Twitter is proving itself to be a great content-finder for many members, who liken it to being their personal newspaper. Users follow people they like to read and get direct links to their published content. So how do Recruiters get their content read by the Twitterati?
A wonderful infographic was produced by danzarrella.com after much painstaking research, which outlined the best ways to increase one’s click-through-rate (CTR) on their Tweets, so here’s that information processed in to recruitment-speak.
Have you seen Twitter’s latest recruitment video for its @jointheflock campaign? Check it out and learn!
“Similar Profiles”, the potentially brilliant semantic search tool that was released to Premium Recruiter account holders (the $6k+ a year subscribers) in June of last year has also been (quietly) released to all users as of this month.
When conducting a LinkedIn search, each result will now show a hyperlink titled “Similar”, which will produce LinkedIn accounts with similar profiles to the person you’ve clicked on that are within 2 degrees of you or in shared groups.
As a recruiter, how can this be utilized best?
When was the last time that your recruitment site or careers page had an overhaul? The more recruiters that we talk to the more people who raise the question of new website design and SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). It seems that a large proportion of agencies and hiring companies are looking at their websites and deciding that it just isn’t up to scratch for 2012.