|Craig Fisher Joins HRmarketer|
In a recent post on his Fishdogs ,social business strategist, HR influencer, and recruiting expert Craig Fisher observed that employers are beginning to see the benefits of making job ads more visual. Those benefits include developing and strengthening employment brands, growing talent communities and driving traffic to employers’ career sites.
Craig also shared Most Wanted’s infographic, The Job Posting Field Guide, a one-stop guide to crafting the perfect job posting “to corral the most qualified applicants.” As Craig himself noted, he’s a huge proponent of adding visual appeal to job ads. His post, Pinterest Can Help Recruiting Get Visual, is another insightful resource on the topic.
To be honest, we’ve been fans of Craig for quite some time. He’s chock full of invaluable insights into social media, online brand visibility, and the HR marketplace. In fact, we’re such big fans of Craig that we wanted to hire him to be our new vice president of strategy and HR marketplace consulting. And lucky for us, he was equally excited about joining HRmarketer.
That’s great news for HRmarketer but it’s absolutely incredible news for our clients. Craig has literally helped to forge thought leadership around key issues in the HR marketplace, social media, and online brand visibility. With Craig’s addition to our already amazingly talented team, we’re basically providing HRmarketer clients with a game-changing advantage. The HR software and services brands we work with now have access to an expert whose knowledge of and relationships in the HR marketplace are among the very best.
As HRmarketer clients know, our agency services team already has some of the most seasoned and talented marketing and media relations professionals—people who know the HR marketplace and its unique challenges better than anyone out there. Adding Craig to this team is a phenomenal coup and makes our bench strength that much deeper.
Craig will be working closely with our agency clients to share his knowledge on brand visibility initiatives, social business strategy, HR influencer relations, lead generation and nurturing campaigns, content marketing and more.
If you’d like to read about Craig’s impressive background and his depth of experience in the HR marketplace, click here to read our recent press release.
And if you’d like to learn more about working with HRmarketer and how we can help grow your brand, please give us a call.
Labels: Craig Fisher, Fishdogs, Mark Willaman, New Hire