It’s no doubt that Twitter is an amazing tool. It can help you connect with prospect job seekers and employers instantly it helps in building a stronger brand and a stronger social presence. Believe me when I tell you it pays to be social. Just follow this simple tip you will see great results. I know I have and I'm in no way shape or form and expert on Twitter I just know whats been working for me.
I am the owner of GoodwillJobs.com, and I wanted to give you all a heads up about my new role as the Director of Sales at a company called Textbroker. If you're looking for fresh, unique written content, Textbroker is an excellent cost-effective solution. You can use…
As anyone who has tried to lose weight or exercise regularly will attest, changing your behavior is hard. You’re fighting years of mental and physical conditioning – and (unfortunately) many times the old habits win out.
That was the challenge that job boards faced in the mid-90s – how to change the ingrained behaviors of job seekers, to move them from searching want ads in the newspapers…to searching want ads online. It took many years, but eventually job seekers did change their… Continue
JobBoardReviews.com just re-launched with a brand new site. We are now way more than just a Job Board Directory, we are a Social Network and Online Community!
So come visit and up-date or create your account and make sure your Job Board is listed. It is completely free to have your job board listed as a basic listing. Times are tough these days, make sure you are taking advantage of our free advertising and get the chance to showcase your… Continue
At first, I thought Twitter was foolish, then, I tried it and became enamored. About six months later, I lost all respect for Twitter. A few months more, and I can finally see its strengths and weaknesses in balance.
The strengths are pretty easy - meet and interact with new people that interest you, market yourself, get to know your "friends" better, know what's going on right now and eavesdrop on conversations you'd never be privileged to hear in any other… Continue
Added by Eric Shannon on April 18, 2009 at 11:34am —
Yesterday we held a free webinar - "Using Twitter for Recruitment" which attracted 530 users for the session. Although most users were from Australia, thanks to the UK and US visitors who stayed up late/got up early to join in.
Thanks to everyone for joining us.
We are currently compiling the recording, but in the meantime either view the slideshare or download the pdf.…
I will be presenting the upcoming webinar "Using Twitter for Recruitment" next week.More information about the free webinar can be found here. Feel free to register for this free event. Note: The times are GMT +10:00 (Australia)
Start Date: 11:00am Wednesday 15 April 2009 AEST
End Date: 11:45am Wednesday 15 April 2009 AEST
Duration: 45… Continue
Added by Thomas Shaw on April 6, 2009 at 3:56am —
ou may have heard the acronym "API" before, so what is it, and how it is used in recruitment. An application programming interface (API) is a set of programming instructions and standards for accessing a Web-based software application or tools. Software providers can release their own API to developers/clients/users, so they can develop and design products powered by the remote service.
An API is a software-to-software interface - NOT a user interface. With APIs, applications talk to… Continue
Added by Thomas Shaw on March 23, 2009 at 9:24pm —
Job searching has evolved from newspapers to job boards, and now evolving from job boards into social networking sites including Twitter. Job seekers can use this medium thanks to new content aggregation sites such as TwitterJobSearch, HashJobs and various other sites.
When users post a tweet, they can add a hash tag with more information. These hash tags can be used by the Twitter Search to search for content. Hash tags relating to jobs include: #job, #jobpost, #naj (need A Job?),… Continue
Added by Thomas Shaw on March 23, 2009 at 9:22pm —
All 3 sites rely on twitter for traffic. This latest site attempts to be more comprehensive than both by creating Twitter feeds based on location and industry. After trying it out I discovered that not all locations or industries were represented. They ask people to "suggest" categories which I dont like. You… Continue
Just wanted to drop a quick note to talk about our project over at JobShouts What started out 2 weeks ago has been somewhat overwhelming. From the start we wanted to be disruptive. Taking on the large boards, and their inflated costs, Jobshouts was formed.
I found my way to this site via google and seeing who was talking about us. I had no idea that there was a job board community. how cool :-)
The site is open source board software from… Continue
While at the ERE in San Diego this past week I discovered Twitter. I had heard about it before and even took a brief look at what's going on there but never thought of using it as a way to promote my job board postings. Until I saw a job board feeding it's RSS feed through a service called TwitterFeed.
It is was not that hard to setup and it works really well. Twitter users are used to micro blogging 140… Continue
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This Week’s Issue
How important is it for an employment site to be in a network where job postings and/or candidates can be shared across the other participating sites?
Association career centers face both formidable challenges and extraordinary opportunities thanks to the unique culture and values of the .org community. And yet, it’s never been more important to optimize their Member value and non-dues revenue potential. In a column brought to you by Boxwood Technology, Jennifer Baker, Director of CareerHQ.org from ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership, explores what it takes for career centers to overcome the challenges and capture the opportunities.