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?”
Traditional organic SEO means (to put things simply) focus on mainly Google (organic) results and, if you have time, Yahoo (organic) results. It’s no wonder – if someone wants to find something on the web, we all know where people go first – it makes sense to focus your resources there. But what happens when they discover a ‘new’ search engine? Continue reading “What is a job search engine? Beyond Google and Yahoo!”
A chat with my colleague Dave earlier today about the effects the recession is having on SEO for Recruitment Companies.
The Apparent problem: When there’s so many more people in the market looking for jobs, haven’t we achieved our goals, and got more visitors, regsitrations, CVs (i.e. people) to their website?
Continue reading “When Candidates are in Large Supply? More SEO needed!”
If there’s one thing that keeps coming up as a source of frustration, it’s getting low visitor retention rates. As an SEO person, you do all within your power to bring new traffic in tot he site, it seems such a shame to let it go off again! Here’s some tips about generating repeat visits. Continue reading “Keep em coming back”