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How to Find Talent Using Twitter Search #TechTuesday

The Undercover Recruiter

There are lots of benefits of using Twitter as a recruiting tool, from the huge user base of engaged professionals, hashtag and keyword search-ability, the ability to segregate users into talent pools using lists and many more! How to Find Talent Using Twitter Search #TechTuesday.

How to Recruit & Source Candidates on Twitter

Blogging4jobs

It’s no secret that Twitter is an information search engine. He later realized via Twitter once the news broke of the raid, how exactly he had been involved. Recruiters and hiring managers can also leverage this tool as a candidate source a number of different ways.

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Your Email Signature: Another Personal Branding Tool

Executive Career Brand

Your email signature is another opportunity to position yourself as a good-fit candidate. Below that I note a few credentials, then list my social media links — blogsite, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter — and close with my contact info.

Setting Up Your Twitter Account for Employment

Resume Bear

Twitter provides a free platform to showcase your skills and talents to potential employers. Twitter also enables you to network and build relationships with people who can help you to climb your career ladder. You can also add a link to your blog or website.

Social Media for Recruiters: How to Use Google+ as a Recruiting Tool

The Undercover Recruiter

Just about every job hunter has profiles on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, so businesses have opened up to these social channels and found an effective way to find skilled candidates for job openings. Social Media for Recruiters: How to Use Google+ as a Recruiting Tool.

How to Hire International Candidates [3 Tech Solutions]

The Undercover Recruiter

You need to find a way to personally connect with a candidate without spending an arm and a leg. You need to be sure that, once hired, the candidate will actually pull up stakes and move to your company. What technology do you use to connect with international candidates?

How Disney and 5 other Top Employers Use Twitter to Recruit

The Undercover Recruiter

Tweet Facebook, with over 900+ million users, is the go-to place for recruitment advertising and employer brand-building, but you can’t deny the benefits of being on Twitter. 23% of all job seekers (71% of those with a profile) have leveraged Twitter in their job hunt.

Move Over Twitter. Snapchat is Newest Social Recruiting Strategy

Blogging4jobs

Snapchat is a great tool to share with friends and randoms quick photos and now video quickly. They received over 2,000 videos using the service as a video interview introduction and screening tool and plan to hire about 20. Is Twitter Recruiting so 2013?

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5 Powerful Twitter Tips for Business Newbs

Blogging4jobs

Twitter went IPO just a short two weeks ago with the stock opening at $26 and ending it’s opening day at $45.10. As I type this today, Twitter is holding steady at $41.31. Social media notably Twitter has an easy barrier for exit and entry. Twitter is about being personal.

The Top 50 Job Hunting Blogs

Resume Bear

There are many career-related blogs that provide helpful information by seasoned professionals, recruiters, authors, career experts, and those who want to share their own job search experiences. To jumpstart your search, we’ve compiled 50 of the best job-hunting blogs out there.

4 Tools to Monitor & Measure Your Employment Branding Efforts

Blogging4jobs

Employment branding is one of the most powerful tools recruiters have available to them today. It’s true that social networks like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram give you the perfect platforms to flex your employment brand, but it goes far beyond those spaces. It’s for this reason that we should be measuring them not only through social analytics but a number of other tools as well if we want to grasp their full impact.

Executive Job Search: How Recruiters and Employers Find Candidates.

Executive Career Brand

Meg Guiseppi, C-level Executive Job Search Coach — Resume, Biography, Branding, Online Identity & ROI Value Communications Blog Home Intro Personal Branding 360 Reach Personal Brand Assessment Why hire a Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist?

How to Share Your Jobs on Social Media [Top Automation Tools]

The Undercover Recruiter

For most recruiters these days, it’s important to maintain at least a LinkedIn or Twitter presence. The functionality is not just for candidates who want to subscribe to the latest jobs from your company, but can also be used to supercharge your recruitment initiatives.

4-Step Recipe To Become a Golden Job Candidate

JobMob

Imagine you’re a recruiter who was hired today to find a suitable candidate for the most recent job title you’ve held. Could you find the best candidate? You can follow her career advice on Twitter at @resumeservice.

