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New Email Series Helps Recruiters Attract More Candidates and Clients

New Email Series Helps Recruiters Attract More Candidates and Clients

To help recruiters use their websites more effectively in 2012, Tristan Neagle has developed a new 6-part email series called 'How To Attract More Candidates And Clients Through Your Website'.

This informative new series looks at the fundamentals behind some of the UK's leading websites. Tristan breaks this complex subject into 6 core 'modules' and describes them in an entertaining way that makes them easy to grasp and remember.

Topics include:

*             The ONE thing your website must be able to do

*             The 2 types of functionality that actually matter

*             How to find the 'Right Kind' of traffic

*             Why you should never get hung up on the 'design' of your website

*             A basic principle which few recruiters do well and

*             A virtually guaranteed way to get your website working properly.

The series also includes a number of real-world tips, techniques and examples to help recruiters use the lessons in this series on their own websites.

Recruiters can register for 'How To Attract More Candidates And Clients Through Your Website' and receive the series free simply by visiting http://www.JustRecruitmentWebsites.co.uk/AttractMore/?osrior by emailing ri@JustRecruitmentWebsites.co.uk with the subject 'Attract more please'.

Tristan Neagle is the Founder and Director of Just Recruitment Websites and has been helping recruitment agencies develop and improve their websites for more than half a decade.

Just Recruitment Websites is a company dedicated to transforming your website into the most hard-working, efficient and profitable member of the team by increasing candidate and client attraction. For more information about their Recruitment Website Design services, visit:

http://www.JustRecruitmentWebsites.co.uk/?osrior email ri@JustRecruitmentWebsites.co.uk.

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