Stumped on to how your team should start their next social recruiting campaign? How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media introduces each of the major platforms, explains how they work and who they’re for, and delivers strategies and ideas you can begin using immediately. Here’s an overview of what you’ll find.
Find future staff on Facebook
Facebook is the mother of all social media. Begin your social recruiting with the billion users on this platform. Find out what you need to get more clicks and how your recruiters can balance professional and personal use.
Tweeting for talent
Twitter publishes millions of tweets every day. Learn to cut through the noise and make your agency stand out. Find out how many hashtags you should use and how best to leverage those 140 characters to reach top talent.
Snappy staffing with Snapchat
Don’t let all the face filters lead you to believe this platform is all fun and games. Snapchat is an effective way to get the attention of young Millennials. Learn how to create geofilters and launch campaigns to lure in the candidates.
Instagram for instant candidates
Businesses on Instagram have exponentially higher engagement rates than their Facebook and Twitter accounts. Learn how to build your business’s brand image and how a client Instagram takeover can bring you more candidates.
Last, but not least, there is LinkedIn, the original professional social media network. We explore how to leverage both the basic accounts and advanced accounts and tap into the entire range of LI talent, which amounts to 400 million profiles.
Are you ready to get started? Download How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media.