These days there are a plenty of things demanding our attention. There are plenty of ways to attract attention. And, plenty of subjects and subject-matter that always seem be the center of attention.
In fact, whether or not you realize it, many messages recruiters send (calls, voice mails, emails,…Continue
In less than one year, I cancelled my LinkedIn premium account. It wasn't because of the cost; two of my placements were the direct result of using their In-mail feature. So why did I forfeit over 75 unused In-mail credits? Let’s just say that I was spending way too much time on the site. Looking at profiles…Continue
A few possibilities include:
1) Nosy lookie-loos just curious about what you have going on.
2) You’ve changed…Continue
Added by Kelly Blokdijk on April 23, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments
I have been using LinkedIn since the beginning and have had a LinkedIn Recruiter account for the last few years. I was doing a audit of my current account usage, as well as trying different formats to increase responses. With a current accept rate of 15%, I should be happy with the results, right? I look back to comments by Lou Adler about how to get a much higher response rate. I use templates and personalized messages. I try both direct and indirect recruiting.
In doing a deep…Continue
Automation is wonderful if it helps you become more efficient and productive with your time. There are a plenty of tools and technology that do just that. So far, however, there aren’t any such advancements completely capable of hiding overt laziness. A few examples:
Bullhorn Reach job postings – Being a prominent fixture in the recruiting world, Bullhorn is widely used as a job ad…Continue
Added by Valerie Gonyea on March 23, 2008 at 11:00am — No Comments