added by Dean Da Costa on September 29, 2011 at 7:37pm — No Comments

Preparation Is Key

In my opinion failure to prepare for anything you do in life, never mind my job as a recruiter or for an interview is a fatal sin.

 

Abraham Lincoln said “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four hours sharpening the axe".  This is the way any successful person should prepare for every battle.  Don’t get me wrong I haven’t always been someone…

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Added by Lipton Fleming on September 27, 2011 at 4:57am — 4 Comments

Referral Recruiting Reviewed

 

There has been a few posts recently on refferal recruiting, and whether technology and employer branding initiatives will make every employee a recruiter for the company.That's not a view I hold. The best people to recruit are recruiters, Their job is to identify the best candidates for a post, manage the hiring manager and both sides of the process and close all parties…

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Added by Bill Boorman on September 24, 2011 at 9:41pm — 9 Comments

Double Dipping in your Recruitment Campaigns

No matter if you are receiving too many applicants or receiving too few, there is always value in looking on how you can maximize the performance of your recruitment marketing campaigns.

 

Whether it’s increasing your ability to collect recruiting contacts through opt-in or creating a better recruitment marketing mix of recruiting channels, there are plenty of opportunities to set up processes…

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Added by Chris Brablc on September 20, 2011 at 9:35am — No Comments

Simply Balanced

Most sensible people avoid driving drunk and even driving while overly fatigued, knowing the physical harm they could do behind the wheel of a car. Yet, many of these same sensible individuals are driving their businesses under the influence of little sleep, long working hours, and extraordinary amounts of stress. Little thought is given to the harm that could befall the company and its clients as a result of the poor decisions and inattentiveness that come with being out of… Continue

Added by Scott Wintrip on September 19, 2011 at 8:19am — No Comments

Are You Google Friendly?

Google Friendly

 

Back in the day…… one of the most important obstacles in securing your dream job (other than skills, interviews & receiving the offer) was getting a good reference from your previous employers. These days there’s an extensive social media list of obstacles to consider aswell i.e. Google,…

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Added by Lipton Fleming on September 19, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments

Sourcing through Facebook: From “Nah” to “Yeah!”

“Facebook and Sourcing?  Nah…”

The debate about Facebook’s revolutionary role in online sourcing rages on.  Some recruiters, citing the site’s reputation as a purely social networking site, claim that its informal atmosphere seemingly precludes any serious professional networking (a niche filled by LinkedIn).  Simply put, they say, Facebook users log-on to have fun, not to look for jobs.  

 

On the contrary.  As a corporate recruiter,…

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Added by Dana Feigel on September 19, 2011 at 5:15am — 19 Comments

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