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  • http://www,innovasi.com Ryan Smith

    This article makes implementing a social media strategy so simple. Ultimately, the goal is to get likes, engage with users, and motivate your users to demonstrate some kind of action (purchasing, applying, etc). Where I have the biggest trouble is balancing the time. In addition, another thing to considered is the content and the frequency of your postings. Too little engagement or irrelevant postings on your social media site could indicate to users that the site is dead or not worth their time. Good luck with your social media strategy and implementation.

    Thank you for the post.

  • Keith Halperin

    Thanks Jody. A few questions to ask prior to considering something like this:
    1) How many hires do you get directly and solely attributable to SM?
    2) How long does it take to get your SM hires from initial brief contact to start date?
    3) What is the actual CPH for SM hires?
    4) How does SM recruiting compare with tried-and-true methods like employee referral programs, an interesting, quick, and user friendly website application process, or direct sourcing of candiates?