Recruiters, Listen in as James Tozer of The Economist Talks Twitter

The Undercover Recruiter

Even the likes of Instagram and Slack are being coined as candidate sourcing tools, alongside market leaders LinkedIn and Facebook. But what about Twitter? Recruiters, Listen in as James Tozer of The Economist Talks Twitter.

4 Ways to Use Video Tools Like #Blab & Periscope in Your Job Search

Blogging4jobs

Like any social media platform or tool, it’s about connections, building rapport and relationships that are the differentiator in any business including how you look for a job. Candidates you are referred to a job are 14 times more likely to land the role.

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Corn On the Job’s Top 25 Twitter Accounts for Job Seekers to Follow

Corn on the Job

Top 25 Twitter Accounts for Job Seekers to Follow. #1 You can check out his blog/website at [link] and make sure to check out, “10 Signs You Are Being Lazy on Linkedin” #2 – @JobHuntOrg. Check out Steve’s blog, [link]. #13

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Why Twitter Lists are Great for Hearing Through the Noise (and Stalking People)

The Undercover Recruiter

Whether you’re on Twitter or not, you’ll know that it is a vast, noisy place. There’s no getting away from what people had for breakfast, the latest football score or an article on how to use Twitter better. I am a massive fan of Twitter and the Lists functionality it provides.

Reference Checks Remove One in Five Job Candidates From.

Resume Bear

Managers interviewed said they remove more than one in five (21 percent) candidates from consideration after speaking to their professional contacts. Great blog btw! Jun, 2010 at 7:44 am I entirely agree that a blog. Jun, 2010 at 2:38 am Nice site, blog and content.

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BlogTalkRadio Interview: Using Job-Search 2.0 Tools.

Resume to Referral

Tools I was invited by Roxanne Ravenel of The Savvy Jobseeker to participate within a live blog/radio chat relative to tapping and properly utilizing job-search 2.0 also means that next generation of tools that allow a jobseeker to network, job-search, build a personal brand, and yes, conduct a proactive campaign. First, the next generation of job-search tools and forums allow the jobseeker to be proactive rather than reactive relative to their job-search and careers.

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A Hiring Manager’s Starting Guide to Twitter

Hiring Technical People

Twitter has to be a part of your network. As part of the updated hiring book, I have a section devoted to networking with Twitter. So, here is what I’m telling hiring managers to do about Twitter. This is just a start of what you can do with Twitter, not all you can do with Twitter. Be Professional on Twitter. Make sure you have a professional Twitter name. Decide How Interactive You Want to Be on Twitter. Twitter is a social network.

Which Recruitment Tool Should I Use to NOT Seem Like a Tool?

The Undercover Recruiter

Some others weighed in with their opinions about the validity of the tool, if he should be that excited and about the use of something like LinkedIn Recruiter in the first place. All the tools are equally great and all of them equally suck – it depends on what you’re using them for.

How to Screen Potential Candidates Online [Top 7 Tips]

The Undercover Recruiter

For most employers, this online screening is an important part of their due diligence – using public information posted by the candidates themselves. Opening a Google Alert on each of your candidates’ names can provide ongoing monitoring throughout the application and interview process.

3 Ways to Use Social Media to Source Quality Candidates

Blogging4jobs

Many recruiters receive training on how to source or find candidates but the sourcing bit is the less difficult part in our opinion. There are very cheap or even free tools like Netvibes, Sprout Social or Google Blogsearch that will allow you to find the conversations and where you find the right conversations you will often find the right people. Set up an online space like a blog or talent community hub and also set up the relevant social channels.

Best of Blogging Your Personal Brand for C-level Executive Jobs

Executive Career Brand

I haven’t written about blogging – one of my favorite things to do – in quite some time. They are the single best tool for marketing my brand, my value to my target clients, and the kinds of services I offer. It takes time for your blogging efforts to gain traction.

Source Qualified Candidates on Social Media in Half the Time

Blogging4jobs

Often referred to as sourcing , organizations don’t wait for the job seeker to find them, they find the job seeker using the phone, personal networks or the internet to guide their candidate search. Candidate sourcing times can be reduced dramatically using this tool.

