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How The Digital Industry Has Changed Recruitment Advertising

Lauren Riley
The world of recruitment advertising has evolved dramatically over time. Traditionally, a company would put up a job advert on a noticeboard in the job centre, or in the local newspaper, and people would mail their applications over to the hiring manager. Fast forward to the birth of the internet which turned recruitment on its head.
How The Digital Industry Has Changed Recruitment Advertising

5 Ways You're Scaring Off Candidates On Social Media

Lauren Riley
The likes of LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+ have made it a lot easier to find and approach candidates when you’re trying to fill a role, but how do you know when you’re taking social media too far?
5 Ways You're Scaring Off Candidates On Social Media

4 Ways LinkedIn Publishing Can Help Your Job Search

Lauren Riley
When you think of job seeking using social media, what is the first network that pops into your head? If you didn’t think of LinkedIn immediately, then you’re probably in the minority.
4 Ways LinkedIn Publishing Can Help Your Job Search

5 Reasons Recruiters Don't Click Through Your LinkedIn Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

Socialbarrel
LinkedIn is fertile ground for recruiters to get people to fill jobs. According to a Bullhorn survey cited by this infographic, 97 percent of recruiters say they used LinkedIn to find job candidates. Furthermore, 67 percent of recruiters say that they solely use LinkedIn for recruiting.
5 Reasons Recruiters Don't Click Through Your LinkedIn Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media and #Recruiting: A Good Match?

MarketingXLerator
Does social media recruiting work? If you have been trying to hire employees, chances are that you have at least considered using social media to find the right candidates. There is ample proof that social media can help fill jobs; but it depends on what kind of job you are trying to hire for.
 Social Media and #Recruiting: A Good Match?

Twitter for Executive Job Search? Most Definitely!

gursharn
In addition to a great Linkedin network, using Twitter (or other social sharing sites) to “let people in” will help to raise your profile and “humanize” you. A likable online profile makes you approachable and adds to your impressive credentials.
Twitter for Executive Job Search? Most Definitely!

How Do You Get a Job at Google? With a Facebook Ad?

igreenleigh
Three years ago, I discovered the job-hunting power of Facebook ads. I pointed them at the hottest employers in Austin, and in three weeks, I had multiple offers to choose from. Last week, I wanted to see if this strategy could help get someone the gig of gigs: a job at Google.
How Do You Get a Job at Google? With a Facebook Ad?

4 LinkedIn Tricks to Help Your Profile Stand Out

anilbvalvi
LinkedIn is more than just a social networking site; it is also a powerful marketing tool for any organization. This is why it is important to optimize your profile for the search engines.
4 LinkedIn Tricks to Help Your Profile Stand Out

Pinterest: A Job Search Tool?

TheJobBrander
I’m an avowed Pinsomniac. But while Pinterest is undoubtedly a lot of fun, and a great way to collect wardrobe, home improvement, and decorating ideas, it can definitely be used to advance your personal brand and enhance your job search. Here are six creative ways that you could be using Pinterest to help you get a job.
Pinterest: A Job Search Tool?

10 Steps to Find that Job after College

DaveSilver
The problem is, however, that many students don’t even know where to begin or where to even look for that entry-level position they want. The good news is that even in this less-than-stellar economy, students are not left up-creek without a paddle. There are definitive ways to increase your chances of landing that job after graduation.
10 Steps to Find that Job after College