The plain truth about recruitment websites and job posts
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 more.
4: If you can identify your client in the job and make a fuss about their jobs and highly feature them, do. Candidates love that, and co-branding is a credibility point that will send your brand stratospheric.
5: Write job adverts based on how you sell them over the phone or face to face. For more on how to write a job advert, not a job spec, speak to Mitch Sullivan, or look at https://www.copywritingforrecruiters.com.
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