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One Proven Way to Increase Career Site Engagement – Recruit Forward

career site strategy

Considering how important career sites are to the modern candidate journey, talent acquisition teams should be thinking of new and innovative ways to drive more engagement on them. We’ve seen over a quarter billion job seekers pass through the Jibe platform. And when we look at the data, one strategy for boosting career site engagement […]

Ivan Casanova

Recruit Forward: Why Landing Pages Are A Huge Missed Opportunity In Recruiting

landing pages recruiting

There’s a serious disconnect between how employers present their jobs to candidates and how candidates prefer to find those jobs online. The source of that disconnect is search engine optimization, or SEO. The idea behind SEO is to connect users with what their searching for as efficiently as possible. Google has built a billion-dollar empire […]

Ivan Casanova

Google Is the First Page of Your Career Site—Start Treating It That Way

google best practices for recruitment

You’ve probably noticed by now, the people who work at Google are pretty smart. They’ve figured out a way to connect searchers with exactly the information they’re looking for—in a matter of milliseconds. Imagine if it was that easy for job seekers to find your jobs on Google. Spoiler alert: it’s not. With the ability […]

Mike Roberts

What Google’s Big Mobile News (Not Mobilegeddon) Means for Recruiters

search engine recruiting

As smartphone technology has become better, cheaper, and more accessible, desktops have been waning as the primary source for computing and connecting to the Internet. The recruiting community has been discussing this shift for years now, and its impact on acquiring talent. However, on May 5, Google made the announcement that smartphones and desktops have […]

Mike Roberts

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