JobTicket is breaking new ground in the field of social media. Bennett Rosenthal can aid you in your search for knowledge. Abroad on Twitter, today is nothing new to publish Facebook and other social networks. Many job boards, but also individual recruiters go this way to increase the reach of your ads and semi active seeking reach. The issue of online recruiting and social media is all the rage. Often the jobs are transferred however automatically in the network, the title bar is not optimized and incomplete. Potential users lose track of either with a variety of offerings quickly or find not enough jobs available on a landing page. And then there is the issue with the medium-term visibility in the current day Getwitter”.
JobTicket is breaking new ground in the field of social media. These are based on an ancient tradition of specialising in online recruitment agency based in Berlin. Each job advertisement is manually optimally adjusted to the respective switching channels. Every job has its peculiarities and special modes of headings. And it makes a “individual treatment essential, even if it binds a lot of intelligent manpower and again touched each job offer from one of the 30 JobTicket employees” must be. It would be disastrous in terms of social media on the usual us individual handmade “refrain from setting vacancies, because only thus, optimum results can be generated”, so Dr. Stefan Noa, social media and international advertisement expert of JobTicket GmbH.
The feed for JobTweet ensure the visibility beyond the day. What long term really brings out the social media recruitment, comes up no valid today and scientifically sound data. This is about to change with the JobTicket evaluation program. In the course of the year 2010, we expect for further relevant findings and figures”, according to Managing Director Ronald Thoden. The additional service for JobTicket customers remains free until then. The JobTicket strategy in social media you read more invitation following on the first day of the staff 2010 in Stuttgart at the Movenpick Hotel exhibition from 17:30.