Content marketing plays a more prominent role in the recruitment landscape than ever before. Marketers have gotten smarter about the way they produce content, personalizing it for their target audience and even automating when and where that content is shown. Personalizing content makes for a more relatable experience for the audience, which in turn leads them to develop loyalty.
By this point you've no doubt heard about employer branding and how important it is for finding the right talent, and it's true. A strong employer brand will not just give you more candidates to choose from, but they will be a better cultural fit. But did you know that having a strong employer brand will also drastically reduce your acquisition costs? According LinkedIn, having a strong employer brand can reduce recruiting costs by 43%! So how do you go about developing your company's employer brand?
In the ever-competitive world of recruitment, where social media recruiting has provided an easier way to engage job searchers, companies are realizing that the best way to find the talent they need is to attract more qualified candidates. Simple enough, right? But in the digital age of recruitment marketing, companies must be able to efficiently sift through the high numbers of unqualified candidates in order to find the right talent, allowing them to streamline the application process, saving time and money, and creating a more meaningful user experience.