Day 1 is a wrap. Tons of great information. Here’s what you missed.

Mike Gionta & Tracy Gibb talk social media.

Most recruiters haven’t updated their blogs in months – if they have one at all. Other recruiters think that tweeting job openings is a social media strategy. Mike & Tracy shared 5 advantages to using social media and how you can use LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to become a trusted resource. Tracy shared what most recruiters are doing wrong by visiting the websites of those who signed up for the virtual summit. She gave tips on how to engage without spending all your time on social media and ways to stay consistent in generating content.

Because the last 10-minutes were cut off, the non-downloadable replay is available FREE for a limited time. Listen to the very end as Mike offers a compelling bonus. Go to to secure your free seat.

Jon Bartos encourages you to stop throwing feces at the wall.

When Jon worked for recruiting firms, he was consistently a top biller with revenues in the millions of dollars. Today, Jon runs his own firm with offices in 5 cities. He knows exactly what it takes to boost your desk. Jon crunched the numbers to show why it’s more profitable to move to exclusives from non-exclusives. He shared why he believes that there is no selling involved in a non-exclusive search. He also shared how much companies are losing with mis-hires (this statistic alone would help you in making the case for exclusives). Jon also offers a bonus and you can get that by listening to the recording. Secure your seat at where you’ll get a follow-up email on how you can get access to the recording of this session.

Greg Doersching delivers a biting critique of recruiters – directly from HR professionals!

Most HR professionals see recruiters as overpaid resume brokers. According to a conversation Greg had with HR professionals over dinner, they shared there biggest things they hate about recruiters. One they hate are when recruiters send candidates who are underskilled or ones who have salary expectations that are higher than what is offered. HR professionals have one wish – and Greg shared this through Part 1 of his session. To get the recording for Part 1 and to hear Part 2 which airs on March 23, 2016, go to for more information.