A Downside to Social NETworking?

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Dan Pontefract recently wrote a post on his blog about “notification addiction.” He set up the following scenario: You are in a face-to-face meeting making a point, and just as you are about to ask a question, most of the other people in your meeting pull out a device to check in with the rest… Read more »

Recruiting Candidates with Facebook Ads

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We’re all used to Facebook ads at this point selling us products, trying to get us to sign up for a service, etc. But have you seen any lately trying to hire you? Or perhaps the other way around, has your company paid to advertise to potential job seekers? In a move of “going where… Read more »

#SRCONF Paris 2011 Video (Sydo.fr)

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Please watch the #SRCONF Paris 2011 Video created by Sylvain Tillon and his team at Sydo.fr. The script was written by Canden RH (SRCONF Partner), with the voice of Lilian Mahoukou. The video is fun, animated and engaging. The concept is based on how recruiters are using Social tools to identify and attract talent. But… Read more »

Talentory Sponsors #SRCONF 2011 Paris

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Talentory sponsors #SRCONF 2011 Paris, to be held on 1st December 2011. Talentory.com is the reference of professional recruiting in Europe. The objective of TALENTORY is to connect companies and professional recruiting firms from across Europe more efficiently, for the benefit of both sides – Talentory creates a Win-Win Situation. When your Company is looking… Read more »

How NOT to Get Twitter Followers for your Company’s Account

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David Christopher wrote two posts on how NOT to get Twitter followers (here and here.) Most of his tips were focused on personal accounts. However, companies constantly face challenges getting Twitter followers themselves. Brands have a tougher mountain to climb because people are usually more willing to follow a person than a company. Some companies… Read more »