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Online Recruiting in a Slumping Economy

Please join us for this 1 hour webinar covering the topic of recruiting in a slumping economy and how a carefully thought out online recruiting effort can deliver a lower cost per hire, deliver consistent measurable results and generate a thriving database of passive candidates, even in the midst of budget cuts and job losses.

Some of the things we will cover at this webinar are:

  • Why Google is a better source of candidates than the job boards
  • How to convert more career site visitors into candidates and applicants.
  • How to measure and quantify your online recruiting efforts.
  • Why you may be wasting your pay-per-click recruiting dollars.
  • How to leverage low or no cost Social Media and Social Networking in your recruiting efforts.
  • All this without changing your ATS or redesigning your career site.

Who Should Attend: Corporate HR, Talent & Recruiting Professionals
Cost for Event: FREE
Date and Time of Event: Thursday, Dec. 4th, 2008 10:00am – 11:00am PST
Meeting Information:

Please join my meeting, Thursday, December 4th,

1.  Please join my meeting.



2.  Call in using your telephone.


Dial 914-339-0010

Access Code: 700-513-131

Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting


Meeting ID: 700-513-131

Please login 5 minutes prior to the meeting khorst@jobs2web.com or 952-697-2944.

Can’t attend the December 4th webinar?
To learn more about Jobs2Web, please contact Ken Horst, your interactive recruiting specialist at

This webinar will be presented by Ken Horst of Jobs2web.  Ken has spent the past 20 years hiring, training and managing employees and has spent the past 6 years studying and implementing Search Engine Optimization techniques.  Ken and Jobs2web use Search Engine Optimization to take advantage of the massive shift of people to the search engines as their first source of job information, and of the unprecedented ability to reach a target market on any budget.

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