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The Sirona Says Top 20 Blog Posts of 2012

  Well another year ticks by, and looking back it has been interesting to see which of the blog posts that have received the most views. Well, as a finale for the year I thought I would share the top 20 posts (according to post page views), as well as my favourite post of the […]

What happened when someone had their LinkedIn photo stolen by another LinkedIn member

I want to share a funny occurrence that has happened to me 4 times over the last few weeks that has made me smile, and may well have happened to you as well!  When someone likens you to someone else – do you laugh, smile or cry? (I guess that depends on who it is […]

Doing what you have always done is a recipe for recruitment disaster

Once upon a time there was a company that everyone used. Everyone knew them and they were very very successful indeed! People used them every day, new companies built their business around them and they made lots of money as well. They were synonymous with the industry they represented, and still have a wealth of […]

Social Media Content For Recruitment Workshops – Q1 2013

[Please note that this idea needs your input to happen] Following on from last months presentation at the UK Recruiter 2012 Conference (see a short snippet below), on using social media to win new business, I have started to get enquiries from recruiters (and some in-house recruiters after my blog about where I share my […]

Is this the best new invention for 2013? A social media BS Detector!

  Today's post calls for a little bit of fun (but with a hint of seriousness!). With the advent of social media there has been an explosion of social words, anachronisms and technological phrases that only mean something to the few people that work in that sector. Correct me if I am wrong here! Here […]

Why new clients won’t make contact with you on LinkedIn

Today I was asked by a good friend (MD of a large company) to help them identify some recruiters for them to help them with some interim roles. No problem I said, my LinkedIn network is fairly good, so that is where I started. Should be easy I said! This is where my frustrations started. […]