6 ways that you can use your LinkedIn profile to get connected

As the world’s largest professional networking site, LinkedIn is the driving force in its market, and it is the place to focus on building your professional profile. Unlike many other networking sites, LinkedIn is more about a focus on the individual’s professional ability, key attributes, and the connections acquired. Webrecruit Ireland offers some key tips ...more

6 Top LinkedIn Features for Recruiting on a Budget

89% of recruiters have hired someone through LinkedIn, according to Herd Wisdom (2014). With statistics such as these, it’s no surprise that businesses are taking advantage of the world’s largest professional network to find candidates. But, how can you optimise your recruitment efforts on a budget through LinkedIn to find the best talent? We look ...more

Are You Using LinkedIn Properly?

Strengthening your staff recruitment doesn’t always mean using a large number of resources. What is important is understanding how to get the best value, and the best return from those that you do use. Choosing specific advertising platforms to use for your staff recruitment campaigns can be challenging, especially with the large variety available, but ...more

Why even Tumblr can be a great recruitment tool

Of all of the social networks that you may use alongside a recruitment agency in Northern Ireland like Webrecruit Ireland, Tumblr is surely one of the least likely. Nobody really talks about it as a recruitment tool, and if you’re looking for that next great executive, LinkedIn’s admittedly the best first port of call. But ...more

How Pinterest can help shape your career

When shaping your pathway to your ideal career Webrecruit Ireland would normally recommend existing candidates to make LinkedIn their number one focus of their online networking. That said, Pinterest shouldn’t be ruled out and recognised as a competing network in online recruitment and it is important to understand the advantages of this visual-heavy social platform. ...more

What not to do with social media while you’re job hunting

Job hunting can be time consuming, stressful and a long drawn out process. The heartache of sending out endless applications, receiving rejection and to top it off having to deal with any current workplace frustrations is enough to drive anyone crazy. Social media is now being widely used in today’s business world and hiring managers ...more

Tips on How to Perfect your Online Job Adverts

Recruitment advertising isn’t an easy task and one that shouldn’t be taken for granted. HR managers don’t always fully understand and appreciate the skill of writing effective online job adverts and how different it is to that in the press. Online and press advertising have similar characteristics in the sense, that the detailing of the ...more

Have you considered Instragram as a staff recruitment portal?

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn play a key role in the social media platforms for Webrecruit Ireland (www.webrecruit.ie), and have all been covered and examined for their relevance as an online staff recruitment portal. However the new and upcoming Instragram has created a unique difference in the technological world of social networking. The capability and instant ...more

Social media as your recruitment tool

Online recruitment in 2013 is evolving and growing stronger and becoming more competitive than ever. Whether big or small, few companies nowadays are not alert to the importance of social media in today’s business world, especially in the recruitment process. The more traditional-feeling online jobs boards are still attracting the ambitious, self driven job seekers; ...more

LinkedIn – The Best Guide for Graduates

Many congratulations, you’ve graduated. Now is the time when all that work in University is to pay off and give you the opportunity to build the career you’ve always wanted. So what’s the next piece in the jigsaw of career aspirations? If you want to get ahead, get recognised and position yourself as the model ...more