Noticed a reduction in your open and click through rates for emails sent over the last year? When Google rolled out changes to the way emails were filtered recruitment professionals with a large number of Gmail recipients noticed a significant drop off.
The introduction of category tabs and automatic content filtering sorts users emails into areas three areas; Primary, Social and Promotions. If you are a Gmail user the new filtering system is great for hiding all of… Continue
Added by Mike Robinson on February 11, 2015 at 9:30am —
If you think applying for a job ends at the conclusion of an interview, think again. How you follow-up after interviewing - or if you neglect to do so entirely - can end up being the deciding factor in whether or not you're offered the position. In today's increasingly digital world,… Continue
Added by Recruiter Raya on January 15, 2015 at 3:49pm —
It's happened to all recruiters and sourcers at some point. You're scouring LinkedIn or LinkedIn Recruiter in the hopes of finding the ideal candidate. You skim the preview, see what you're looking for, and excitedly click to open the profile.
Excitement turns into disappointment when you see the greyed… Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on September 29, 2014 at 6:00am —
So, I was surfing the Internet when a title of an article caught my attention. And I just couldn't resist clicking through the link to read what it was all about. The title of the article was: … Continue
Added by Ken Forrester on April 16, 2014 at 6:30am —
Once upon a time, and a beri-beri good time it was, there was a poorly-researched article about e-recruiters in The Atlantic magazine recently, which prominently featured me, without acknowledgment, and without any effort at journalistic integrity or any effort to determine the truth of the… Continue
Added by Nicholas Meyler on March 7, 2014 at 12:00am —
Summary: Although social technology advocates have been calling for the death of email for several years, it's still the dominant digital channel by which people in organizations communicate and collaborate. The role of email in our work lives should be reduced, however, both because of its own inefficiencies and the increased availability of better tools. Effective leadership is the key to… Continue
Added by Courtney Hunt on December 3, 2013 at 9:30am —
Summary: Part II of a three-part series offers 11 tips to better manage incoming emails throughout the day - both at your desk and when you're on the go - so you don't feel like all you're doing is triaging messages from others. … Continue
Added by Courtney Hunt on October 24, 2013 at 7:30am —
Summary: Part I of a three-part series offers 11 basic suggestions to help you control email. Tips are provided for setting a strong foundation, managing the flow of messages, and clearing your inbox. Part II outlines ways to manage email throughout the day, and Part III offers tips for better email creation and delivery. Additional recommendations are welcome. (… Continue
Added by Courtney Hunt on October 8, 2013 at 7:00am —
We all use email, and we use it all day long. It’s both a great help and a great hinderance. Great for some tasks, massively overused for others. In many ways, it has changed the way that we work, and the speed at which we correspond.
The reality is that email is as much a part of our working lives as the… Continue
Added by james nathan on March 8, 2013 at 10:24am —
Recruiting emails can be very effective when looking to connect with potential candidates and networking resources. It is also a great way to send a message to say, I missed connecting with you!
Over the years I have had great success connecting via email during the recruiting process. As a proven vehicle used to reach out to potential…
Added by sheila Greco on February 12, 2013 at 2:39pm —
It seems the more ways they invent for us to communicate, the worse we become at it.
Email is pretty old-school these days (and I believe smart companies will replace it, internally at least, with a social communications chat-type format), but I am still constantly amazed and frustrated by the sloppy way many people use it.
Most days I get 100 plus emails, and even discounting the ‘spammy’ ones, about half of those need not have come to me at all.
Meet 5 “e-mail… Continue
Added by Greg Savage on October 29, 2012 at 7:10pm —
How? By applying mobile optimisation to your email campaigns
Any business that needs to attract active or passive candidate talent to jobs or talent pools has or will at some time run a range of targeted email marketing campaigns. These targets may be from your own talent… Continue
Added by Martin Shaw on September 12, 2012 at 11:00am —
The rules haven’t changed, but as we enter the era of mobile communication, it is important to consider email etiquette more than ever. There are several reasons why appropriate email etiquette should be important to you:… Continue
Added by Todd Wilson on August 20, 2012 at 9:00am —
Using the right recruiting email to recruit. Customize the recruiting email each and every time!
The recruiting email!
There is the Direct Recruiting Email and A Networking…
Added by sheila Greco on August 7, 2012 at 9:00am —
Rapportive is a free app (recently acquired by LinkedIn) that shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. Rapportive helps you build rapport quickly (hence the name) and is "relationship management built into your… Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on June 9, 2012 at 7:00pm —
WiseStamp is a handy dandy app that allows you to customize your email signature.
I use the free version in conjunction with Gmail and it works swimmingly well for both branding and presenting a professional signature from a web-based email account. WiseStamp is compatible with other… Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on June 8, 2012 at 9:30am —
So you have the perfect candidate for a hot job in your database. On the other side of the desk, you’re trying to capture the attention of a potential client. You can spend all day creating an email message that will entice them to work with you, but if they don’t open your email, your effort is wasted.
Use these five tips to craft a clickable subject line, and prevent your message from sinking under the radar.
1. Address Your Reader
Have you ever… Continue
Added by Jessica Lunk on April 18, 2012 at 5:07pm —
This blog originally appeared here on socialtalent.co
The following is an extract… Continue
Added by Johnny Campbell on February 7, 2012 at 12:17pm —
We had a phenomenal response to yesterday's webinar so here's the lowdown on what we call The Recruiter's Toolkit…
As we move from Application-Screening to headhunting to recruit, our time gets eaten up by distraction and time-consuming online…
Added by Johnny Campbell on January 19, 2012 at 10:49am —
I just received an email from a staffing agency we asked to help us fill a position on a contingency basis. Our third party recruiter is a bit perturbed with us because several candidates have been submitted (some good, some not) and we haven’t interviewed any of them. Also, there have been some debates internally around paying a FT placement fee vs. contracting. I’m doing my best to keep our TPR up to date and informed but hey, sometimes things don't go according to plan. That’s… Continue
Added by Amy Ala on December 21, 2011 at 6:32pm —