The Hot List: 5 Social Recruiting Blogs to Follow Now

One of the greatest things about social media is being able to share ideas. There is an overwhelming amount of information and data, and it is exponentially growing. With Social Recruiting on the up and up, we thought it pretty necessary to break down some of the coolest and most valuable blogs out there today.

Here, in no particular order, are our current favs:

1. Greenhouse

Greenhouse is known for software that creates a more effective way to recruit, from bolts to nuts. But they also boast an intelligent, witty team of recruiting specialists who are happy to share their recruiting insights on their blog. You can easily sign up to get weekly updates and stay in the know.

2. Matt Charney’s Snark Attack

If you are looking for an informative blog that also makes you laugh and leaves you feeling a part of some cool recruiting underground, Matt Charney’s Snark Attack is for you. He keeps you up to date with the latest in recruiting news, and adds his own brand of charm, to make reading this blog good for the mind AND the soul.

3. Indeed Blog

Everyone in the recruiting world knows Indeed to be the job board leader for both candidates and employers alike. And they aren’t hesitant about dishing out their latest finds and tips on their own blog. It’s a great place for both sides of the #RecruitingExperience to come for up to date ideas on finding a job and finding talent.

4. The Undercover Recruiter

The Undercover Recruiter’s got a dashboard like Instagram and a blogger base akin to the cool kids’ table in the school lunchroom. It’s easy to navigate, and its step-by-step, “Top 10”, Buzzfeed-type content make the entire UE digestible and fun to read.

5. Marenated

Maren Hogan is a world-class marketing strategist aka the “Chief Marketing Brain” at her own company who just happens to also be an expert in Talent Community Building. And guess what? She shares her stuff on her own blog. You’ll want to take notes on this one, people.
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