Time to reach into that special bag possessed by The Sourcers’ Apprentice, and again, lets start the first chorus of a song I know (yes, I do) we’ll be revisiting again (and again…) until everyone is properly and completely in tune. If you fill in the blanks above, astute people will know that the topic of the week is part 1 dedicated to L*nked*n (oh, its just too much fun writing it this way). “I” see the topic as one of those covered by many “Experts” but followed by few, as everyone has…Continue
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Yesterday, I received a job offer through a LinkedIn email message. My first thought was that it was a scam, but I was already connected to the person so that made me…Continue
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This blog originally appeared here on our site, socialtalent.co.
Do you advertise jobs or products/services? Are you blogging? If you think that just simply putting…
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Are you a LinkedIn power user? If you are, you still may be surprised to learn about LinkedIn Labs. LinkedIn Labs is a small set of projects and experimental features built by the employees of LinkedIn. In this episode I focus on two of my favorites: Resume Builder and Hero Connect. I think that both of those apps are incredibly useful to recruiters and job seekers. Click here to download the show…Continue
Added by Jim Stroud on January 31, 2012 at 1:06pm — No Comments
Maybe the shopper couldn’t find the shipping costs, and decided to skip it. Maybe an item was out of stock when they went to checkout, so they left the site feeling disappointed. Perhaps they had a question, but it was too difficult to contact…Continue
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…
Hi guys, welcome to 2012! Now back at the wheel I have a few observations about how candidate sourcing will be this year and a little more energy to express my thoughts.
I have heard it said that if 2011 was the year of social…Continue
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Taken from our Webinar yesterday, here's the written explanation of Influence on Social Media, and why you need…
How to post to multiple Linkedin groups from one page is the subject of this week's episode. Is this even possible? The short answer is yes, by using a certain Chrome extension called "Add to Any." Click here to download the show notes which has links to all of the items mentioned in the show. Thanks!
Added by Jim Stroud on January 10, 2012 at 1:15pm — No Comments
Social Recruiting finally went mainstream in 2011 with corporate and agency recruiters embracing LinkedIn and internet sourcing as a required skill for the modern recruiter, shifting away from job-board advertising to digital headhunting. It was also a year of continued economic uncertainty ending with fear of a double dip recession in Europe and beyond. Despite this we will remember 2011 as the year that the recruitment industry took its head out of the arse of the global recession and…
Many companies out there are still trying to figure out how to best leverage the power of social media for their marketing efforts and recruiting and staffing firms are no different. Lots of firms have set up a presence on social media platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn to connect with a larger audience and publicize their job posts but are still trying to find their footing.
I’ve found that the big challenge these firms are facing is that they’re unsure of how to manage the…Continue
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Cast your eye over any article, blog or tweet regarding 'social media' platforms and pretty much every time you will hear LinkedIn included in the list, especially when talking about 'social' recruiting. I don't know about you though, but I don't see LinkedIn as social technology at all, certainly not in the same way as…Continue
Facebook or LinkedIn? Which is better to recruit with, my dear? When it comes to advertising, Twitter says you can have it your way. How is this for a cool recruiting strategy? Solve an online puzzle and you get to apply for a spy job for the British government. All this, plus Jim Stroud goes hip hop, if only for a moment, on this episode of The Jim Stroud Show. …Continue
Since we largely train recruiters and businesses how to leverage the power of social media as a sourcing tool, an employer branding tool and a business development tool, one common question we get asked all the time from nervous HR managers to company directors is advice on a social media policy that will enable…Continue
Social Recruiting news is reported by Jim Stroud. In this episode, Jim discusses LinkedIn's stellar performance as a company, Google as the most attractive employer and Facebook comments being indexed by search engines. Plus, Jim gives a shout out to the people of mobile recruiting camp.
Added by Jim Stroud on November 5, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Social Recruiting, Social Media, Social Networks, Social Search and pretty much whatever Jim Stroud thinks is cool is featured on The Jim Stroud Show. In this episode, Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram and LinkedIn are discussed. Tune in now and let me know what you think? Thanks...
Added by Jim Stroud on October 27, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
What has become the norm in the recruiting industry is that social recruiting dominates the headlines. I have to ask, why shouldn't it? The two biggest names in social media are LinkedIn and Facebook. LinkedIn just concluded its' very successful LinkedIn Talent Connect 2011 and The Recruiting Innovation Summit was…Continue
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