Posts Tagged ‘Job Posting’

A little press never hurts..

January 20th, 2010 by Livingston 0

MTV Networks received a little love back in October 2009, from Fox News in an article labled “Job Hunting with Social Networks“.  We’ve seen a lot of traction from our Twitter account @MTVNetworksJobs, and our followers continue to grow, almost 19,000 !
We keep those we follow to a minimum since we’re an HR account, and [...]

Twitter Job Postings via Twitterfeed, RSS Slice and Dice

February 5th, 2009 by Livingston 0

Using Twitter.com for product and service marketing is becoming easier and easier with the help of a number of twitter tools.  I recently started using TwitterFeed to syndicate industry-specific RSS Job advertisements to corporate twitter accounts.

1.  You’ll need an active RSS feed with your current job listings.
2.  Get this feed to a major job aggregator. [...]

Job Search and Candidate Sourcing with Twitter

December 18th, 2008 by Livingston 0

To many individuals (including Guy Kawasaki), Twitter is becoming the tool of choice for online marketing.
After reviewing Twitter’s search operators, a little digging lead me to some interesting job search and recruiting applications within the twitter community.

Subtle job applications- Linking to your online resume.  Google Apps and other online document repositories make this easy.
Helping friends [...]

Text Cloud Resumes and Job Descriptions

December 8th, 2008 by Livingston 0

I think it’s fair to say that updating your own resume is a grueling task. Perhaps this is the reason some individuals stay at the same job for decades.  Formatting, font, content and layout all play a big part in the overall presentation of a resume.  Once you think you’ve got it right, hours are [...]

Corporate Recruiting and Cost Per Hire (CPH?)

November 21st, 2008 by Livingston 0

If you had $1000 to spend on a particular job, what would you do?  Would you source? Would you post?  Where do you begin?
Now think about a $500, $250 or $50 per job allowance, where do you start now?
The recruiting process should not depend on the amount of money in your budget.  Many times, recruiters [...]

PBWiki.com – Viral Job Marketing Example

November 20th, 2008 by Livingston 0

No longer late-breaking news, but thought the guys at pbwiki.com did a great job with their viral job marketing campaign.  3 days ago, this picture was uploaded to digg.com, it was the number one (dugg) item for the day and has now been tagged 4444 times.  Some folks thought it was kinda funny, others noticed [...]

Keyword Roots, Tenses within Search vs. SEM

November 18th, 2008 by Livingston 0

Search stemming (also known as wild card (*) search) searches the root of a word and returns all letter combinations (tenses) of the word in the search results.  For example, searching for the words (analyzing, analyzed or analysis), simply search the wild card “analy* ” or in some engines including Google “analy”, when no wild [...]