What did they say?

  1: You don't need a dedicated recruitment website vendor if you don't need jobs on your website. 2: If you do need jobs on your website, and you choose a vendor who does not automatically deliver your jobs to Google for Jobs, you wasted your money having a jobs section. 3: If you do have jobs, identify the recruiter who is working the job; candidates trust these...

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Theft   Billions of pounds are made from stealing data that is then used for criminal purposes. Recruitment websites with candidate portals store the data that facilitates that theft. WordPress sites are also known to store personal data in their plugins, and 98% of all hacks on WordPress take place due to poor plugin security. GoDaddy security products state that 70-90% of the hacks they deal with are...

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What to ask your customers about your next website What do you think of our current website? Be honest and brutal if need be. What would you visit a recruiter’s website for? What are the key features you want from a recruiter’s website? For example: Our staff Testimonials Case studies Salary/pay guide Profiles of candidates we have for hire Co-branded jobs or a microsite with...

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  Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the art, science, skill, task of getting your website pages to rank higher in search engines, such as Google, Bing, etc.   Google for Jobs (GFJ) is a job aggregation service (like indeed) from Google, with which Google is (pending a review by the EU competition authorities) dominating the top of its web search page results for job search and also...

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  They will find your jobs quicker, faster, better using RecruiterWEB tech. They will be able to apply for your jobs quicker, faster, better using RecruiterWEB tech. They will be able to apply for your jobs unencumbered by dated portal accounts other vendors insist they build to apply for jobs. They will be able to create job alerts unencumbered by dated portal accounts other vendors...

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  So cold calling is dead.   Cold calling, we are led to believe, is dead. While its life as a communication strategy to bring new ideas to people, ergo the last 2020 years, was short-lived, the new way is inbound. But nonetheless, it is dead, and you are going to replace 166750 cold calls a year per salesperson with inbound.     But then you are going to fuck it...

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