Facebook Pixels and Why You Should Be Using Them in Recruitment Marketing

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I talk a lot about Facebook and the seemingly infinite uses it has for those looking to up their recruitment marketing strategy. The Facebook Pixel is no different from my other endorsements—in fact, it might be the best tools that Facebook offers. One of our clients is all in on Facebook advertising as part of their recruitment marketing […]

How To Optimize Your Spend On Indeed To Attract Quality Applicants

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We talk a lot about Indeed here at Kinetix, but with good reason. With almost 60% of all careers-related traffic online passing through Indeed, it’s important for employers to turn their focus there and consider spending money on sponsored jobs if it’s in the recruiting budget. At Kinetix, we not only manage our own spend, […]

How Talent DNA Helps You Hire Better People

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If there’s one thing recruiters have no time for, it’s tools that are put in place, not because they add any value, but because everyone thinks they should be there. It’s expected that you have this tool or that tool. One of the most common tools you’ll find in this category? Talent Assessments.  Talent assessments are […]

Title Fight: A Showdown Between LinkedIn and Indeed

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LinkedIn v. Indeed. The ultimate showdown between the two most prolific resume and candidate search platforms on the web today. As a recruiter or talent acquisition leader, these two sites should be a large part of your strategy in looking to attract the best talent possible. Whether or not you have a large advertising budget […]

Why LinkedIn and Indeed Can’t Agree on the Definition of a Passive Candidate

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One of my core duties here at Kinetix is to evaluate new sourcing and recruiting platforms and maintain relationships with current vendors in that space. Not a week goes by that I don’t receive an email or phone call from an intrepid account manager asking me to demo his or her solution that will change […]

Looking at Social Schedulers Beyond Scheduling

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I am what I would call a social media purist. When it comes to posting on social media, I always prefer to do it natively, meaning within each separate social media that I’m posting on. This preference is a mixture of the way I was “raised” as a social media marketer (because old habits die hard) […]

Using Indeed Trends to Optimize Your Job Postings

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you should be pretty familiar with the job aggregation site Indeed. A favorite of ours here at Kinetix, Indeed accounts for 58% of all job-related traffic across the internet according to Silk Road. Apart from job postings, sponsored listings, featured employer profiles, and a candidate-friendly resume database, […]

The Robots Are Coming: A.I. in Recruiting

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A.I. These two letters have been causing quite a stir in the recruiting space over the last 6 months or so. Every day as I look through my news I see at least one or two articles discussing artificial intelligence in recruiting—how it’s going be the next big “thing” in recruiting, how it’s going 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 […]

Can You Text Me Now? How To Leverage Text Messaging for Recruiting

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Texting. It’s something we all do countless times a day now. We text our friends, family, and bosses. We receive text messages giving us our security codes, receipts from credit card transactions, and reminding us of our doctor’s appointments. But, how many of us can say we’ve been texted about a specific, legitimate job opportunity? As […]