James Mayes

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Social media image size cheat sheet

In Facebook, Facebook tips, Google+, Infographic, LinkedIn, Social Media, Social Recruiting, Twitter, Twitter Tips, Video on January 15, 2013 at 11:18 am

Something that’s been a pain to me in the past, and no doubt a constant pain to everyone else who’s ever tried to carefully prepare a social media page…. what size should the image be?

Luckily, problem solved. The wonderful guys over at LunaMetrics have done the hard work for us. Not only for images though, they’ve covered video preview sizes, caption box character limits, thumbnail sizes… everything!

Image size

What’s more, they’ve covered all this for

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • YouTube
  • LinkedIn
  • Pinterest

If you build, customise or play with images, videos, thumbnails or layouts on any of the above sites…. you need this in your life!  Bookmark, enjoy! Full post here.

 

What are start-up firms really hiring?

In Infographic, Recruitment, Software Development, Start-ups on September 25, 2012 at 12:23 pm

Big fan of what DueDil are doing to make data more accessible.  Notice they’ve just completed some work with Adzuna and pulled together some analysis of the hiring position in start-up land at present. Original post here. Good work chaps!

 

jobs in startups

Cartoon: The ME guide to Social MEdia…

In Humour, Infographic, Social Media, Social Recruiting on July 20, 2012 at 11:55 am

What social media platform should I use

 

Original credit to John Atkinson @ WrongHands

Blog: The Mobile and Video in Recruitment conference visual summary #mvir

In Conference, Infographic, Mobile, Recruitment, Social Media, Social Recruiting, Video on November 17, 2011 at 4:08 pm

Attending the second Mobile and Video in Recruitment event today – wanted to share a couple of key things.  Firstly, a visualisation of the twitter stream today:

mobile and video in recruitment conference

Next up, I think probably one of the most important things on the day.  Candidates WANT to use mobile technology for jobseeking. Not just browsing, but applying, learning, following up. We’re not talking a minority either:

Finally – I’d recommend checking in on Dave Martin‘s blog of the day.  Dave spoke this morning and has captured his key takeaways here.

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