How to Achieve Your Staffing Company’s Marketing Goals Through Blogging

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We originally made this infographic to share with our blogging clients but we’re feeling altruistic this week so we’re sharing it with all of you! Staffing companies often inquire about our blogging services because they’ve heard it’s something they should be doing, and that it’s great for SEO, and social engagement. These things are all true…

3 Reasons to Write Unique Job Descriptions

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If your job board isn’t currently hosted on your own site and isn’t adding to your SEO, then we need to talk. Working hard to get people on your site and then just sending them off to an ugly, non-mobile job board is bonkers. “But my job board is on my site, and it looks…

Don’t Bury Your Testimonials (and other content) Where Nobody Goes

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I’ve talked about testimonials before – they are a great way to share success stories with potential customers and basically say “hey, we’ve done this before and we’ve done a great job. This person says so right here!” Whenever we work with a new client and make them an awesome new staffing website, we do a content…

4 Things You Can Learn About Social Marketing from a Hipster Barbie

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Have you seen the Hipster Barbie? If you haven’t, you probably have a version of her in your Instagram feed (especially if you hail from Portland, just like us). Hipster Barbie (or really, Socality Barbie) is an Instagram account that skewers the #authentic #pacificNW #adventureliving people that populate your Instagram feed with pictures of antlers…

4 Ways Your Staffing Company Can Create It’s Own Coke Bottle

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Way back in 1915 when Coca-Cola was still a nascent soda company, they were having trouble differentiating themselves from the competition. Not only was the soda being packaged in inconsistent bottles across different regions, other soda companies copying their bottles and labels making it hard for consumers to stay loyal. Coca-Cola asked ten different glass…