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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.
Snapchat was the sixth most downloaded free iPhone app in 2013, so it’s no surprise that recruiters are looking to it as a means of attracting candidates to their company. In this post, I’ll look at the ways Snapchat can be used for recruitment, and what stumbling blocks hiring managers might hit when using it.
When you think of recruitment on social media, I can all but guarantee the first thing you think of is LinkedIn. While it is a fantastic platform, other platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Vine can be highly effective to utilize for your recruitment efforts as well.
Over the last few years there has been a gradual decline in the use of traditional recruitment methods. Recruiters are spending less and less time on the phones and more and more on social media websites like LinkedIn, Twitter and even Facebook. Because there is so much talent online now, if you’re not optimised you’ll be left behind...
There's hardly anything new to add to the MSFT/YHOO story , except two great quotes. Stowe Boyd : Personally, I think the Microsoft and Yahoo matchup is like two tired swimmers who bump into each other and then wind up drowning each other in their scramble to survive. But Yahoo will be the first to...