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You’ve spent all this time crafting your job listings and it’s published live on the web. Congratulations. How do you begin promoting it? Driving traffic to your job listings begins with a strategy because, let’s face it, your job listings are not going to engage great candidates if no candidates can find it. You can’t have a party if you don’t send invitations. Here are 11 free and paid sources from 5 different acquisition channels to get you started.…Continue
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A 2012 study by TheLadders revealed that Recruiters spend 6 seconds reviewing a resume. If…Continue
Job boards to me are the ideal and only place I would look for jobs. Why? Because it is so bloody simple. I register and set up some search terms so that…Continue
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
While browsing Twitter recently I noticed an organisation that was offering an all in recruitment advertising service for less than £200 (about $335), so I got in touch. Not because I have any jobs to advertise, but because I was curious. Here's what they told me:
"We will write your advert ensuring it is…Continue
What the most creative companies are doing now to get the best candidates.
Here are some samples, with more after the break.
Flickr Recruits Coders With Ads Hidden in Its Website’s Source Code. Where else?
“Lots of companies advertise their job openings to the ends of the earth, which we can’t really fault in this economy. But rather than let HR weed out applicants arbitrarily, Flickr decided to hide a link to its job…Continue
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We’re all familiar with job postings. At some point you probably spent hours sifting through them to find your next job, so you know the basics. That’s why it’s surprising that so many are dense, boring and bland. It’s like everyone that writes a job posting forgets how our brains work when we’re looking for a job.…Continue
By Dan Ridge, Senior Contributing Consultant, Q4B
I would like to think that our recruiting and management team at Q4B started something. A few months ago we decided to target a part of our recruiting process in an effort to improve the end results of the process. We noticed that this part of the process is a part of every recruiting organization’s process and that for years and years and years we have all been doing it the same way, with pretty much the same results.
Conduct an online job search these days and you’re soon confronted with lots of ads, many suggesting, without actually saying it of course, that each day spent working with them will be just like dying and going to heaven, only better. But should they be taken at face value? Is your workplace heaven? Or is it more like hell, despite what that ever so enticing advertisement that lured you there in the first place suggested? Here I take a lighthearted look at what job ads say and what they…Continue
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That was the basic premise of a talk I recently gave at the Minnesota Recruiters' Conference earlier this month. The presentation was titled, "Winning The Talent War With Effective Job Posts."
I thought I would share the main point of the talk...
Typical job posts do not affect a potential candidate's desire to apply.
Our job posts are all about our companies and what we want - they are totally focused on us. We need…Continue
During August, more than 6,000 new online job ads were posted for Recruiters. About 3,200 (52%) jobs were advertised by staffing firms and 2,800 were posted by employers (48%), both seeing about a 26% increase compared to the beginning of the year. This also represents a 31% year-over-year growth in hiring demand.
Hiring Demand for Recruiters over Past 4 Years…Continue
Putting the Recruitment Innovation Summit in Perspective
I attended the Recruiting Innovation Summit hosted by ERE, LinkedIn, and Facebook's Richard Cho a few weeks ago. The people, tone, and content of the event made it great. It was well attended, and Richard Cho of Facebook is the man. Attendees had an edge about them, giving you a sense that there is real momentum in the recruiting…Continue
The number one position that recruiters posted over the past thirty days was for Computer Specialists. There have been over 220,000 new jobs for Computer Programmers, a 26% increase from the same time period in 2010.
Hiring Demand for Computer Specialists by Employers – Past 4 Months: …Continue
First, I would like to congratulate the employees and executives at LinkedIn. What a tremendous day for your company.
The LinkedIn IPO has and will spark up the debate about an impeding Social Media Bubble. But, if you are involved in the recruiting space in any way, you should be excited…Continue
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Hiring demand for recruiters by corporate HR departments and staffing agencies continues to show steady growth. Over 10,700 new job ads were posted for Recruiters in April 2011 - up 27% over April 2010.
Hiring Demand for Personnel Recruiters - 4 Years:…
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