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Three crucial social media points you need to take note of

At the Social Media in Recruitment conference last week, there was a wealth of information to absorb. Copious notes were made, and some great new case studies presented. Going through some notes today, I have three things that were said during the day, that stood out for me (just can’t remember who said them – […]

Joining the social media dots (video)

After the last video that I created for the Sirona Consulting website, I decided to create another one for our sister website that focuses on helping small businesses locally, with social media – Sirona Social Media. And if you wanted a reminder of our Social Media Orange, here you are: Hosted by TOV. Like it? […]

Key strategies for using Twitter effectively in recruitment.

   Yesterday at The British Library in London, I spoke at the Social Media in Recruitment conference (#SMIR on Twitter), superbly organised by Mike Taylor from Web-Based Recruitment. The conference was a great success, and was attended by 230 delegates, from a mix of recruitment agencies, corporates, in-house recruiters, HR, recruitment adverting companies, job boards […]

The Twitter Circle

Earlier today, I presented at the Social Media in Recruitment conference at The British Library, on key strategies for using Twitter for recruiting. As promised during the presentation, here is a copy of my slide entitled The Twitter Circle, which is my interpretation of some of the key Twitter apps and products to use as […]

Why natural SEO is so important to your social recruiting strategy

Came across this great blog post yesterday on the online marketing agency blog Datadial, showing SEO in an easy graphical way. While the full SEO graphic is really superb, I have cut out the section regarding social media out above, because I think it is the part you will be really interested in. Search engine […]

Why are recruiters turning into iPhone lemmings and iPhone zombies?

One thing that is fascinating me at the moment – specifically within recruitment circles – is the near lemming obsessiveness of people buying an iPhone. This weekend saw two more recruitment people I know succumb to the world of Apple and it's magic spell over the recruitment industry! Maybe we need to start calling it […]