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The power of no

The Power Of ‘No’: Why I Rejected 3 New Clients Last Week…

 

I’ve been my own boss for some years now and to be honest, I’d never go back to working for someone else. That doesn’t mean the last few years have been easy, they certainly haven’t. I’ve made every mistake under the sun.

  • I’ve taken on clients that have hardly any budget and have ended up COSTING me money.
    I’ve stuck with clients that pay a pittance but want the earth.
    I’ve put up with clients that have been, to be frank, complete arseholes.
    I’ve made about a thousand other mistakes and I’m sure I will continue to do so because I’m human.

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6 SEO Techniques You Need to Stop Doing NOW!

You know what? SEO isn’t really that difficult. It’s time consuming, and it can be frustrating at times, but it’s all pretty straightforward as long as you have a bit of common sense (or have someone who knows what they are doing). Like most things in life, SEO has developed over time, but unfortunately some of the old, spammy and blatantly ineffective techniques are still prevalent by some SEOs. If you are using an SEO service that are utilising any of the following, it might be time to have a word with them… Continue reading “6 SEO Techniques You Need to Stop Doing NOW!”

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Blah, blah, blah… Why most recruitment agencies are getting content marketing wrong

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Beware! Use caution when reading articles about social recruiting…

Take a look at your Linkedin feed and you’re almost bound to come across several articles talking about utilising social media as a way of securing new clients for your recruitment agency. You’ll see titles like ‘Tweet Your Way to Recruitment Success’, ‘Instagram for Recruiters’ and ‘Social Recruiting is the Future’. Continue reading “Beware! Use caution when reading articles about social recruiting…”