All Blog Posts Tagged 'emails' (8)

Emails to your boss

E-mail etiquette is very important in the working space. A modicum of straight-laced, formal writing is required when you are drafting up an email, especially in your emails to your BOSS. Communicating via email to your boss should be...Emails to your boss…

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Added by Jan Hudson on July 22, 2015 at 1:08pm — 2 Comments

Developers Read Bad Recruiting Emails via Entelo

Entelo made this video about recruiting emails their developer received and I thought it worth sharing.  Great stuff in here...if you have done it, stop.  

And yes, mistakenly posted twice but I laughed both times.  

From Entelo:  

Published on May 20, 2015

Recruiters send alot of emails, and they aren't always perfect. We asked our Engineers…

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Added by Noel Cocca on May 22, 2015 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Old School vs New School Recruiter - Infographic


Infographic - Old School vs New School Recruiter

Posted Courtesy of Herdwisdom.com

Added by Noel Cocca on December 12, 2012 at 5:36pm — 2 Comments

What Candidates Really Think – A Cautionary Tale for Recruiters

We’ve all done it. Sent off that form letter email to a dozen or more “qualified” candidates. Maybe it’s an InMail, maybe you actually found someone’s personal email address. You’ve drafted what you think is a rather clever pitch and have shot it through cyberspace hoping a fabulous candidate will see the wisdom and value in writing you back. This guy did.

Ted Goas is a Web Developer who gets roughly one email a day from technical recruiters.…

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Added by Amy Ala on August 9, 2012 at 12:28pm — 29 Comments

8 Simple Steps to Improve the Return on your Passive Candidate Approaches

This blog originally appeared here on socialtalent.co

The following is an extract…

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Added by Johnny Campbell on February 7, 2012 at 12:17pm — 5 Comments

Learn how to Find Missing Email IDs of Candidates - Recruiter Special

LeadResearcher is an Internet research tool that allows Recruiters to instantly find the missing E-mail Ids for Candidate Profiles from Social Networking Sites. Enter the candidate & company name and LeadResearcher will find the working E-mail Id from the Internet.



LeadResearcher enables Recruiting professionals to quickly piece together missing information for their leads. For example, With Just name & Company, LeadResearcher searches the Internet, blogs, social networking… Continue

Added by Joel John Fernandes on November 23, 2009 at 3:01pm — No Comments

Why You Should Include HTML Text In Your Emails

Why You Should Include HTML Text In Your Emails

by Aaron Smith , Thursday, July 17, 2008



I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION that most email marketers were well aware of the advantages of including HTML text - also known as system text - as opposed to graphical text in their messages. But I am still frequently surprised to see emails in my inbox from well-established players that rely almost exclusively on images to convey the main point of the message.



Alas, long gone are the… Continue

Added by 01. Lonnie McRorey on July 17, 2008 at 10:44am — No Comments

back after two weeks and.....

i returned to the office after being out for two weeks due to the birth of my child and i must say times have changed. when my son was born, i didn't have access to email while out of the office. it seemed as though i spent at least a day and a half answering email and voicemails. technology has certainly made things easier for situations like this. i took only a few moments each day while out of the office to answer/forward/delete emails and voicemails. as a result, yesterday was a breeze and… Continue

Added by Recruiterdude on April 8, 2008 at 8:22am — No Comments

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