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Latest trends and statistics on social media and social networking,

Latest trends and statistics on social media and social networking,

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  • We all know that social media is changing the game significantly, and that corporate career sites (brand) have spilled out into all of the social channels. If employers don’t drive a strategy in these areas, then it will “happen to them” by alumni (disgruntled employees), recruiters, and other people setting up groups, fan pages, and twitter accounts to have discussions about what it means to be (or have been) an employee at your company. 81% of respondents stating they do not have an overall online recruiting strategy or they need help from June
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  • Most employers don’t know that there is over 300,000,000 million searches for “job” related content every month on Google. This is where candidates start their job search, and many of the major job boards even boast that 80% or more of the candidates who visit their sites come from the major search engines. Employers would do very well to go “direct” to these candidates even before they reach the job boards.
  • Facebook now has 300 million users, which is the largest social network online, and people spend hours each day on the site (nearly living their online life there) and if employers don’t learn how to integrate these networks into their social strategy they will be losing out on a major opportunity.
  • March 24, 2011

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  • Social Media Stats Trends and Statistics March, 2011 v
  • Why Does It Matter?
  • Why Does It Matter? SlideShare.
    • SlideShare Stats:
      • 45 Million Visitors every month
      • Top 250 web sites visited in the world
      • Used for presentations, documents, PDF’s, webinars, and videos.
      • 57,000 documents related to diversity
      • 5,000 documents related to diversity
  • Why Does It Matter? YouTube.
    • YouTube Stats:
      • 2 billion videos viewed, every day
      • 24 hours of video uploaded, every minute
      • More video is uploaded in 60 days than all 3 major US networks created in 60 years
      • 46 years of videos watched a day, on facebook via YouTube
      • YouTube’s auto speech recognition tech translates video and captions into 51 languages
  • Why Does It Matter? Mobile.
    • 5.3 Billion subscribers
    • 6.1 Trillion SMS messages sent in 2010
    • 10.9 Billion apps downloaded
    • By 2013 mobile will overtake PC’s as the most common web access device
    Are you looking for a new opportunity? Apply now! Job Seekers
  • Why Does It Matter? Twitter
    • Twitter Stats
      • 200+ Million users
      • 40+ Billion tweets
      • 140 Million tweets a day
      • 300,000+ apps
      • 1,000+% growth
      • 400 employees
      • 500,000 accounts added, daily
  • Why Does It Matter? Ning. 2 Million Ning Communities
  • Why Does It Matter? Video.
  • Why Does It Matter? Google.
    • Google stats:
      • 1+ Billion searches daily
      • 20% of searches are for local information
      • Google maps guided users 12 billion miles in 2010
      • 300 Million+ “Job” related searches every month
  • Why Does It Matter? Facebook.
    • Facebook Stats:
      • #1 Most visited web site
      • 500+ Million active members
      • 700+ Billion minutes are spent on facebook, every month
      • 20+ Million apps installed daily
      • 900+ Million objects people interact with
      • 200+ Million access via a mobile device
      • Average user generates 90 pieces of content every month
      • 250+ Million people engage with facebook on external sites
  • Why Does It Matter? LinkedIn.
    • LinkedIn Stats:
      • 100 Million+ members
      • 1 Million new members every week
      • 17.8 Million belong to groups
      • 1.2 million comments and posts to groups each week
      • 2 billion people searches annually
      • 1 million companies have a company page
  • Contact & Connect
    • On Talent HQ
      • www.TalentHQ.com
      • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/e/gis/92614/55D1213F91EC
      • Twitter: twitter.com /#!/ jjbuss
      • Facebook: www.facebook.com /?ref=logo#% 21/group.php?gid=38638145810
      • Mailing List: http:// eepurl.com/cOw_U
      • RSS Feed: http:// feeds.feedburner.com/TalentHQ
      • SlideShare: www.slideshare.net/RecruitingBlog
      • YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/thetalentbuzz
    • With Jason Buss
      • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jbuss
      • Twitter: www.twitter.com/jjbuss
      • Facebook: www.facebook.com/jasonbuss
      • Foursquare: www.foursquare.com/user/jjbuss
      • SlideShare: www.slideshare.net/RecruitingBlog
      • Gmail: bussjj (at) gmail.com
      • Skype: bussjj
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