With New Year’s just one day away, I thought it would be a good time to look back at our blog posts and share the most popular from 2011. Like any blog, we’ve had hits & misses with our content but here are the articles that struck the right chord with our readers.
Here are the top 10 blog articles from 2011 in terms of views & re-tweets:
A recent article that takes a look at the recruiting process and the screening power that transfers along the way.
Source to Hire data is one of the most difficult recruiting data to collect. We outline a few ways to start collecting this data in your recruitment marketing process through your ATS & Job Distribution.
Inspired by a #TChat (which I highly recommend you attend), this article tackles the concept of Talent Communities and what they truly are.
It’s important to understand all the touchpoints you have with candidates that apply for your positions. This post goes into how to track these interactions.
Summary post of our experiences at this year’s HR Technology Conference. Lot’s of great takeaways.
3 Helpful suggestions on how you can improve your recruitment marketing process and your overall candidate experience.
A post on a few things that Recruiters can learn from Marketers to help improve their recruiting results.
A look at the candidates who drop off at some point during your recruiting process and a few ways to capture their information instead of just letting them drop off.
3 recruiting success stories from our clients of simple things they’ve done to their recruiting process that yielded big results in their ROI.
At number 1, we have a post on how to make the Talent Pools you currently have in your ATS or Recruiting CRM and how you can make these pools more social so you can generate more value out of these Talent Pools.
Those are our Top 10 posts of the year. I hope you enjoy them and continue to come back and enjoy our content in 2012.