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Understanding the Value of Universal Analytics to the Recruitment Industry

Universal Analytics (UA) is Google’s new standard for analytics which moves away from web analytics to – well, universal analytics. In essence, it allows us to connect and measure users across the online and offline world. At the core of it, Universal Analytics requires new tracking codes. By replacing the ga.js JavaScript library with the […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Hootsuite

There’s a plethora of social media management tools available such as Buffer, Tweetdeck, IFTTT and Dlvr.it just to name a few. Everyone has their own favourite but for complete novices, here’s how you can get started with Hootsuite – probably the best free tool available today. Connect your accounts On the free version, you can […]

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Using Google+ in an integrated Search, Social Media and Mobile strategy

If you’re a recruitment agency with a decent marketer, your organisation’s digital strategy right now focuses on three separate channels; Search (paid and organic), Social media and Mobile. Now, imagine a world where search optimisation, social media and mobile can be pulled together into a single integrated digital campaign. How can this be achieved? Here’s a […]

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Official Twitter Analytics launches…in stealth mode!

The official Twitter analytics dashboard is now publicly accessible to all users. Although surprisingly, this feature seems to have rolled out quietly and is not yet available direct from your timeline. You can log into the dashboard through http://analytics.twitter.com. The first thing you will notice is that the page looks exactly like the interface for Twitter […]

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Rule no. 12: Find out where else people are talking about you

The vast majority of internet users today rely on peer-review sites before making a purchase; from books, restaurants, hotels and even airplane seats, users happily rely on online services to aid them in making informed choices. Sites such as Amazon, Yelp, TripAdvisor and eBay have made online reviews the norm for savvy consumers everywhere. Equally, […]

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