I've been reading up a bit on how to boost your facebook presence - or more specifically, how to get better results from posting on your Facebook Page. Put simply, with a userbase some five times that of LinkedIn, Facebook remains a social platform that recruiters simply can't afford to ignore.
Hence when I came across the following infographic with 18 tips to boost the effectiveness of your postings on your Facebook page, I thought this well worth sharing. Especially as many of the ideas resonate with what I would consider to be best practice in other social recruiting channels, eg:
I hope that - like me - you find this a great resource for figuring out how you might improve your Facebook presence. If any of the ideas particularly resonate - or you have other ideas that have worked particularly well for you - please do share in the comments section below!
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