Category: Media

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Digital ads & popups – when will they come to life and conquer the world?

Thanks to the internet, advertisers have never had more platforms to reach their potentials clients than now. However, consumers generally agree that being confronted with covert online advertisements where you don’t expect them is one of the modern world’s most tedious phenomenons. Not only is it annoying, but increasingly, hidden ads and links contain security [...]

Twitter Recruitment Video

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Producing Your Recruitment Video

Did you know that over 150 years worth of YouTube videos are watched on Facebook every day? It is not surprising then that more and more organisations, both large and small are trying their hand at film production in order to reach out to a large pool of candidates, thirsty for video content. Although not [...]


Benefits of Using Social Media as a Recruitment Tool

Social media has a lot of potential uses for your company. You can use it as a tool for delivering customer service, or as a method of sharing deals and news about your business. You can also use it for recruiting. Social media recruiting has quickly changed the way that companies find new employees, taking [...]


How to Use Twitter for Recruitment

Twitter may be an overhyped pseudo-chatroom, but it does have some amazing uses. Twitter allows you to get real time news results instantly, follow those you look up to, get updates on the latest changes in technology, and it can help you with the recruitment process. Using Twitter for recruitment can be time consuming in [...]


Map a new strategy (Sydney Morning Herald: 17 Sep 2011)

Finding a different direction could be the key to achieving job satisfaction, writes Amy Mitchell. Nicholas Ricciuti could be described as a career matchmaker. As chief executive of ReinventYourCareer, he connects employers with employees who have the skills and experience they’re looking for. Ricciuti says that on average, people change careers seven times in their [...]

The Weekend Australian: 22 Oct 2011

Katherine’s quest for a council chief (The Weekend Australian: 22 Oct 2011)

SOMETIMES crises politicise people. For Katherine Town Council Mayor Anne Shepherd, it was the 1998 floods – which shattered the remote Northern Territory town of 10,000 people – that showed her the power of advocacy and opened her eyes to a political future. She’d long been interested in public affairs, as a nurse and board [...]