Blogs: They generate new business (but not if you aggregate other people’s content)

There is a trend that has been gaining momentum in recruitment over the last few years – agencies want a steady flow of blogs and articles on their websites. But the time required to produce this content is not on their side. In the fervour to ensure both volume and  frequency, many recruiters fall back …

How to get more traction from your media coverage

So, you have secured some great media coverage for your organisation, but now what do you do with it? Short of printing a copy and adding it to your clippings file that lies in the reception area for visitors to read, why not look to get some more mileage from it. Here are six key …

10 reasons why recruiters really need PR in 2018 [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you’re a recruitment agemcy, search firm or supplier to the Recruitment industry, ClearlyPR is one of just two PR firms in the UK which specialises in this field. Speak to us and we will help you to be seen, heard and read by the people you want to do business with the most. Go …

EPISODE 9 – Recruiter Radio: Making the case for executive pay

4th of January sparked a repeat of the annual public bashing over executive pay – the time of year when the media whips up a frenzy of anti-sentiment towards many of the UK’s top bosses over how much they each earn in a year. But is such negatively right, are we missing the point of …

“Excessive’” executive pay – can it ever be justified?

By Paul MacKenzie-Cummins, editor of Recruiter imPRint and managing director at ClearlyPR – the PR agency for the Recruitment sector This blog is also available as a podcast on Recruiter Radio: Listen here I was recently asked to appear on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to debate the issue of executive pay. It is a subject …