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.…
or shoptalk behind the door. It just doesn't seem good for the "brand" I'm trying create for myself. Suggestions?
At the same time, I realize that it can be used to drum up google hits, but then my posts here who serve an duplicitous purpose. Suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
jtravis61 @ gmail.com…
job board, aggregator, niche site) on behalf of our clients. Only to find out in our source analytics that board is re-aggregating traffic to Indeed, Simply Hired and other Tier 2 aggregators our client is already leveraging directly.
We want to aim to control this from happening to ensure a quality job seeker experience but it seems very common practice. Any suggestions aside from this pro-active clause approach, slapping their wrist or pulling a campaign? Thanks for a great post!…