Recruiting Animal's Blog – January 2009 Archive (4)

Prejudice, Lack of Initiative and Thank You Amitai Givertz

I happened to be speaking to Ami this morning.

I told him that ning changed the music player on RBC.

There used to be a little arrow beside each listing.

If you clicked it the song would open up in a new window

and you could copy the url and link to it from another site.

That arrow had been replaced by a scroll bar.

Ami clicked on the Edit link below the music player.

He saw that each entry there had a little arrow beside

it that… Continue

Added by Recruiting Animal on January 16, 2009 at 9:00am — 5 Comments

A Revolution for

Jason Davis thinks that we have too many friends.

All the pop psychology books say that you can't have a meaningful network of more than 150 people. Beyond that it is more like a customer database or a fan club.

So I'm suggesting that RBC try having a formal policy of 150 friends per member. It would be the social network version of Twitter.

This would give RBC a chance to institute the… Continue

Added by Recruiting Animal on January 9, 2009 at 9:30am — 6 Comments

Social Media Rookie of the Year, Maren Hogan

Maren Hogan - Recruiting Animal Show

The Recruiting Animal Awards

A lot of newcomers have made a big splash on my social media radar this year. I'm really impressed by many of them and a lot of them have become my…


Added by Recruiting Animal on January 8, 2009 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Recruiting Animal Awards

I'm handing out recruiting social media awards Wed at noon EST. Categories & winners are picked but input is still welcome.

By that I mean that you can suggest new categories and designate people and websites for special mentions -- See here:

Added by Recruiting Animal on January 5, 2009 at 10:49am — 1 Comment


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