Thanks Jason. I never really intended to publish it. It was just an off the cuff e-mail. :)
So when he said he wanted to publish it, I said, well, don't put my name on it (eg. e-mail is never private I say). Presto. Of course, nobody believed the 'reader' attribution, so I told him he could add it (eg. it's best not to be a ghost, I say). Glad you got a kick out of it. Satire is always fun. How it got there was kind of fun too.
Amitai! The quote was great on its own (despite the broken link), but the study is even better.
So thank you very much for passing it along. It's applicable across many case studies, scenarios, and applications.
Thanks. I look forward to you joining Animal's shooowww... :)
Need is a very strong word. I don't think every recruiter needs a media site just like every recruiter doesn't need a social network or blog. But for those that do and do it well ... that can lead to some pretty powerful message delivery, with real income potential, imo.
I wish you good luck. I'll be calling in. I was told that the show is about whether or not blogs can become a media site. I think they can but a recruiter does not need a media site just as cheezhead does not need a recruiting blog
So May 16 will mark my second appearance on the show and this time, Harry Joiner, an executive recruiter specializing in integrated marketing and "new media," disagrees that some recruiters might benefit from video. Should I be worried?