I do not know Matt (the author), but an interesting read under the title:
Recruitment in Ireland, Competition vs. Cooperation, and Facebook
From Matt who describes him selves as:
I’m working as a consultant, creating new marketing and digital strategy solutions for the company…
It is interesting to see how Microsoft employees know how to blog only, and I mean ONLY about Microsoft. They might stride to a game of golf, but in general, every single blog post from a Microsoft employee is about the Glorious Microsoft. No other company managed to ‘swing’ the employees as well as Microsoft does.
Declan is a Lead Techincal Recruiter in Dublin. Check the blog yourself:
‘www.joinmicrosofteurope.com is brilliantly designed using’…. something tells me I will disagree, but let’s not jump o conclusions, perhaps this Silverlignt is not as it looks like, just another Flash. I will be writing about SilverLignt as a development platform for a recruitment agency web site early in the next year. It would be interesting to see if Silverlight can challenge WordPress (on php!).
Check the Microsoft Europe Recruitment Web Site:
Comments are welcome!
Silverlight? I am curious to see how well can the spiders index the content on such a web site…
The WordPress blogging engine that is blog is written on has a built in RSS feed. The RSS feed is under the URL:
Which is exactly where you would expect it to be!
Anyway, a RSS feed is what you can send your job hunters to subscribe to on your job site. Most of the good job boards do it, but Irish Recruitment Agencies and the Direct Employers especially fail here graciously.
Just imagine where your recruitment web site feed (RSS) that delivers a new job to the RSS readers as each time you post a new job.
So exactly what Google XML Sitemap does to the Google search engine results page (SERP), where you can ‘push’ your new page in the SERP instantly, the RSS ‘pushes’ the new job to the RSS reader like Microsoft Outlook 2007.