I somehow let this one go for years before realising that the Recruitment SEO people might enjoy it… silly me. Enjoy the holiday weekend! Continue reading “The Origin of the Job Interview”
It sounds a simple question, but how important is SEO to your recruitment website? I honestly don’t know. Did you expect me to? How could I possibly know – you haven’t shown me the figures… so I can’t say. Continue reading “Completing the loop: What are you spending your money on?”
If you think you’re working hard to get the right candidates in the right posts, think how hard some candidates are working…
Alec Brownstein, a 28 year old New Yorker who was in need of copywriting work.
Alec’s plan was to play upon the the guilty pleasure of ‘Vanity Searches’ (Googling your own name) and paid for Google PPC ads using the keyword of the name of his targeted big-shot employers. When those employers Googled themselves (go on – we all do….) the ‘sponsored’ result they saw was Alec Brownstein’s pay-per-click Advert, pointing them to his own website.
The clicks on all the ads cost a total of $6 – and he’s now employed. Nice work.
Today’s recruiters need a tool that helps recruiters quickly identify the right talent. Twitter, whose traffic in the UK has increased threefold in 2009 already – fits the bill, having moved rapidly into the top 100 UK sites, and seemingly climbing faster still. Continue reading “A Tweet in store for innovative online recruiters”