How to Be an Effective Recruiting Leader

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In a world that is constantly evolving and changing, it’s hard to define what the ideal or perfect leader is. Different companies, teams, and individuals require different leaders to guide them through the ever evolving landscape which surrounds them, particularly in the recruiting world. Now you might be asking how or why you should be […]

Helping Hiring Managers Understand Recruitment Marketing

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Today, I was in a meeting during which our recruitment marketing team presented what we can do to help that client’s talent acquisition team members’ lives easier. At the end of the meeting, the client leader looks at our marketing team and goes, “Every hiring manager and recruiter needs to see what recruitment marketing is […]

How To Find The Best Keywords For Writing Pinterest Descriptions

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Here we are, 4 weeks deep into using Pinterest to grow your employer brand. Last week we talked about how to write descriptions for your pins and why it’s still important–here’s an excerpt: Words are the best way to tell Pinterest what your pins are about. With that  being said, add in related keywords to […]

Please “Like” Us: The New Facebook Jobs

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You may or may not have heard about Facebook’s recent entry into the job posting market. If you haven’t, that’s perfectly okay. Here at Kinetix, we’re always in the know and would love to break down what this means for your company or job hunting behavior. TechCrunch has a good write-up here on the new […]

Recruiting: The Race To The Finish

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In the recruiting industry you can break down the process of attracting candidates to your open position into three simple steps: 1.       Discovery 2.       Research 3.       Apply Discovery is the first step: the step where candidates find that your position is available.  This is also when you have to discover how you’re going to find […]

A Guide to Email Marketing Analytics for Non-Marketers

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Have you ever asked someone from a different department than yours what you thought was a simple question, and then wondered what language they were speaking when they gave you an answer? We tend to develop our own lingo within our departments at work. It becomes so natural for us that we don’t even realize […]