How To Write Job Ads That Win

How To Write Job Ads That Win

How To Write Job Ads That Win Write Job Ads That Win | Ads vs Posts The first step to writing a job ad that wins is to realize that it has to be an ad – not a post.  There is a difference and it matters, so let’s define these terms for the purpose of our...
Hiring An Alice

Hiring An Alice

Hiring An Alice Can We Find An Alice? Can you image the Brady Bunch without Alice?  Seriously, those people would completely fall apart without her.  The parents depend on her to feed them, wash their clothes, raise their children, and represent them to the neighbors...
Write To Only One Person

Write To Only One Person

Write Your Ads To One Person  Write To Only One Person–The Right Person When you write to only one person, you make him or her feel special.  We all want to feel special, especially when we’re buying something.  And, make no mistake, applying to your job ad is...
Cowboys and Craig’s List

Cowboys and Craig’s List

Cowboys and Craig’s List Wild Wild West  Of all of the places where we place job ads, Craig’s List is one of the most colorful.  There is very little law in this here town and survival is often determined by who has the fastest gun. Job ads in...
Never Post A Job Again

Never Post A Job Again

Never Post A Job Again Billboard Theory Posting a job opening is like buying space on a billboard that moves around your town over a period of time.  When you first post your job, it’s like having a prime spot on main street or the nearest freeway.  Lots of...