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on Recruiting.com. (JD and I were partners once for the uninformed). That's to be expected; there's more people online. But it also proves that there are more comments not less.
You want some examples? Papa John Sumser's Death of Sourcing has over 300 comments. Now, I must admit that the regulars on that post set up camp there and talked about anything and everything. But look at Becky Metcalf's posting about trial closes. There were a lot great comments under that posting that could have been turned into postings themselves.
Or what about Becky's posting about how to turn off candidates? When she turned off the comment function, I started a new post about the same thing and the conversation continued over there.
Twitter has absorbed some of the "filter blogging" function - when you just point out a good link. But Twitter is different from a blog because the messages are so unstable. They are not only very short, they disappear immediately.
Twitter offers the quick exchange of bits of information. But blogs offer something that Twitter does not replace.…
ory...This guy in fact has an account and a website (for what that is worth). Delete...who would have guessed! Thanks for reading and posting!
Scott...I am glad to see my command and control opinion was not considered to be out in left field! It's good to hear from so many recruiters that get it in terms of best practices. Thanks for reading and posting!…