April 22nd 2010 was the second year for the Social Media In Recruitment Conference. If you follow me on Twitter, I provided a real time update on what the event covered along with others on the #SMIR tag. During lunch we
grabbed @SiteAdvisor and went round asking the audience what they

The video I blogged over at www.akaTopbananas.com shares these thoughts (sorry but it was very noisy!)

Watch the Video at http://akatopbananas.com/2010/04/22/smir-was-it-any-good/

For me I got to say hello to many people and enjoyed the speakers and the Twitter back channel. It was an enjoyable day where we learned some new things and inspired us to improve what we are doing today. Big
Thanks to @MikeETaylor

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Tags: Media, Recruitment, SMIR, Social


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