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Unlock the Power of Social Selling with this CRM

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Do you often receive LinkedIn messages requesting a chat without much context or a proper introduction? Messages like, “Hey there, Jan! Can we chat for a bit about potentially collaborating with our agency? When would be a good time for us to chat?” It’s common to receive such messages on LinkedIn, so don’t worry – you’re not alone! However, the constant outreach from strangers can sometimes feel intrusive, similar to being aggressively approached by someone on the street asking for money. This approach is highly ineffective, as most people often ignore it. To receive any response, you need to reach […]

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Inside a Recruiter’s Head: Finding the Best Employees

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Over the years, I’ve asked myself thousands of questions about how recruiters find and measure the potential of their candidates. What factors and criteria do they consider when conducting their search? How do they go about the search process? Are recruiters identifying candidates based on their potential or only factors like keywords and job titles? And I spent countless hours, weeks, and months trying to understand it better and get better insights into these mysteries. However, instead of finding clear answers, I encountered one puzzle after another. After conducting dozens of tests, I finally found answers to many of my […]

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Is Number Of Applicants On Linkedin Accurate?


If you’re job-hunting, you might be discouraged when you see the number of applicants for each listing on LinkedIn. It’s easy to feel like you’re just a drop in the bucket and that your chances of being noticed are slim to none. But don’t let those numbers fool you — they’re not an accurate reflection of reality. The number of applicants shown on LinkedIn is often inaccurate and incomplete! You should still apply for jobs even if the number on those job postings seems too good to be true. Here’s why… Incomplete and Inaccurate Numbers The first thing to keep in […]

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The Best Job Search Guide for Job Seekers

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Trying to figure out how to write a resume is enough to make anyone pull their hair out. With so many conflicting opinions and pieces of advice, it can be tough to even know where to start. Every week, there seem to be dozens of new articles published, each one telling you that your resume should be one page, that it needs to have the right keywords, or that you need to skip recruiters altogether if you want to get an interview. In the meantime, career coaches are trying to convince you that you need their resume template to beat […]

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Why Your LinkedIn Posts Matter More Than You Think

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In today’s social media-driven world, it’s easy to get caught up in the numbers game. We see Person A with 10,000 followers and Person B with 100,000 followers and immediately think that Person B must be more influential, more popular, and just generally better than Person A. But that’s not always the case. In fact, when it comes to the impact of your posts, you might actually have more power than LinkedIn influencers. Here’s why. Reach vs. Engagement In the age of social media, reach has become an important metric. Brands want to partner with influencers who have a large […]

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How to Attract Top Talent with Job Descriptions

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We all know that job descriptions are important. They help to set the tone for what we’re looking for in a candidate and they give us a way to screen out people who don’t fit the bill. But too often, job descriptions are dry, boring, and full of jargon that only serves to turn off potential applicants. If we want to attract the best talent, we need to do a better job of selling the role and the company. We need to make sure that our job descriptions are clear, concise, and interesting; otherwise, we’re just going to continue to […]

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Are you a good Sourcer? Can you prove it?

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Recruiters and sourcers are crucial for finding and attracting talented employees. A skilled recruiter/sourcer could fill an open role twice as fast as the average source, and his/her work has an impact on an organization’s overall workforce.  A skilled sourcer also brings the right knowledge into the company, and the team acts as an example for the team and pushes other team members to be better at their work. They are responsible for staying abreast of industry trends, reaching out to potential employees, and maintaining good working relationships with hiring managers.  However, hiring a sourcer can be quite tricky. When […]

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