Meta what? Meta tags explained

Meta what? Meta tags explained

Meta… What? Meta keywords, meta description, meta tags and title – all you hear is YOU MUST UPDATE THESE! But what are they, how useful are they REALLY and what should you be doing with them? Well let me explain… Pretty much the undisputed authority on web...
Checklist to see if your Business is Using LinkedIn Correctly

Checklist to see if your Business is Using LinkedIn Correctly

LinkedIn is currently the only social media network for business-only communication, although after reports last week Facebook could be soon releasing their own rival product, “Facebook at Work”. There are over 15 million people in the UK with a LinkedIn profile,...
How Recruiters Can Advertise on Facebook

How Recruiters Can Advertise on Facebook

There are over 34 million Facebook users in the UK, so it’s a great choice of social network for recruitment companies to speak to job hunters in their catchment areas and spread awareness of their current positions. However, the Facebook Newsfeed has become a...
Top 5 Mobile Apps for Job Hunting

Top 5 Mobile Apps for Job Hunting

We weren’t surprised when we read that 86% of jobseekers with smartphones would use one in their job hunt. Mobile apps are a great way to search for jobs, as they offer constant access to the latest vacancies and opportunities; whether you’re in the comfort of your...
Visitor tracking – what’s the point?

Visitor tracking – what’s the point?

This comes down to a single argument, analysis vs assumption. Do you presume to know exactly how your customer base are likely to use your website? or are you making assumptions based on guess work? Most savvy business owners know their customer habits well, they know...
Search Engine Optimisation for Recruiters

Search Engine Optimisation for Recruiters

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), for those not in the know – it’s often a ‘we should probably have that, whatever it is’ or something similar. You’ve heard the term, it’s fairly self explanatory, but how it is achieved always seems...