Your Last Chance for an Evaluation! (No, Not Really)

Matt DeutschIs this really the last chance for your recruiting firm to get a FREE website evaluation from Top Echelon?

No, it’s not . . . not really.

BUT the response to our free offer has been tremendous, as over 125 recruiting firms have indicated they want to have their website evaluated.  As you might imagine, we’re working at a fever pitch to provide those evaluations.  (Each one involves a three-page document outlining our analysis and recommendations.)

We’re in the process of scheduling consultations to review the evaluations.  Since it’s only January 2, there’s still plenty of time to request an evaluation and schedule a consultation.  (Unless, of course, you’re still on vacation.  In that case, you might have some hesitation in regards to this proclamation.)

Where was I?

Ah, yes.  This blog post will be the last time we reference our free website evaluations for a while.  We have other irons in fire, bigger fish to fry, more chickens to count before they hatch, and so on.  (Not the least of which is the 2013 Top Echelon Network National Convention!  Have you registered?  Have you?)

In the meantime, let me reiterate that there are four areas we address during these evaluations.  Of course, in keeping with Top Echelon’s mission statement, our focus on these areas is designed to help recruiting firms make more placements.

The four areas are as follows:

  1. Layout/design
  2. Navigation/functionality
  3. Search engine optimization (SEO)
  4. Mobile availability (responsive design)

Our recommendations are based upon over 15 years of providing website services for recruiting and staffing firms and our dedication to staying up-to-date on the latest in website tools and technology.

Remember, all we need to conduct a website evaluation is your firm’s website address, which you can submit by clicking on the link below:

Click here for your FREE website evaluation!

The year 2012 was more like a compressed zip file than an actual year, 12 months condensed into what seemed like six.  The next time you turn around, it will be the Fourth of July . . . then Labor Day . . . then Christmas again.

Take the opportunity now for an evaluation.  Then you won’t have to worry about it.  The site you save may be your own.


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