10 Ways I Use Twitter to Build My Personal Brand

Executive Career Brand

Meg Guiseppi, C-level Executive Job Search Coach — Resume, Biography, Branding, Online Identity & ROI Value Communications Blog Home Intro Personal Branding 360 Reach Personal Brand Assessment Why hire a Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist?

How to Find the Very Best Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

I’m often asked by my clients, “How can you help me to find the best candidate for our role”? Let me explain; there are essentially just 3 ways in which any organisation, large or small can recruit; You can access candidates through a database. How to Find the Very Best Candidates.

A Nifty Personal Brand Writing Tool: Wordnik

Executive Career Brand

Meg Guiseppi, C-level Executive Job Search Coach — Resume, Biography, Branding, Online Identity & ROI Value Communications Blog Home Intro Personal Branding 360 Reach Personal Brand Assessment Why hire a Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist?

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Walk Like an Egyptian…Think Like a Candidate

The Undercover Recruiter

I often blog tips for recruiters to help them with their option paralysis and here’s one tip I really think more recruiters should adopt: think like candidates… (walking into an interview like an Egyptian may just freak them out!).

366 Job Search Tips for Every Day of 2016

JobMob

Bad Facebook and Twitter comments can haunt you. Blog your expertise. If you blog about work, include it in your resume. Job listings specify salary to filter out candidates. Use Twitter to network and share advice. Track resume views with tools like Yesware.

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Stealthy Job Seekers: How to Keep Your Privacy Online

The Undercover Recruiter

Social media is a great tool for job seekers but it’s also a double-edged sword. Twitter. Following recruiters, headhunters and other Twitter accounts that post jobs actively may ring alarm bells for your employer. The Undercover Recruiter - Career & Recruitment Blog.

How to Get Referred and Get Hired

The Undercover Recruiter

It’s true – referred candidates are the number one source of external hires! And did you know, referred candidates are twice as likely to get interviewed and have a 40% chance of getting hired over other candidates (according to the New York Times )? The idea is to set yourself apart as a referred candidate: How to find connections inside a company: By: Michael Heiss. This tool will search public LinkedIn profiles.

Resume Writing Blog: Creating Prints : Halloween Caution: Job.

Resume Writing

Resume Writing Blog: Creating Prints Master Resume Writer | Certified Resume Writer | Expert provides free resume writing information, resume help, tips, advice, career job searching tools, online social networking via this Resume Blog, Resume Writing Blog, Career Blog.

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How New Job Search & Recruitment Tools are Changing HR

Corn on the Job

Yet again, I have another great research article and blog from Spherion’s Emerging Workforce Study findings. Today’s blog post will be talking about how the technology surrounding the job search & recruiting is changing the HR landscape. Spherion on Twitter .

How to Turn Your LinkedIn Profile into a Compelling Career Video #resumevid

The Undercover Recruiter

The good news: recruiters use LinkedIn to find candidates for jobs. Here’s a solution: new tool Resu-ME transforms your LinkedIn profile into a compelling career video complete with a voice-over and a handy infographic – in just a few clicks.

How To Break the Tie – When You're One of Two Great Candidates

Career Realism

Rita Ashley, Career Coach www.jobsearch4execs.com Author: Job Search Debugged Twitter: @jobsearch4execs Job Search Software Job Search Software: Thanks for the tips because these will help in standing out from a sea of nameless faces.

5 Secrets to Surviving a Candidate Personality Assessment #thecandidate

Blogging4jobs

It’s Candidate Experience week on Blogging4Jobs powered by the cool folks at Talent Circles. Check back this week to follow 25+ blogs published on Candidate Experience and follow the conversation on twitter at # thecandidate. . Building a better candidate experience.

ResumeBear Uses Content Marketing To Explode Awareness

Resume Bear

While it can definitely give a boost, smart founders know that one of the most powerful tools to create sustained traction is content marketing. It’s not clear immediately how the company generates revenue, but my guess is that they charge employers for access to potential candidates.

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4 Social Media Tasks for the New Job Seeker

Resume Bear

For the beginner, I recommend profiles on the big three sites: Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Social media can be an amazing tool for the job seeker and can help them accomplish a lot of great things. Huhman on August 15, 2011 in Candidate Advice.