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Recruitment Marketing

Navigating Rough Market Waters

We explore the importance of recruitment marketing and the power of utilising social media content for your business.

Maintaining a strong online presence is no longer just an option; it’s a must for recruitment businesses striving to stay relevant and connected with their target audiences. Amidst turbulent market conditions, doubling down on company social media efforts can be the lifeline that keeps recruitment businesses performing and outcompeting their competition.

Curious? Here’s why:

Maintaining visibility and owning that space in the minds of your target audiences when they think of recruitment.

While businesses looking to recruit are naturally more careful with their spending under economic uncertainty, that doesn’t mean they aren’t spending or working with recruitment businesses. One certain way to keep your business, brand, and recruiters in the minds of your target clients is to actively participate in social media. Your brand presence will not only be retained but also strengthened by target audiences and hiring managers’ engaging with your brand and content through meaningful insights, compelling material, and regular updates.

Recruitment consultants are finding it increasingly difficult to engage with hiring managers through typical telephone and email outreach tactics. Social media content released on the company’s and consultants’ personal channels can provide the bridge that keeps your brand and consultants visible and in the minds of your target audiences.


If people like you, they will listen. If people trust you, they will buy from you!

A strong and consistent social media presence on both your company and consultant social media accounts can help build trust and credibility with your target clients and candidates.

By sharing valuable content, the positive impact your services can have for your clients, and showcasing your specialist recruiters, you can dramatically enhance your brand’s credibility. In uncertain times, clients and candidates will be more likely to gravitate towards brands they trust.


Building communities of brand advocates and strengthening your professional network.

When situations get tough, people need to feel connected to others and have someone knowledgeable that they can lean on.

Social media platforms offer a unique opportunity for recruitment brands to establish a sense of community among their audiences and followers. By creating engaging and insightful content, hosting virtual and live events, releasing guides and podcasts, and facilitating conversations around shared interests and values, recruiters can strengthen their relationships with their clients and candidates, resulting in the growth of a loyal community of brand admirers and advocates.


Driving inbound enquiries, sales leads, and candidate applications.

While the primary focus of social media during tough market conditions may be on relationship-building and brand awareness, let’s not forget that the end goal is to create inbound enquiries, new clients, candidate applications, and other sales opportunities. By strategically combining a mixture of audience-focused content, adverts, service line promotions, and the latest opportunities you are recruiting for, recruitment businesses can incentivise purchase behaviour and drive revenue even in challenging economic climates.


The bottom line is…

Doubling down on your social media output during rough market conditions is becoming essential for recruitment businesses looking to weather the storm and emerge stronger on the other side. By maintaining visibility, building trust, establishing communities, and driving sales, recruitment brands can effectively navigate uncertain times and remain in the minds of their target audiences.

So, if your recruitment business has yet to fully embrace the power of social media, now is the time to start reaping the benefits it has to offer.


And this is where we come in!

Whether you are looking to kickstart your social media activity or looking to overhaul your current output, check out our outsourced social media solutions or book a call with one of our team.

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