[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/217901205″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /] In the latest episode of the Meshworking Podcast, I talk to Patrick Welch, Digital Strategist and Analyst. In an example of…
TL;DR: The impact content has on encouraging prospects to apply is actually measurable, giving you a chance to show exactly how powerful and valuable your recruiting content is….
We spend so much of our time dwelling in the details, and in the tactics of getting our job, that sometimes we lose sight of the big picture….
You might assume that we can stop worrying about SEO for talent acquisition and your career site. Wrong! Whether it’s all about lowering your overall talent budget or seeking higher quality candidiates, Google and SEO still matter. A lot.
If you think your homepage is the most important page on your career site, you are missing a huge opportunity to tell your brand story to a majority of your visitors.
Responsive web design is a framework that allows a website to work on large screen devices and small screen devices equally well. But since this advance in user experience comes with a cost, we’ve picked our favorite three reasons Talent Acquisition and HUman Resources should invest in responsive web design.
Those big numbers you see at the top of your analytics reports look, feel and smell like real information. But they aren’t. They are aggregates and averages, taking the raw materials of insight and throwing them into a blender and then hitting “puree.” What looks like information are really lies. And until you as an HR professional learn to think of them as segments, you’ll never learn anything useful about your visitors.
Do a search on Google on the term “better analytics” and you’ll see 232 million results. In Amazon, there are more than a thousand books that reference better analytics. In this age of “big data” (however you define it), we all know that we are sitting on huge stockpiles of data, most of it gathering virtual dust in some analysis tool because we don’t take action.
At some point, someone has probably told you about the magical number: seven plus or minus two. At it’s core is the idea that the human brain, as complex and creative as it is, can only hold onto a small number of ideas at a time. You may know a million things, but you can’t think about them all at once, just between five and nine ideas at a time.