Social recruiting is rapidly changing the rules of the talent acquisition game. With the continuous emergence of new social media platforms, LinkedIn isn’t the only way to engage candidates and source new talent. Through Twitter alone, we can now reach millions of people with a single tweet. But here’s the problem: when it comes to recruiting, reaching millions of people doesn’t mean you are reaching the RIGHT people. Are you getting the most out of social media recruiting strategy if you are just posting-and-praying?
There is a better way... a more strategic approach to social recruiting on Twitter. It’s not just about pushing content and hoping for good leads, it’s about hunting and engaging the talented candidates you are looking for.
So how do you transform your passive “post and pray” Twitter approach to an active “hunting” strategy? Here are the top seven strategies we recommend to become a social recruiting “hunter” on Twitter:
The fast-changing rules of the social media recruiting game means you can’t be passive and simply push content to attract the best talent. Go out and find the best candidates on Twitter. Don’t just post and pray. Hunt.
Tactics HR is a social recruiting startup that enables recruiters to hunt great talent on Twitter by searching user bios, locations and network connections.
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