Why Don’t You ‘Like’ Us? (On Facebook, That Is)
As Preferred Member recruiters in Top Echelon Network, we assume that you like us. Of course, liking somebody or something these days has taken on a whole new meaning, what with the advent of the highly popular social media site Facebook.
Now you can both like them AND “like” them.
“Liking” in the Facebook sense entails clicking on a thumbs-up icon. If you use Facebook for personal purposes or your have a Facebook recruiting strategy, you’ve probably done this hundreds (maybe even thousands) of times. According to Facebook, there are currently 800 million people using the site worldwide . . . so there’s a pretty good chance that you’re using it, too.
If you are, I’d like to invite you to “like” not only Top Echelon Network, but if you use two of our other services—Big Biller recruiting software and Hiring Hook websites—I invite you to “like” those, as well.
If you’re a recruiting firm owner, I’m sure that you’d like to have other people “like” your firm, too. That’s why we would be more than willing to “like” your firm on Facebook. After all, you’re Preferred Member recruiters in Top Echelon Network. What’s not to like?
Or, perhaps more specifically, what’s not to “like”?
Just comment at the end of this blog post and include a link to your recruiting firm’s Facebook page, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll take care of the rest. And remember, if you have ideas for what we can do to entice you to like us more (not “like” us more), just let us know. As always, we value your feedback.
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