Recruitment marketing

When it comes to job descriptions, we’re all about showing instead of telling. We’ll help you develop an effective recruitment marketing strategy using videos, photos, and social media to let candidates know what you’re all about.

75% of candidates have had a job that was not a good fit1. Let's change that.

Engage

Want candidates to picture themselves working at your company? Create job descriptions that tell your story and put them in the picture. Use photos, videos, and social media to show how they will fit in what opportunities are available.  

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Reinforce

First impressions are important. If candidates don’t like what they see, they might not even apply. Our templates make it quick and easy to align messaging, graphics, colors, and logos across your job postings so candidates focus on what’s really important: figuring out if you’re a good fit for them. 

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Stand out

Four of the six reasons candidates apply to a job are related to an employer’s brand**. We’ll give you the tools to create a recruitment marketing strategy so candidates can get to know you and see what you’re all about.

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"If a candidate doesn't see themselves in your employer brand picture, they'll move on."

– Roberta Matuson, Author and President of Matuson Consulting

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  • Monster State of the Candidate, May 2019
  • Data from Monster post-apply survey of approximately 395,000 job seekers, April 2016-June 2017