The Future Of Social Isn’t Content Spewing (I Hope) Arrington gels the arguments in recent conversations about the future of Social Media. In one utopian view it’s “every single human being posting their thoughts and experiences in any number of ways to the Internet.” Arrington says, “The future of social media, I hope, isn’t in more tools to help us spew more content. Instead, we need ideas and technology that can leverage all this available online content (including status and activity streams) to enhance real world social interactions.” He must be reading about the Recruiting Roadshow experiments.
Recruiting Slow? The Problem’s Not Your Tools… “If the recruiter isn’t doing well enough to afford their own iPhone, they probably can’t afford your system..”. So says Maren Hogan “What dismays me is this massive array of tools available for those of us in the talent acquisition and management spaces. Holy shitake! You’d think that with enough vendors to fill a football stadium, our issues as recruiters would be solved by now.”
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