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Joshua Letourneau commented on ryanchartrand's blog post 'Welcome to the Recruitment Content War'
"The key is our ability to recruit - you know, like really "recruit" someone. All the other stuff is noise, so ultimately, who cares if we all have access to the same candidates online? It's the reason why Sourcing has become…"
May 5, 2010
bill josephson commented on ryanchartrand's blog post 'Welcome to the Recruitment Content War'
"Brian, I don't Internet search for candidates at all. What I require is a good company with a position someone would want and a process with that company that works--specially a seriousness/urgency to hire. From there it's going to the…"
May 4, 2010
Brian Meeks commented on ryanchartrand's blog post 'Welcome to the Recruitment Content War'
"I enjoyed the article. Bill, I find it impossible to believe that with 500,000,000 people on Facebook, and millions on Twitter, and Linkedin, that the the 'passive candidates' you have recruited aren't using these sites. The fact…"
May 4, 2010
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Welcome to the Recruitment Content War

On #talentnet they raised the issue that since everything on Twitter is public, there's no way for a recruiter to gain any sort of competitive advantage.Take LinkedIn or a job board, for example. On LinkedIn, you pay to get access to everyone's profiles, otherwise your network is limited to who you know. On a job board, you pay extra to get your job posting at the top of the search results, or you pay extra to get…See More
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Melissa Howe commented on ryanchartrand's blog post 'How to make candidates believe your employment brand'
"Great article! Employment Branding is so key for employers today. Here is a link to Employment Videos that can truly bring your company to life: http://sandiego.jobing.com/recruiting/employment-video"
Aug 17, 2009
Dan Nuroo commented on ryanchartrand's blog post 'How to make candidates believe your employment brand'
"Thanks Ryan, Loved this post as always. Speaking my language my friend."
Aug 13, 2009
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How to make candidates believe your employment brand

If there's one thing I've learned about employment branding in reality, it's that an employment brand alone really won't get you anywhere.You might have your ad agency put together a fancy ad that resembles the key points of your employment brand and has imagery that encompasses the culture of your company. But even that only gets you so far.There comes a point in a candidate's experience of your employment brand's message that they either buy into and believe your company's vision and that…See More
Aug 12, 2009

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How to make candidates believe your employment brand

Posted on August 12, 2009 at 7:04pm 2 Comments

If there's one thing I've learned about employment branding in reality, it's that an employment brand alone really won't get you anywhere.



You might have your ad agency put together a fancy ad that resembles the key points of your employment brand and has imagery that encompasses the culture of your company. But even that only gets you so far.



There comes a point in a candidate's experience of your employment brand's message that they either buy into and believe your… Continue

10 ways to promote your social recruiting campaign in-house

Posted on June 23, 2009 at 2:31pm 0 Comments

As I wrap up a social recruiting campaign with a client (and yes, links will come once it launches...tomorrow), I thought I'd write about building an in-house promotion campaign you can run to get your social recruiting campaign off the ground and running (a post I've actually never seen anyone else do before surprisingly).



So why promote in-house? The answer is obvious (hopefully): your employees are your greatest resource when building any kind of social media campaign,… Continue

Welcome to the Recruitment Content War

Posted on April 30, 2009 at 6:30pm 7 Comments

Recruitment Content War On #talentnet they raised the issue that since everything on Twitter is public, there's no way for a recruiter to gain any sort of competitive advantage.



Take LinkedIn or a job board, for example. On LinkedIn, you pay to get access to everyone's profiles, otherwise your network is limited to who you know. On a job board, you pay extra to get your job posting at the top of the search results, or… Continue

It's time to take 'social recruiting' to the next level

Posted on April 23, 2009 at 3:11pm 1 Comment

As I was writing up a 'social media recruiting guide' for a client today, I had one of my many epiphanies:



We are finally to the point where social media can become REALLY powerful for recruitment.




Now you might be thinking, "Golly, it's been pretty powerful already hasn't it?" Yes, you just thought "Golly."



Yes and no. Yes, it's done wonders to help recruiters find talent and to help companies brand themselves as the ultimate employers of… Continue

Microsoft nails it with recruiter profiles on careers site

Posted on February 13, 2009 at 1:30pm 25 Comments

I've always been a fan of Microsoft's online recruitment efforts, and their latest addition is actually something I've suggested before: recruiter profiles on your jobs site. Michael Marlatt, are you reading this?



Take a look:

Microsoft Recruiter Profile A nice mug shot, division within Microsoft he… Continue

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