There is a lot of great writing out there covering the job board and online recruiting industries – in fact, it’s easy to overlook good material. So I’ve rounded up some of the most interesting pieces from the past months for your perusal. Enjoy!
- In age of social media, job boards are far from dead: How job boards are reinventing themselves for a new wave of recruiters.
- Is your job board PCI DSS compliant?: Thomas Shaw takes a look at the ecommerce component of job boards, security, and PCI DSS.
- A postmortem analysis of StandoutJobs: Founder Ben Yoskovitz looks at the life, struggles, and sale of his job board – and what it says about being an entrepreneur.
- Does your job board need a new prescription?: A response to one of my columns by Carrie McIntyre, about Linkedin and associations.
- How will job boards survive?: A Q&A I did with Destination:Talent, an Australian online recruiting resource, about the challenges in the job board world.
- My take on the Monster/HotJobs deal: Rob Kornblum of Bullhorn talks about didn’t make sense about Monster’s acquisition of HotJobs.
- The same thing that’s dragged job boards down will kill off social ...: Alasdair Murray tackles the poor writing common to most job postings – and why social media hasn’t changed it.
- 10 free usability testing tools: Not specific to job sites, but extremely useful nonetheless.
- Are job boards trying to kill off social recruiting?: Really an article about how job boards should embrace social media, not fear it.
- How job seekers may use social media in the future: How job seekers’ behavior is changing and what this means for online recruiting.
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