t being made to them? Knowing where they are, what they're talking about and how the perceive you or your firm is one thing. But I highly doubt any reasonable percentage of people is looking to simply be "engaged" in "conversation" for long without something a little "meatier" coming along.
They don't want to be our fans. They aren't looking for us to add constant career tips. They (should) have a purpose - as we should also.
Trying to maintain this constant stream of "content", "authentic conversations" and "reputation management" is quite hollow indeed without a desination. What's the point in Social Recruiting without it?
Well - it's off to see a client who needs to hire a few "regular" guys/gals - who isn't so much concerned about their personal brand, Linkedin "headline" or Twitter expertise.
Enjoy the day all!…
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