This is the final piece in our four-part series on how recruiters can increase candidate response rates. Last week, we went over why recruiters should customize their approach for each candidate they contact. In the conclusion to our series, we’ll discuss CTAs and the dos and the don’ts of the follow-up email.
You’ve done your research. You’ve found the top candidates. Now comes the hardest part of candidate sourcing: how do you get them to respond to your emails?
While some recruiters might jump the gun – shooting off a cookie-cutter job listing to everyone on their list – you know better.
Marketers and sales people have depended on business cards for too long! You collect piles of contacts from trade shows, conferences, and other business events, which you have to manually input into a CRM. You keep the cards in heaping piles in case you need to refer back to them, but would you even be able to find the one you’re looking for?
Maintaining a good email reputation is the best way to ensure the deliverability of your messages. Internet service providers (ISPs) are always coming up with new ways to block spam, creating a never ending battle for marketers to reach their intended recipients and protect their company’s sender reputation.