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Inbound Marketing Strategies to Fill and Engage Your Talent Pool

Blog | Author: SkillSurvey | Source: HCI | Published: 18 hours ago

As the lines between recruiting and marketing continue to blur, recruiters are embracing the digital and data-driven strategies that transformed marketing. One of the biggest trends is the adoption of an inbound marketing approach, which at a high level means driving inbound prospect leads versus relying on continually pushing out messages. It starts with creating engaging and search-optimized websites, capturing leads with clear and compelling calls to action, such as signing up for an eBook, and then nurturing those prospects over time by communicating relevant and useful information that ultimately helps encourage those prospects to purchase. Talent acquisition teams are applying these same methods and using new technologies so that they can fuel the same process to build and engage their own talent pipelines.

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Encourage a Culture of Internal Mobility to Build Talent Pipelines

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: September 7, 2016

Have you ever struggled to find the right candidate for a position in your organization? You’d be hard pressed to find a talent acquisition professional who could answer that question with a resounding, “Nope!” In fact, research from HCI has shown that organizations with an internal talent sourcing strategy report less of a struggle to fill leadership positions than organizations that search for talent externally.

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