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These videos and blogs show you how to market your recruiting firm.
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Recruiters: Disappointing Loss OR a NEW Beginning for Your Recruiting Business?

June was a big month for me. Two big “endings” … or are they new beginnings? My son finished Little League, and in spite of my managing the team, they figured out how to win a championship! But, he’s done in Little League which has been a HUGE part of the last 12 years of […]

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Getting MORE Recruiting Clients…The EASY Way!

Last fall I had a fantastic interview with recruiter, author, executive coach and big biller Carolyn Thompson and wanted to share a few quick take aways she shared in the interview that you can use RIGHT NOW to increase your productivity! On Motivation: When Carolyn’s recruiters or coaching clients lack motivation the first place she […]

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Recruiters: Creating the WOW Factor With Your Recruiting Clients

Watch the Below Video where I give you 3 specific ideas on how to create the WOW factor with your recruiting clients. This is an area NOT taught in most recruiting training or recruiting seminars… It’s only 3.5 minutes… What are you doing to create a fantastic client experience??

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Recruiter Training: 4 Marketing Tips That Work in 2009

If your recruiting marketing technique sounds largely like it did 2 years ago and you are frustrated with your results, well, keep reading. First, the least effective type of marketing call to make in 2009 is the “check in”.  You know, “Hey, we haven’t spoke in a while, just checkin’ to see if you have […]

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Great Recruiter Training at Fordyce Forum

The people at ERE do such a great job putting on the Fordyce Forum each year.  Prior to coming I spoke with many recruiting firm owners who decided not to attend this conference, or any others this year for that matter because of the economy.  “It’s too expensive.”  or “I can’t afford the time away from my […]

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