A current (and pretty much on going) rant of mine is how utterly poor many recruitment agency websites are for the jobseeker and the agency.
Don't get me wrong there are agencies out their really using their own website well and gettinng canidate CVs / resumes at highly cost effective prices.
It is not for trying - there are many SME agencies who have been sold a "great website" by suppliers who have totally ripped them off and missed key SEO must haves along with delivering a shocking user experience.
How many applications a month do you get from your website?
How are those users finding your sitie?
Does your site help the pragmatic job seeker - the active browser?
Do you give the job seeker enough information to decide to apply?
Is you application process full of large forms with many questions?
Can candidates register their CV with you?
Can Google read your job adverts?
I could go on all day with such questions!
So how are you doing? Are you happy with your site? Are you looking forward to my up comming blog posts on how to do it properly? What is the biggest question you would like my blog
Come on guys and gals - get discussing!