In the digital age of job search, luring applicants is a breeze. All they have to do is hop online and search in Google these days to start gathering a list of jobs in their area. While that’s handy for the jobseeker in terms of getting an idea of what is advertised, it does little for the company who wants to work on sifting through those applicants to find the right candidates. Hundreds of applicants, if not thousands, make it really hard to narrow it down to just one. Ask any recruiter.
In efforts to better connect with their talent audience, companies turn to social media to build a following of people whom they can educate about their company, services/products, culture, and employment opportunities. Simply educating the masses, however, isn’t going to find the diamond in the rough. The trick to sharing all of this information is to actually engage with your followers and gather practical information about them in terms of making a hiring decision.