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Social Recruiting: Twitter Recruitment Tips

Posted on 10th January, by Sara Thompson in blog. No Comments

Social Recruiting

Tips to recruit with Twitter

As a Recruitment Advertising Agency we’re keen to stay ahead of the latest recruitment advertising trends and the adoption of social recruitment is only set to increase.

Twitter has over 500 million registered users, or in other words 500 million potential candidates. That’s a huge pool of people right at your fingertips and for free. So with that in mind surely there should be at least a couple of potential new recruits.

Twitter Recruitment: 5 Top Tips

1) Hashtags are a great way to source potential candidates; search hashtags related to your industry to find candidates and use hash tags such as #jobs #industrykeyword #location to enable candidates to find you.

2) Get savvy: Share posts in one simple click across all your social media accounts with tools like HootSuite and Tweet Deck.

3) Search …



The XenonUltima Challenge 2013

Posted on 5th December, by Sara Thompson in blog. No Comments

Back in 2011 our client Ring Automotive asked us to design, create and promote a game for them to use on their Facebook page to celebrate the success of their xenonultima bulbs providing 120% more light on the road. And after a great response we have launched the competition again for 2013!

The game is a night time race where the more bonuses you collect, the better the bulb lighting becomes, improving visibility and ultimately the driving experience, enabling players to avoid obstacles and improve their lap time to make the leader board.

Those who reign supreme at the top of the leaderboard by 22nd December 2013 will win the following prizes:

1st: iPad mini

2nd: Xbox 360

3rd: iPod nano

4-10: Set of Xenon bulbs

The game is designed to be fun and enjoyable for everybody, so whether you fancy yourself as the next Lewis Hamilton …



Charities need Online Videos

Posted on 8th April, by Sara Thompson in blog. No Comments

Marketing Week recently ran an article stating that charities were missing out on 665 million in donations each year; due to their lack of engagement with potential supporters.

Charities are failing to effectively evidence and explain how their donations are being used and the impact a small donation could have.

Digital platforms such as online video and social media are great methods to promote a charities cause. Online video and social media are highly shareable are relatively low-cost; however according to industry observers charities are failing to capitalise on these channels and engage with potential supporters. The Charities Aid Foundation found that donations fell 20 per cent last year, due to pressures on disposable income, highlighting the need for charities to do more to encourage donations.

Benefits of Online Video:

Last month YouTube found that 1 billion unique users were visiting the website every …