Color Your Brand - Recruiters Websites

Target. Google. Coca-cola. Starbucks. When thinking of these companies, what do you see? Did you picture Target’s red and white bullseye, Google’s colorful serif logo, Coca-Cola’s iconic red and white script, Starbucks’ green mermaid? Some companies’ branding is just as famous as their services. When you see these color combinations, even in another setting, you…

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SEO FAQs Recruiters Websites

If you’ve worked with us in the past or plan to, you’ll hear a lot about SEO. SEO is unavoidable if you want your website to be successful. Without it, clients and candidates will be virtually unable to find you. Here are some SEO FAQs (frequently asked questions) to help you understand a little more…

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malicious software

You have a nice website and it would be a real shame if something happened to it. No matter how beautiful or expensive your website, without proper security, it is vulnerable to vicious cyber-attacks. Knowing how to defend against attacks in the first place will help guard your data and all of the data entrusted…

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first impression online

Mom always told you not to judge a book by its cover, and odds are you’ve told your kids the same thing. Unfortunately, that advice is easier said than done. In reality, your brain is hardwired to make judgments, especially when we first meet people. We call these initial judgments “first impressions” and we all…

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recruiting podcasts

Recruiters are busy people. From communicating with clients and tracking talent for any number of positions at any time, to the mundane day-to-day of keeping the books for your business up to date, you have a lot to do. A good recruiter also wants to take the time to learn new skills, embrace new processes…

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more productive recruiters

There’s more to recruiting than just posting jobs online—it’s about forming relationships, marketing your business, researching and screening candidates and so much more. With so many daily tasks required to be a  successful organization, too often things slip through the cracks and do not get done. Sometimes, a neverending task list can feel like it’s…

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recruiting as told by shark week

It’s the best time of the year again: Shark Week. This tradition of a week-long television event featuring shark-themed programming is in its thirty-first year. At this point, it’s a national pastime that should be honored with a holiday in which none of us have to go to work. Since my Shark Week Holiday dreams…

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recruiting generation z

Just as we were getting used to the Millennial way of life, a new generation—Generation Z— is set to enter the workforce en masse this year.  While there is no agreed-upon age range for Generation Z, they are generally considered the people born in the mid-1990s through the mid-2000s. This means many of them recently…

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recruiting websites experts

On May 24, Walt Disney Studios released Aladdin, a live-action remake of the 1992 classic. Despite mixed reviews and hesitation from Disney classic fans, it’s performed well at the box office.  For those who don’t know the story: long story short, street urchin Aladdin falls in love with Princess Jasmine, finds a magical lamp, meets…

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recruiting and staffing organizations

Being a recruiter can be stressful—especially if you’re the star of a one-person show—but joining one of the dozens of recruiting and staffing organizations can take away some of that tensity by connecting you to other people who understand your struggles. These networks can serve as a think tank to help you develop new skills…

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