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Twitter use YouTube Video to Attract Candidates

August 10, 2010 by

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In the spirit of the upcoming Mobile and Video in Recruitment conference, here is a great example of using Video in Recruitment. Twitter posted this YouTube video online 2 weeks ago to encourage people to come and work for them. The Rushmore inspired video is a great example of how to use video to attract candidates […]

Will Twitter finally get conversation threads?

June 23, 2010 by

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There are rumours abound that Twitter’s new employee, French developer Arnaud Meunier may help to bring threaded conversations to Twitter. Meunier was the creator of Twitoaster- an app that specialises in the threaded conversation view it gave to tweets. Read more here.

Peter Gold’s Social Recruiting Workshop

May 27, 2010 by

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Yesterday I supported Peter Gold’s Social Recruiting Workshop. The event had about 30 corporate in-house recruiters and 30 recruitment agencies. First up, the day was very enjoyable and I only heard positive comments- nice work Peter. Compared to similar events 12 months ago the session showed huge developments in Social Recruiting. The fact the event […]

Will Social Networks kill off the Job Board?

November 30, 2009 by

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Last week at the Recruitment Unconference I listened to a number of large recruitment agency firms and various industry experts discuss the impact of Social Recruitment. One camp felt that the Job Boards of today will be killed off by agencies and HR; sourcing directly via Social Networks. Some worried that the recruitment agency would […]

Are you wasting time with the web?

September 8, 2009 by

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Do you use the web as a tool to help you fill vacancies? I hear a general murmur to suggest: “Yes, we do“ Ok so you post your jobs on your website, you search online CV databases, anything else? One brave heckler pipes up: “Linked In, Twitter“. What are you doing with these tools? Some […]