Who Can You Reach Most Effectively Via Social Media?


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What are two of the most common questions you'll hear businesses asking about social media today? Speak to marketers or recruiters and the chances are you'll hear the following pretty high on their list:

For recruiters, this translates as:

That's why we thought the following infographic was so worth sharing. Whilst it's aimed at those who market products, the messages are no less compelling for recruiters. That social media taps into high earners so effectively makes it extremely appealing to recruiters; whilst the message that LinkedIn and YouTube are thought to be most effective for reaching this audience is a key consideration for your recruiting strategies.

Are you exploring new social media options? Trying out new ways to make your next hire? Then register for a free recruiter profile on Social-Hire.com and you can be contacting candidates and engaging with business professionals within minutes...

Recruiters - Who Can You Reach Most Effectively Via Social Media?




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