Dirty tricks

The highest compliment a competitor can pay you is to lie about you. Just ask Richard Branson how BA’s dirty tricks helped Virgin Atlantic.   It is even better when that competitor’s employee commits that lie in an email format as you then have evidence of the deception.   However, best of all the lie that was told is easily exposed by a simple Google Search.   Now back to that...

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Job seeker activity

Job seekers bounce from your recruitment website job posts because   We call it a bounce when a job seeker lands on your job, does not apply, does not register for job alerts, does register with your service, or check our more jobs from your recruiter/recruiters for that niche.   Top reasons for bounce   1 Very thin content about the job, like one or two lines. It shows a lack...

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Cyber crime stats

1. Storing personal data in your website is like waving a flag to hackers. You are going to get burnt.   2. If you need a portal for your job seekers integrate your ATS with your website. Safer and more secure, plus the data is where it is needed.   3. GDPR best practise is not to duplicate data storage and given the data in the recruitment website is...

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Attract employers to your recruiter site

Get your On-Page right.   So On-Page is SEO speak to the content you can place on your site, and the places and ways you can place content on the site. An excellent resource for SEO reading his Moz, here is a page they have about On-Page SEO. https://moz.com/learn/seo/on-page-factors   Content for the spider   So some of what On-Page SEO is about is placing content in places we know spider...

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Recruitment SEO

You know you are a dummy if you do not know there is a difference between SEO that generates job seekers vs SEO that generates clients for your recruitment services. You are even more of a dummy if you did not think you could get clients from SEO.   You know you are a dummy if you think Google gives a shit about your website or choice...

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How to hit the sweet spot with client generation on your recruitment website. Yes, potential clients do look for new suppliers, and they start with Google. The kind of searches they make can be broken down into who, what, when, where, why and how type queries, examples follow:   Today we look at the "Who" type queries Who queries? Cybersecurity recruiters London is an example, and here you...

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recruitment website providers

Being a recruitment website vendor at times is a bit like being in a new relationship, where your new partner's ex was a bit of knob-head. For example on average RecruiterWEB gets about 1 support request per week from its client base, which are mostly solved when the support ticket is raised by the client. 95% of all our support tickets are to remind our...

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