ty to create a custom flash presentation for about $5-10/commercial. The concept is realitivley simple. It allows companies to create "templates" of presentations which they upload to our system. For example, they could create a "sales focused" template for any of their sales positions, and create a "developer" focused template for developer type presentations. These templates can have embedded audio , video , and graphics components. For example, the opening could be a 15 sec video of the CEO before it switches to the specific job details.
The difference is that our technology then combines the specific job attributes you are hiring and merges them into the final flash presentatoin dynamically, so that each job has a "customized" flash video, tailored just for that job. Other "custom" attributes can be associating specific audio with the final flash video. For example, we are working on a solution that allows a hiring manager to call a 1800 number, punch in their specific jobcode/jobid and record a narration that describes the speicifc job details, why it's great/challening etc. This audio will then be automatically merged at the right point in the flash presenation where the job details are displayed. Recruiters will not need to know ANY specific technologies...once the templates are uploaded, our wizard walk them through the process of asking the questions which drives the final flash presentation.
I realize this is tough to visualize, but i think when you see the final results, it will make sense. I will provide some links to some "showcase" job commercials which will demonstrate various ways companies can take advantage of the technology.
But our bet is that, at $5-$10/job commercial...the economics become much more attractive ...especially when you consider companies pay hundreds of dollars for a given job posting!…
our team. That being said, these were not live interviews. They were recorded similar to Verbal Summary, but included video.
It's not a fit for every client or position, but it does have serve a purpose. …
Added by Ryan Leary at 9:08am on February 19, 2013
recruiter who interviewed/informed them about the said position and the only recruiter with permission to represent them for this specific position with this specific client. This way I always have the candidate batting for me in advance…
Very shortly, unless you’ve been working in a specialized niche for several years a “list of names” procured by your sourcer will allow you, on the very next day, to sit down at your desk and begin your calling to fill your open position. Even if are working in a specialized niche and you’ve “just begun” your dedication into your chosen sphere a “list of names” will do the very same thing for you. And, to take this one step further, even if you have been working in a specialized niche for a number of years a “list of names” will not only save you time but also uncover new names that have flowed into the ever-changing waters of the employment landscape since the last time you peeked under the covers.
Leaving the specialized recruiter out of this, a “list of names” that is gathered to fit your very specific requirements out of very specific companies and industries will give you the foothold that gives you several steps up, quickly, in your efforts. After all, what is a list of names?
The reader in that string is encouraged to consider a “list of names” as some anonymous confluence and listing of letters in the alphabet that contain no worth or meaning. Nothing, I repeat nothing could be further from the sacred truth. A list of names that is provided by a telephone names sourcer is guaranteed to fit your requirements. After all, if you task me to go into a company that employs the best software engineers in the world doing Java to find all their developers, that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I’m not going to slap “names” onto a document that come willy-nilly out of the target (or out of any other company!) I’m going to go into the department that houses these specific types of software engineers in the company you designate and find out who specifically they are. How more pointed can that be? How more targeted can you get? How much better of a “referral” can those names be?
There’s a bonus hidden in here when you use a telephone names sourcer. A telephone names sourcer is going to find the far greater majority of possible candidates that exist in the ecosystem because – why? Most of these potential candidates cannot be found on the Internet because – why again? They’re not listed anywhere in/under/above/wherever you look on the Internet!
In the process of providing you with mostly hitherto unseen/never before spoken-to specific names (with specific titles and specific phone numbers) out of the specific companies you want I am providing you a most specific and most valuable other commodity – time savings. It is Time, my friends, that is the most precious commodity on earth. Unlike every other single commodity on earth and in the heavens, we can never get more of it. Don’t waste it by wondering what good a list of names is.
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u are applying for. Blanket resumes no longer apply and having several resumes is very common as a search becomes more specific. I would think to speak with someone you know in the profession, knows your skills, and then customize a template that can be easily adjusted to address specific positions you are applying for.…