With 94% of recruiters admitting that they use social media for candidate sourcing, the competition for tech talent is as fierce as ever. However, it’s wrong to assume that you can’t stand out from the IT recruitment crowd. There are many ways (some of them creative) in which you can use social recruiting to source new hires!
In our previous articles, we already discussed how you can leverage LinkedIn, and communities like Stack Overflow and GitHub to find developers for your team. Now, we’ve decided it’s time to see what Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have to offer in the matter.
Below, you’ll find a list of social recruiting best practices, as well as channel-specific tips & tricks that will help you boost your talent sourcing efforts. As a bonus, we’ll also share a pro-tip on sourcing tech talent on Reddit and how you can match its users with their social media accounts.
Let’s jump right in!