staffing firm marketing

Staffing Firms: Optimize LinkedIn Marketing

As you may know, LinkedIn is a platform for the professional and labor world. Its focus is working as a professional network integrator. LinkedIn is the most effective social media channel for the generation of leads. Staffing firms use LinkedIn marketing to reach candidates. Social media is constantly changing, so we need to adapt our

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8 Email Marketing Campaign Tips for Staffing Firms

Email is not dead! Email marketing campaigns are proven to increase revenue directly. Sending effective emails that do what is intended is tricky, but most of the time you are overthinking it. Communicating to your audience through email gives opportunities to get personal and reach them directly. Check out these eight essential email marketing tips

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5 Ways to Create a Standout Staffing Firm Marketing Strategy

In our digital era, by now you know the importance and power of having an effective marketing strategy for your staffing firm. But are you equipped with the know-how to make this vision a reality? We’re here to provide you with five ways to create a standout staffing firm marketing strategy that is sure to

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Stop Saying You Are Partnering With Your Clients if You Are Not

We work with clients every single day on how to win clients. We work on lead generation, sales and recruiting enablement, messaging and differentiation, social media, websites and more, but we haven’t spent time talking about what it means to be a “TRUE” partner to your clients. Most staffing firms say that they are a

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S.J.Hemley Marketing Turns 8 and Wishes The Whole World Success

WOW! S.J.Hemley Marketing began 8 years ago. We began with the simple concept that small- to mid-sized staffing firms needed the same marketing capabilities as the largest staffing firms; however, they needed it to be variable in its approach. The firms needed access to marketing on a less than full-time basis and within a budget

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