Hi Recruiters-I got a call last week from my contact at a very interesting company in the Peninsula. (Bay Area) They have developed an extremely disruptive technology and have the backing of some big…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Schultz Aug 5, 2013.
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InMails are expensive but quite useful. If you take your time to devise compelling text for your inmail, you will reap the benefits. While each person won't be a slam dunk for the position at hand, you will have impressed them with your style enough to rise above the recruiter fray.
1. The Subject:
I often spend the most time on this part. It should clearly convey the reason for the message. It should be catchy but not salesy. It should be complimentary…Continue
Posted on July 17, 2012 at 2:22pm — 19 Comments
I have this client, see. He is a first time CEO. NIce company, good product- early stage, angel funded (so cash is king) but profitable. Going out for VC funding soon.
The issue is he's not hiring anyone. Well he is for one role but we are sending candidates opportunistically. He's offering them consulting gigs (which is fine as these are exploso candidates) but when the subject of money comes up, he says something to the effect of "well, i'm letting them peek under the kimono…Continue
Posted on January 12, 2012 at 6:45pm — 14 Comments