With over 3.6 billion users worldwide, it’s becoming more and more vital that social media is part of your recruitment strategy. When used for recruitment marketing purposes, social media can be a powerful tool. It can help to build your employer brand, influencing opinions of you as a place to work and helping you to put […]
Social Media Recruitment: What’s changed in a post pandemic world?
How Employer Branding and Digital Attraction Can Help You Thrive Post-Pandemic
The importance of monitoring recruitment marketing campaigns
How important is paid media in recruitment?
How is a lack of knowledge on paid media affecting the recruitment industry?
When it comes to recruitment marketing and promoting yourself as an employer of choice, there’s no combination quite like employer branding and digital attraction; they’re a recruiter’s dream team. Without a digital attraction or recruitment marketing campaign, your employer brand will never really be seen, and only very a small number of people will know […]
Our paid media blog series has so far consisted of discussion around its importance to recruitment, and how a shortage of knowledge is holding back the industry. However, as an increasing number of businesses are beginning to recognise the possibilities it can offer, we discuss the benefits of regularly monitoring recruitment marketing campaigns. Reduces the likelihood of mistakes […]
In the first instalment of our blog series exploring the role of paid media in recruitment, we discussed how a lack of knowledge was having a negative impact. The focus of this piece is on the role paid advertising can play in fulfilling a recruitment requirement. Businesses currently looking to hire are facing a number […]
There are numerous avenues available when looking to fulfil a recruitment requirement. The majority of these are well known and have been discussed at great length. One strategy that doesn’t fall into this category is paid media. Despite the concept being well documented over recent years, it continues to be largely overlooked for recruitment needs. […]