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Finding Talent Using Twitter Search (Infographic)

For many people in recruitment, talent and HR,  Twitter still proves to be a social media platform many simply shy away from. And yet it is such a fantastic social recruiting tool for identifying and engaging with people – candidates and clients included. While there are many tools that can be used in conjunction with […]

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How To Source Candidates Using Google Plus and Twitter [Recording]

  Google+ and Twitter are still being under-used by recruiters and sourcers looking to identify and engage with new candidates. There are huge advantages – 2.6 billion  – in using these platforms to identify prospective talent across all sectors, industries and in different countries. Yesterday I delivered a live webinar for Sourcecon (ERE), on the […]


You Can Now Officially Search For Twitter Lists on Twitter. Here’s How.

  *Great news* You can search for Twitter Lists again. Now this may get all of you excited but if you are in recruitment, sourcing, business development or research it should! Twitter lists are one of the best parts of using Twitter, as they save you so much time, and are brilliant at focusing on […]

What is it with Recruiters and Twitter?

  Let's be honest, Twitter can be a little intimidating when you first start. Followers, Lists, Tweets, ReTweets (RT's) etc. sound like a a whole bunch of foreign words initially. However, they ARE easy to understand and the basics of Twitter are straight forward to grasp, even for a 'still in shorts' beginner.  I am […]

What should I (as a recruiter) Tweet on Twitter?

  Even though Twitter has been around for years now (and has gone mainstream), it still provides me with the 'most asked social network question' when I am doing social media training with recruiters. For some reason Twitter, more than others, evokes brain freeze when it comes to posting tweets. The question is always is […]

Is it really LinkedIn we are seeing or a Facebook/GooglePlus/Twitter Mashup?

This week there has been two much improved (at last!) updates to the mobile sites of LinkedIn and Facebook. And we have seen some significant changes with LinkedIn over the last few weeks (I got the new @ Mentions yesterday!). This was a question I posed at a recent workshop, and one that I wanted […]