Website Marketing News: Facebook Recruitment?

Facebook recruitment? Our website marketing team investigate

Would you use Facebook to recruit new staff and expand your business? According to leading recruitment specialists, it is a fantastic way of finding the perfect candidates for your job. But how does using Facebook beat the more traditional ways of advertising your vacancies? Our website marketing team investigate. 1. Volume Facebook is the world's largest social network and with more active monthly users than Twitter and LinkedIn combined, it has become an integral part of most of our lives! 526 million users log on to Facebook daily and out of those, 398 million log on 6 out of 7 days per week! For recruiters, Facebook is a great place to catch candidates where they 'hang out' and with the ability to target traffic with your ads, it turns into an ideal place to search the world's largest talent pool. 2. Criteria Targeting your ideal candidates is easy with Facebook! You can set your ads up with a range of different criteria such as age, location, education and interests. You can set up your campaign to target recent graduates with degree's in a relevant profession, up to x amount of miles from your office. The options are endless... Targeting your campaign to the skills of a particular individual ensures that only the highest level of candidate see's your advertisement. This is turn generates more interest from individuals who really could be your ideal candidate. 3. Cost Facebook charges on a pay-per-click basis which means that you aren't simply throwing money out of the window! Those who see your ad and click through are showing genuine interest in your position, meaning you are paying for high quality traffic and not a free for all. Clever website marketing company, MonkeyFish Marketing can help with all areas of social media management and Facebook advertising. To find out more about working with us, use the buttons below and we'll be in touch as soon as possible.

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