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Social Recruiting (v.): The practice of using data, analytics, conversion optimization, and social media to help surface and convert the ideal candidates.

– Travis Wright, CCP Global’s Chief Marketing Technologist

1FIND TALENT FAST WITH SOCIAL MEDIA!

Social recruiting takes your positions beyond job boards and puts them where candidates already are, resulting in high job visibility and immediate results!

2MICRO-TARGET YOUR IDEAL HIRES!

Leverage micro-targeted social advertising to surface and attract the highest quality candidates – including those who aren’t actively looking for a job!

3BE MORE APPLICANT FRIENDLY!

Recruiting with social media makes the hiring experience more applicant friendly and effective. It strenghtens your employer brand.

Contact CCP Social Recruiting

We would love to talk with you about your recruiting needs. 

We use data, analytics, paid social advertising, micro-targeting, retargeting, custom landing pages and data science to help you locate your best candidates. 

Fill out the contact form here and we'll reach out to you with more information, or feel free to reach out to us at:

socialrecruiting@ccpglobal.com

913-948-7400 ext 1004

ccpdigital.com

 

Thank you! We look forward to speaking with you.

What we believe.

We believe that a recruiter’s time should be spent with candidates who come to their door and want to explore a new opportunity. We believe that making a recruiter’s job more efficient is our priority. We empower our clients and increase efficiency by providing recruiting solutions using innovative technologies. Our services make talent acquisition simple for you!

Empowering you.

We work to understand your recruiting goals and challenges. Our primary focus is driving candidates to you. Our services empower you to spend your day deciding who to hire — not where to look. We make you the social media savvy company.

WHAT DOES IS COST?

We partner with you to determine the best plan for your company. Every business has unique recruiting needs, and our flexible and scalable plans vary depending on the number of hiring categories. We work with your team to find the best solution.

DO YOU TAKE A PERCENTAGE OF EACH HIRE?

Our engagement is on a flat rate established at the beginning of our work together. We do not take commissions on any hires. It is your choice who you hire — and we don’t feel we should skim anything off the top!

IS CCP’S SOCIAL RECRUITING FOR ME?

We work within all different hiring fields. Do you have recruiting goals? Do you want to amplify your recruiting and employer brand? Need more applicants? If so, then we can assist, regardless of your industry or the size of your company.

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

Getting started is easy! Simply fill out the contact form and we will be in touch. We look forward to the opportunity to empower your company and help you accomplish your recruiting goals.

“This is brilliant work! The volume and quality of candidates exceeded expectations . . . it’s a great way to stand out from the crowd!”

Izabela Puchala

Director, HR - EMEA, Ensighten

“Our recruiting immediately picked up from the ads. It’s a fantastic online recruiting vehicle for us. We use many CCP Global digital services.”

Tim Curtis

SVP, Marketing, Jack Stack BBQ

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