Everything You Need To Know About Social Recruiting

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Virtual recruiting methods have taken over the industry over the last few years. As our workforce begins to truly pass into the hands of the younger generations, social recruiting becomes more and more common. Candidates are online like never before, and recruiters have answered the call by increasing their social media presence and focus.  If […]

Data Driven Recruitment Maximizes Your Talent Budget

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Today’s recruiting climate is considered by many to be the most competitive ever. “The War for Talent” has gone from being just a buzzword to being a way of lie– with qualified talent harder to find than ever and critical roles increasingly difficult to fill. Considering these challenges, more recruiters realize that the future of […]

3 Social Recruiting Strategies that Reach College Students and Graduates

Job Level Distribution Campaigns Target the Right Job Seekers on the Right Sites

Social media lets you find and connect with the next generation. Interns are an investment in their future and yours. Recent graduates complement your company roster. And both of them use at least one social channel on a regular basis. Social recruiting strategies range from basic to sophisticated. Some recruiters post job ads and leave […]

Win the Talent Sourcing Hunger Games With Candidate Re-Engagement

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It’s a fiercely competitive landscape out there with talent acquisition pros vying for top candidates at every turn. Everyone needs an edge in order to survive, and a great one might be right under your nose. We’re talking about candidate re-engagement. Who fits into that category? It could be anyone you’ve worked with, hired, nearly […]

Can the Trendy Social Channels Improve Your Social Recruiting?

Can the Trendy Social Channels Improve Your Social Recruiting?

Call it a stunt or whatever you like, social recruiting via the more trendy channels can be a very big deal. That’s what employers are finding lately, and you can jump in the game, too. Of course, you probably won’t use any of these as your sole source for finding clever and creative candidates. You’ve […]

Why Content is Your Greatest Social Recruiting Asset

Can the Trendy Social Channels Improve Your Social Recruiting?

Think content marketing is all about promoting the company brand and creating growth? Well, you’re partly right. But if you haven’t tapped into this rich and deep well for attracting the mover and shaker talent in your industry, you’re selling yourself short. Content is a boon for social recruiting. It’s a shark tank out there. […]

4 Tips for Using Snapchat for Social Recruiting

Common Mistakes in Social Recruiting

As if there weren’t enough social media options to think about, along comes the sleeper hit, Snapchat. It’s nothing like Facebook or even Twitter, and definitely not like the business-attire-only LinkedIn. Snapchat is all about bite-size storytelling that boosts your employer brand. Snapchat is informal, and that’s the whole point. With a younger candidate pool, […]

5 Ways Recruiters Blow it at Tech Social Recruiting


It wasn’t long ago that social media and social recruiting were buzz-worthy ideas for recruiting. But now it’s part of everyday fare for a majority of recruiters, so you’ve got to get it right. There were no set rules when recruiters first tiptoed into the social recruiting arena to test it out. Now there are, […]

Expert Interview with Tony Restell on Social Recruiting


Social media is becoming more and more important in recruiting, and no one knows that better than Tony Restell. As the founder of Social Hire, Tony specializes in leveraging social networks to deliver recruiting results. He laid out for us the new frontier in finding the right employee for the right job. SEE ALSO: How […]

Expert Interview with Chandra Turner on Recruiting Millennials


College grads are entering a new and uncertain job market. Even in publishing, they’re not sure where to start, so Chandra Turner’s made it her job to show them how to work in the publishing industry at Ed2010. She took a moment to talk with us about how the recent graduate finds a job.Tell us […]

Expert Interview with Imriel Morgan on Mobile and Social Recruiting

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Unless you stopped leaving your house sometime before the Y2K bug was expected to destroy the world as we know it, you’ve probably noticed that mobile devices are kind of a big deal.And if you’re a business owner who wants to recruit top-notch employees more effectively, then experts advise you jump on the mobile bandwagon […]

Expert Interview with Jacco Valkenburg on Social Recruiting


Whether it’s a business hoping to track down more qualified job candidates or job seekers wanting to get on the inside track with a coveted position, employer branding and recruitment consultant Jacco Valkenburg recommends harnessing the power of social media.“Instead of relying on selecting from the best possible applicants, organizations can use social media to […]

How to Turbocharge Your Social Media Recruitment Advertising Efforts

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Social media is becoming a focal point for job seekers and recruiters, either in terms of advertising of positions, or as a supplement more established recruitment techniques like the use of job boards. A number of startups are launching tools designed to work with social media to help employers find job candidates and job candidates […]

Leveraging Social Media for Your Advertisers

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Recruitment advertising is a great way to attract talent. However, your advertising strategy should be supplemented with an active presence on social media. The fact of the matter is that advertising will get you the attention of active job seekers. These are the people who are currently seeking a job, either because they are out […]

Facebook Flu, and the Death of Social Recruiting?


A research paper by two Princeton University students recently went viral predicting the impending doom of a giant in the world of viral web content, and it did so using an analogy based on how actual viruses spread. In case you haven’t heard, graduate students John Cannarella and Joshua A. Spechler, of Princeton’s Department of […]