se the forums. If you want to confront, to post a commercial message, to have a one sided dialog, to preach, use the blogs. Free speech is important at RecruitingBlogs.com. Manners dictate the appropriate forum.
It seems to me that maybe these “Introduction" messages belong more properly in the Blog Posts section – by the way, doesn’t the Profiles that RBC affords each and every one of us accomplish this same thing?
I bring this up because past experience in other groups tells me these “Intros” create an unending stream of postings that create that same unending stream of notices in our mailboxes that yes, indeed another person has chosen to use the Forum to “introduce” themselves.
I’m not trying to be a wet blanket but we’re all learning protocol together. This is only a suggestion. That’s ALL it is. And yes, I understand there are some of you who will find this funny coming from me.
By the way, I think John's "suggestion" list should be posted as "de rigueur" for social networking sites.…
l to make more placements and create a new revenue stream. Be sure to refer your Recruiter colleagues; the more recruiters we have on the site, the more opportunities we will all have to make deals.
Thomas F.X. Licari
The Recruiter's Association
ommunity. This week #trulondon, capably organised by colleague Bill Boorman, will be a big test in the UK marketplace. When we tie this to the online radio movement (Bill now does 3 shows on Mondays, for the Down Under, UK and US audiences), blogging and tweeting, we are reaching more people than ever before.
The ERE event yesterday consistently had in excess of 300 viewers on its own USTREAM link; it would be interesting to know how many watched on other sites like Recruiting Blogs, Peer Goudschmidt in Holland, and on our stream on RCEuro.com (unfortunately I can's seem to figure that out yet).
We welcome your participation, comments and feedback on Thursday. I will be trying to run regular blog updates and video interviews from the sessions on the RCEuro site as well as a number of post event articles.
Looking forward to meeting you in person.
perhaps a more complex platform than some of the other social sites and does take some thinking about to understand the subtleties of how to use it to communicate and source. That said, because of this complexity, there is real scope to leverage it in ways that the casual user will not be able to.
My Webinar is on Thursday, I'll be using a Google Hangout and will no doubt post the recording on RecruitingBlogs for anyone who may be interested. For anyone wanting to watch it live and follow the twitter stream, there is more info on my blog page www.intel-sw.com/blog