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My Top 10 Blog Posts of 2010

  Well, it's that time of year when I look back at what you (as readers) found most interesting during 2010 on my blog. So here goes… (in reverse order of course!) 10. A Facebook Social Recruiting Case Study for a Recruitment Company.This was about how a recruitment organisation used Facebook Pages successfully as a […]

Are blogs finally getting the respect they deserve?

  This last week has been really interesting in terms of something I am very passionate about. I have had four conversations with new clients over the last week, who ALL want to create and start writing a new blog for their recruitment business. BRILLIANT!  [See the end of the post for the ONE QUESTION […]

So, why do you like using social networks?

So why do you like using social networks like Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn? Is it for work, a recruiting tool, social recruiting or just staying in contact with friends and colleagues? Someone asked me that the other day, so I thought I would share my answers with you. It would be great to hear your […]

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Social Recruiting has to be a symbiotic relationship to be successful

Before I explain my thinking, let me first give you a biology lesson. Hands up if you studied biology at school? Well if you did, then you will know what symbiosis is and how it works - if you didn't let me just explain:A symbiotic relationship between two organisms means that they need on each […]

The Journey of a Blog Post (infographic)

There are millions and millions of blogs out there on the internet, and with the search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo loving the real-time nature of the content, and gazillions of blogs being written every week, this space will only get bigger. Blogs now, are so SEO (search engine optimisation) friendly, there are now […]

Does this Social Map reflect your social media footprint?

  We are all seeing the social web, now starting to impact our sector greatly. Whether it is for sourcing candidates, networking, connecting with old work colleagues, engaging with prospective employees or (dare I say it), checking people out on the web before you think about hiring them. While doing one of my favourite work […]