Last week, I highlighted that Google Glass has been appearing in job ads as demand is increasing for candidates that can work on the technology or perform duties with the device. Google Glass…Continue
Google Glass's revolutionary technology has created a lot of buzz from supporters and opponents of the device. "Explorers," a term used for Glass users, tout its convenience, while opponents highlight its invasion of privacy and its impracticality. No matter what side of the fence your opinions are on,…Continue
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According to Business Insider, e-commerce is capturing a larger share of retail sales than ever before. Media, sporting, and hobby goods and electronics and appliances account for the largest percentage of online retail sales. BI expects these categories to experience steep increases in sales between 2014 and 2020. Is this…Continue
Added by Ashley Zito Rowe on May 15, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. In this article, we’ll be talking about spy sourcing tips, Google’s hiring process, social recruiting, HR technology and eHarmony joining the recruiting fray.
Before we get to the articles, I have a quick reminder. The Candidate Experience Awards…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on May 17, 2013 at 7:45am — No Comments
Social Media list of Lists!!
Main Categories: general (not specific to any brand, mission, type of person), specific (targets a specific group, such as flixster which is movie orientated), and misc (any site that does not fall under the first 2 categories). Of course each main category has many sub. Below are the social sites by sub category and of course there are more and more being brought on line every day.
Added by Dean Da Costa on December 9, 2011 at 1:58pm — No Comments
Social Media Architecture/Framework!!!!!! Part 5
This will be the 5th and final in the series of posts about Social media architecture.
In part one we went over the why, we talked about branding and about seeing what is being said out there about you. In part 2 we discussed the different sites. In part 3 we discussed tools and more. In part 4 we selected sites and tools.
Now it’s time to put it all together
First get your profiles…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on December 4, 2011 at 3:12pm — No Comments
Well actually ‘How’ I made CPL being the most visited recruitment agency web site in the country is not that exciting. The site has a really good SEO since my second job is SEO Consultant: www.SEOConsultant.ie and I managed to get a really good inbound links to it. So no wonder other agencies are using CPL.ie as a sample site when defining what do they need on their next web site. Recruitment trainers are showcasing the features of…Continue
Added by Ivan Stojanovic on October 26, 2011 at 9:57am — No Comments
The first two blogposts in our ‘career website series’ focused on the seven basic components of a great career site, and how Google Analytics can help you widen your traffic funnel. In our final post of the series, we will look at how you can optimize your site performance even further by analyzing how individual visitors interact with your site.
There is power in your direct network. In fact, every individual, every person you may come in contact with is a potential business partner. Don't get me wrong, you must tread carefully and watch your privacy and your very safety, but when one begins with the end in mind - career management, long term goals, financial considerations, filling new requisitions, and on and on and on, one must be aware how valuable a network trully is.
The larger one's network the more apt…Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on August 12, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
When I saw this title BE LESS DYNAMIC AND MORE PRODUCTIVE Re: Social media on a co-workers (Jeff Balentine) Blog (http://www.ust-global.com/blog/less-dynamic-more-productive.aspx), I jumped to read the news. Social Media and all my Web 2.0 experience boils down to this phrase. Be Less Dynamic and More Productive. Why hadn't I thought of that?
For all those who are getting started using social…Continue
Added by Susan Hand on April 26, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.
In honor of Dave Letterman’s bit on The Late Show, I’ve put together a top 10 list of my own. Here are the 10…Continue
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Added by Susan Hand on August 26, 2010 at 10:54am — No Comments
Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.
I won’t lie, I’m in love with Recruiting Metrics! I’m totally enamored with them! I love the way they look with a big “+” sign in front of them, I love the way they look on my computer dashboard and most importantly I love the knowledge they possess. Overall,…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on June 2, 2010 at 2:09pm — No Comments
As the conversation shifts from whether or not to use Social Recruiting to how best to use these new tools; I think one of the foundational principles that companies need to embrace is an aim to manage, not control the interactions. I think there are some compelling reasons why this approach will ultimately make the efforts of companies seeking talent more successful.
In a network, each member is at the center of their own personal and…
Added by Omowale Casselle on April 16, 2010 at 10:25am — No Comments
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We've all seen the stories about how social media, social networking, and social sharing are changing our lives. In fact, a recent TechCrunch article states that 44% of social sharing on the web happens on Facebook, followed by 29% on Twitter, 18% on Yahoo, and 9% on MySpace. Digging deeper, one begins to get an idea of just how social the web is becoming. According to…Continue
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