Employer Brand

Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.19.11 to 2.25.11

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing. This week we’ll be talking about employer branding, questions to ask vendors, job seeking tips from employers, engaging in social media and converting social media into action.

Here are the articles our that interested us this week (in no particular order), enjoy!:

Promote your Employment Brand via Rex Ryan and Southwest Airlines by Morgan Hoogvelt (@ERE_net)

Two good examples of how to start thinking and building your own employment brand.

Recruiting Software: Six Questions to ask Vendors by Miles Jennings (@milesj) (RecruiterDotCom)

6 really good questions that are great to start with when talking to vendors.

7 Things that Employers should tell job seekers about how to get considered by Kelly Dingee (@SourcerKelly)

Some good tips for job seekers!  I particularly agree with points 1 & 5.

Don’t be a WallFlower – Be Heard by Keith Mcilvaine (@kufarms)

Nice post by Keith on the importance in engaging and putting yourself into the middle of conversations in social media.

Opportunity Clicks: Social Media and Turning Clicks into Action by Brian Solis (@briansolis)

Interesting look into how to begin converting social media presence into important action.  Interesting read for social recruiting.


Hope you enjoy the list.  If you have any articles I should add to the list feel free to add them to the comments or send me an email at chris@smashfly.com or follow us on Twitter @smashfly.

About Christopher Brablc

I'm the Recruiting & Marketing Geek at SmashFly Technologies and help recruiting organizations improve their recruiting process and results. Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/smashfly or connect with me on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisbrablc


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