A Better Way to Track Your Source Effectiveness

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Candidate sources. Job boards. Postings. Just a few words that can evoke a range of emotions and reactions across your talent acquisition team. With the recent acquisitions of major job boards and Google’s entry into the job posting space, these platforms are at the top of mind in the HR space right now. As a talent acquisition professional […]

Want to Know How a Recruiter is *Really* Performing? Check These Metrics

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  Unlike many other white collar jobs, pretty much every single aspect of recruiters’ performances can be broken down into a metric. For recruiters doing a great job, this means it’s easy to see how great of a job they are doing and receive positive performance reviews for that hard work; for struggling recruiters…well, you […]

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, […]

Getting Down & Dirty with Social Media Data

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Once upon a time you created business profiles on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, <insert social media platform of your choice here>. Now you’re even using them to promote your brand by actively sharing content! That’s great. You’re off to a good start, but there’s a missing piece: Data analysis. Just like you analyze everything else your […]

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 […]