, run by recruiting blogger and HR technology expert Ryan
is merging with recruiting and HR directory, RecruitingTools.com
The new site will be called RecruitingTools.com
“CruiterTalk is a fantastic site and has self generated an incredible
community of faithful readers. The content is not changing,” said Leary.
“The site is dedicated to uncovering unique sourcing methods,
recruiting tools and recruiting technology. Sharing this great content
on RecruitingTools.com will immediately open this information to
thousands of new readers.”
, the social network for recruiting and HR
professionals, purchased the CruiterTalk site in December of 2009.
Leary has continued writing for the site and moderating the community.
RecruitingTools.com, also owned by RecruitingBlogs.com has been a lead
resource for recruiters seeking information on new companies and
“We’ve seen that RecruitingTools.com is an effective driver of a good
targeted recruiting audience to companies who make recruiting products
and software,” said Jason Davis, CEO of RecruitingBlogs.com
confident that by just changing the name from CruiterTalk to
RecruitingTools.com we will bring content and a comprehensive recruiting
software directory together in a very effective way.”
Leary will continue to write on the site and do thoughtful, in-depth
product testing, one of the things that has elevated his blog beyond the
standard how-to fare.
Ryan Leary has been recruiting since 2003 and is currently working for
were he leads the Sourcing Science Division; a
strike team leveraging technology and social media planning, building
strategy for clients and supporting global recruitment operations. Ryan
is a noted sourcer within executive search and has built a strong
reputation as a blogging authority in and around recruiter training.
RecruitingBlogs.com is a community for Recruiters and HR Professionals
established in 2006. As of this writing, the network has over 20,000
members with an online community totaling over 80,000.
RecruitingBlogs.com also runs recruiting related sites: RecruiterBooks