Team members of echogravity recently got into the holiday spirit to attend Illinois Search and Staffing Association’s (ISSA) Annual Meeting Holiday Party on December 4, 2014. ISSA Vice President Curtis Linder kicked off the evening by moderating a constructive “Meet the Client” Panel, with key buyers of staffing services providing their input on trends and […]

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Tons of fun was had at the TechServe Alliance show in Boca Raton! We were able to convince some of the attendees to stop by the echogravity booth and take a fun photo. Check them out and let us know which ones you think are the best! Vote and share as much as you’d like. […]

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In late July, Golf World (Golf Digest) made an important announcement about their print edition, which was first published in 1947. As part of their new “strategic vision”, the monthly magazine will go exclusively digital. In other words, there will be no more physical copy of the magazine after nearly 60 years running. On its […]

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Building an opt-in list can be prove to be a valuable exercise for your company if you are looking to increase lead generation and awareness for your business. Keep in mind that it that it takes a great deal of time and effort to build an opt-in list that serves the purpose of your business […]

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Last year, echogravity included 35 staffing and recruiting websites in our top list for 2013. This year, we scaled it back to 17 websites that we really think do a nice job in their all-around approach to conveying a solid message to the market. As part of our evaluation, we scan a wide range of […]

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At echogravity, we often talk about how difficult it is to hire sales people, especially really good ones. Over the years, I’ve probably met and interviewed no fewer than 1000 sales reps/account managers that work in the staffing and services industry. Only a small population of them hit my short list of what I would […]

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The other day, I got hung up on by a IT staffing and recruiting representative who was pitching me a Java developer candidate. I felt compelled to write about this experience because it exposes a number of very basic no-no’s that give the staffing and recruiting industry a bad rap. This isn’t the first call […]

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For those of you that use Wild Apricot as your association software, you’ve got a great platform in place for running your association operations. Wild Apricot is very good for managing members and events, collecting donations, running financials, email workflow, and for communicating news about your association. But there is one thing that needs attention […]

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