The last few days at RecruitingBlogs.com central have been a lot of fun. Essentially it’s just me in my red office with a phone a computer and some nice art work on the walls.
This week 4 companies agreed to be a sponsor for a networking event that RecruitingBlogs.com is putting on at the MGM February 28th. Dave Mendoza is helping me with
it in a big way. What was really nice about it this time is that a couple of the sponsors contacted me about it.
I want to say thanks to HireVue, StandoutJobs, Diversity.com and George Vasu who runs a company called StaffingForce. George has been active on RecruitingBlogs.com
for a while now. It’s nice that a participating member of the community was so generous. We have room for one more sponsor.
The membership at RecruitingBlogs.com essentially doubled in size within a week. It took about 9 months to hit a thousand members and then probably by the end of today, it will hit 2000 members. I’ve been having some
great conversations with a lot of friends about how amazing it is. I know better than to think that it will continue at this pace but I figure it’s all good.
It’s amazing to see the viral nature of something like this. RecruitingBlogs.com has a past and there are probably a few hundred people who know the story. It’s a good story and it’s a story that really promotes the
sharing of knowledge and the desire to entertain online. RecruitingBlogs.com is about entertainment and networking. It has to be that way. My recruiting widgets are coming. Then we can do some business.
It’s Dave Mendoza’s birthday today and I owe him big time for a lot of reasons. So happy birthday my friend. The thing about Dave and the viral nature of RecruitingBlogs.com this week is that he is not the only one responsible for it’s growth. I was completely stunned to see the amount of people who were inviting people. That is the part that makes networks grow.
Last Friday I was thinking that RecruitingBlogs.com may grow at 20 new members a week. There were over 800 new members this week. It happened because people invited other recruiters into the RecruitingBlogs.com community. That's how it happens.