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How To Recruit with YouTube (video)

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http://JimStroud.com - I presented "How To Recruit with YouTube" at the 2016 National Association of Healthcare Recruiters Image Conference in Las Vegas. Good times!
These are (most of) the slides I used during my presentation.

Here is a brief description of what the NAHCR audience received during my presentation:

As the economy continues to recover and organizations are actively hiring, how do you attract star performers who are actively seeking their next opportunity? Are you using YouTube and sites like it to maintain your edge? If not, this presentation is an event you cannot miss. Join industry expert, Jim Stroud, to gain real-world insight into seven compelling reasons why you should be using video in your overall recruiting strategy.

Attendees will learn:

# No-cost strategic practices that will give you a significant advantage over your competition

# How to leverage YouTube for competitive intelligence

#Case studies of major brands using YouTube in their recruiting efforts

#Search strings and lesser known resources for finding passive candidates on YouTube

# Evaluation of tools that will promote your company brand on YouTube and optimize your video for better search engine results

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Published in: Recruiting & HR
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