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Responding to multiple headwinds, major tech employers including Twitter, Meta, and Salesforce are slashing roles across their organizations. Hit particularly hard are talent acquisition related positions. Wednesday, Meta laid off… Read more

If you’re interested in sourcing via Twitter, you’re probably familiar with the ever-popular tool called Followerwonk. Tweeple Search is comparable to Followerwonk, yes. Tweeple is also better. When you search,… Read more

“Help Wanted” Recruitment advertisement evolved from the early years of “Help Wanted” and “Vacancy Available” posters on the streets to ads in newspapers to internet ads. With the birth of… Read more

The Five is a regular column where we will be looking that the five top technologies to solve common recruiting problems.  Daily, we get bombarded with so many words and… Read more

Marketing automation is getting easier and easier (and scarier and scarier). Finding needles in a haystack used to come down to which sourcer knew more than the others. Now, finding… Read more

In 2007, Jack Dorsey sent the “Why use Twitter?” It took some time for people to answer that question. Who would have thought that it would have grown to where it is… Read more

Twitter can’t be beat when it comes to business development.  Sure, it’s good for engagement, and great for sharing content.  That’s what it’s really designed for, after all.  But the… Read more

Through my work with #tru, I get to look at a lot of applications, tools and channels that can be used for recruiting, HR and internal coms. Most of them have atleast an entry level free version that you can try out, play around with and determine if they work before you

I’ve written about these guys a few times because I like them. Genuinely nice people and the product just makes sense for recruiters. Twitter can certainly be an asset to recruiters but it’s often a detractor. The team at Work Digital are working to make some of these features

Lots of good tips were given this month and we had great feedback on some techniques and tools that we shared. We find that the challenge most recruiters face is that that simply do not have the access to technology to help them source. Of course technology is not the answer but here are 6 demo’s you’ll love.

Need some help following #TNL? TweetGrid is a powerful Twitter Search Dashboard that allows you to search for up to 9 different topics, events, converstations, hashtags, phrases, people, groups, etc in real-time.

Ryan Holmes is a gent and he’s also one sharp guy. His model is simple and he’s had the good fortune of making people buy into his ideas. He is the CEO/Co-founder of Hootsuite and we spoke today to cover a lot of great things.

Another good tool to check out for recruiting and sourcing profiles via twitter. IT’s not the perfect storm but it does have good potential and provides some great search capabilities.

Twitter this, Twitter that. Recruiters are starting to seem desperate on how to measure and use Twitter for recruiting. Let’s keep this simple and skip the theory. It’s about tactics and understanding how to use the tools to connect and then take that connection offline. Followerwonk is one way to try it.

I post today with a little curiosity surrounding Twitter. To be honest the site is horrible. It’s boring, lacks interactive features and is frankly everything (In design) opposite of what is preached as hip and cool today. Regardless, in a sad attempt to be cool, here are 2 new features being released.

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