we blog

We do a lot here at Recruiters Websites. And you can add blogging to that list. We're always growing our recruiting website resources to stay at the bleeding edge of the industry, and we'd like you to be there with us.

What Does Your Website Say About Your Clients?

A great deal has been written regarding websites as a reflection of your business and professionalism. It’s 2018, and if you weren’t aware, the internet is ubiquitous. Every year that passes only further cements the reality that legitimate, professional organizations have a legitimate, professional web presence. We could continue to impress this point upon you,…

Make Your Website Work for You in 2018 – Recruiting Website Resolutions

It may seem a little premature for New Year’s Resolutions, but growing your business is a resolution you should be making year round. Still, the end of the year is an especially applicable time to reflect on your past year’s successes as well as opportunities for improvements. One of the most important points we strive…

What SEO Isn’t: Doing Recruiter Website SEO the Right Way

If you have already considered or attempted search engine optimization, you’ve probably read a thing or two about it. As SEO consultants for the recruiting industry, we constantly engage with clients eager to improve their rankings and visibility; however, many have picked up bad SEO habits or have been misinformed about how to best approach SEO.…

Part 3: The Candidate-Focused Recruiting Website

For the third and final part of our series, we turn our attention to the candidate-focused recruiting website. Our goal is to help recruiters reach their intended audience. In Part 1 we took a broader approach to understanding how best to determine the audience of your recruiting website and how to cater your digital presence…

Part 2: The Client-Focused Recruiting Website

If you haven’t read Part 1 of our 3-part series on understanding your recruiting website’s audience, I highly recommend you take the time to familiarize yourself with the importance of identifying the audience for your firm’s digital services. Your recruiting website does not have to dedicate the entirety of its efforts to just one audience;…

Part 1: Is Your Recruiting Website Layout Properly Focused?

Are you reaching all the clients and candidates you can? Are you making as many placements as you could? We’ve often discussed best practices to give your website the best look and feel. We’ve also made more than our fair share of suggestions as to the technologies you should be integrating with your recruiting website…

A Recruiting Website Refresh May Be Right for You

The prospect of completely transforming your entire digital presence can seem daunting. From the bottom to the top, there are numerous areas in which your recruiting website can be fine-tuned and tweaked. Naturally, at Recruiters Websites, we know the value of instituting a complete overhaul to your online ecosystem; however, we also understand that for…

Why Recruiting Websites Lose Millennials and Why It Matters

There is perhaps no buzzword used with more trepidation and contempt than millennials. Images of bearded hipsters bringing two dogs and a papoose-bound newborn to the workplace haunt hiring managers and recruiters. And while that image may sometimes be reality, it doesn’t alter the greater reality. Millennials are the pool of candidates you will be…

The Machine Learning and AI Recruiting Future

As the technological ecosystem evolves so do the various components of that ecosystem. A more decentralized world and the proliferation of knowledge can equip the right persons with access to game-changing technology. In the worlds of industry and business, the incorporation of emerging tech can mean the difference between dominance and obsolescence. For recruiters, this…

Is LinkedIn Abandoning Recruiters?

As Microsoft continues to transform LinkedIn, it, by proxy, transforms the world of recruitment. However, as LinkedIn evolves, it appears Microsoft seems disinterested in helping recruiters. Is LinkedIn abandoning recruiters? With a continual push into a more mainstream social media market, this is a valid question. A tougher question, however, relates to the privacy of…

Request Quote