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How to Write the Best Staffing Website Copy

Your website copy is critically important. Good copy will generate interest while increasing inquiries from candidates and potential clients. It should never be an afterthought … The post How to Write the Best Staffing Website Copy appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Why You Need to Write for Your Reader, Not for Google

Read Time2 Minute, 2 Second In order for something to rank on Google, Google’s algorithm needs to deem your blog post or page better than the other results. As anyone who has ever tried getting anything ranked on Google knows, their algorithm is constantly changing and is updated at least 500 times a year. Yes, Google’s algorithm changes at least once a day. Now,…

How to Write a Job Description: 7 Mistakes to Avoid

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second Learning how to write a job description is like mastering an art form.  It needs to accomplish a number of things in a very short time. It needs to explain the job itself, portray your employer brand, attract certain candidates, include Google ranking signals, and grab people’s attention. That’s a big ask! But it is doable… as long as…

Hiring Freelancers? How to Write the Perfect Freelance Job Description

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected global markets in ways that the world has not experienced in generations — if ever. Many workers have lost their full-time positions, hiring freezes have kept jobs unfilled, and it’s left many people looking into hiring freelancers and part-time work opportunities.   Many employers are still bursting at the seams with work to do. According to a recent Forbes article,…

Writing LinkedIn Recommendations like We Write Yelp Reviews!

I want to start a trend. I’ve had some really great people write LinkedIn recommendations for me. I think all of them are from people I’ve actually personally worked with and had a strong relationship. The dirty little secret, though, is no one really ever reads or pays attention to these reviews. I mean, no hiring decisions are based on “OMG! Tim’s LI recommendations…

My Wife Approves of this Blog Post! (And we have a rule I can’t write about her!)

Around Mother’s Day, the PR folks at Salary.com sent me an infographic. (Editor’s Note: please do not take this as an invitation to send me your infographic! I get at least one per day. I know it’s your job to push these onto people in hopes they’ll publish and you’ll get SEO, but most of them are awful. Yes, you’re is awful!) This salary.com piece caught my…

It’s Super Hard to Write a Cool Job Posting!

Almost every solid TA pro and leader I know wants to have cool, hip, on fleek, whatever new saying the kids on Snap are saying, type job postings. What most organizations end up with is still the old written job description, KSAs, boring I just feel asleep same posting as they always have had. The main problem is you usually have some over-conservative lady…