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eBook: How to use paid social in recruitment

Bringing a budget into your social media recruitment strategy will instantly unlock new features, help you reach better quality candidates and get your company brand onto more screens, more frequently. And how do you get the best return for your cash? 

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How to Use Video to Boost Your Business Development Strategy

As the recruitment industry gets increasingly marketing savvy, it’s important to keep exploring new ways to stand ... Read More

What Do Your Recruitment Sales Calls Say About You? [Quiz]

We all know how important a good sales calls strategy is when doing business development at a recruitment agency. ... Read More

4 Simple Tactics That Will Turn Your Cold Calls into Warm Calls

Despite what you’ve probably heard, cold calling in recruitment isn’t totally dead and buried – it’s just evolved. ... Read More

8 Memes That Perfectly Sum up Working in Recruitment Sales

Working in recruitment sales is one of the toughest but most rewarding careers out there (not that we’re biased!). ... Read More

4 Mistakes You're Making on the Phone Every Day

As recruiters, being great on the phone is essentially what puts food on our tables. But no one’s ever going to be ... Read More

3 Ways Playing Hard to Get Wins You Better Business

So you’re reaching the pressure point of month end and your target line for winning new business looks about as ... Read More

6 of the Best Opening Lines in Recruitment Sales

As a rule, the quicker you dive into the purpose of a BD conversation, the better. However, just picking up the ... Read More

What is Social Selling and Why Recruiters Need to Embrace It

Social selling is a key growth area for salespeople, and it’s a practice that recruiters can benefit from. When it ... Read More

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