New Whitepaper From Work4 Reveals How Talent Acquisition and Employer Branding Professionals Use Facebook’s Recent Updates for More Effective Social Recruiting

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The creator of the #1 Facebook Recruiting Solution explains how to leverage updates to the Facebook platform for social recruiting in “Four Facebook Updates You Can’t Ignore”.

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Four Facebook Updates You Can't Ignore

“Our goal is to help recruiters increase candidate flow and build a talent pool by giving them strategies for quickly and efficiently adopting the latest Facebook developments and using them to their greatest advantage.”

Over the past year, Facebook has released several updates to its user interface and ads platform that will change the way companies and users interact online. Work4, a market-leading provider of social and mobile recruiting solutions with deep integration into the Facebook platform, has released a whitepaper, “The Four Facebook Updates You Can’t Ignore,” detailing how these updates can be used to optimize a Facebook recruitment strategy.

“To fully engage potential candidates and members of a social talent community on Facebook, employers need to understand the nuances of the platform they’re using,” said Work4 CEO Stéphane Le Viet. “Our goal is to help recruiters increase candidate flow and build a talent pool by giving them strategies for quickly and efficiently adopting the latest Facebook developments and using them to their greatest advantage.”

This whitepaper breaks down the “three pillars” of Facebook, in addition to new forms of ad targeting, in an easy-to-read guide. It explains how recruiters can:

  • Source talent more effectively with Graph Search
  • Optimize their Facebook Timelines to improve candidate relations
  • Attract and engage talent with content on the Newsfeed
  • Intelligently target talent and save money with new Facebook Ads

For a copy of this whitepaper, please click here.

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