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Author: Brittany Osteen

Repurposing Content Across Social Media for Maximum Engagement

Reading Time: 8 minutes Repurposing content to increase engagement Your job candidates are hitting anywhere from 1 to 18 places in their process of researching your team and company. More likely than not, your social media profiles are one of those places and they’re looking to get an idea

This item has no place on your career site!

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are serving our clients (yes, hard hats were required at one site!) and fostering a sense of community among our employer branding friends. We are so grateful for you, and look forward to connecting with you soon. Check out what else we’re working on:

Does your career site need improvement? Tips in here! – October 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes This month at Stories Inc., we’re celebrating the art of the career site. We’ve declared it #OctoberCareerSiteTakeover and we’re sharing content all about perfecting company career sites throughout the month. From our favorite career sites, to the content you need to have on your career site,

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Content You NEED on Your Career Site

Reading Time: 7 minutes How would you rate your career site? Is it… Easy to read? Pleasing to look at? Do you recognize the people on the page? Does it represent the way you feel coming in to work every day? If the answer is “no” to any of

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Better Employee Empowerment for Better Customer Service

Reading Time: 4 minutes During my summer with Stories Inc., I spent my time learning about employer branding, recruitment marketing and the power of storytelling. While researching trends to write about for our blog, I was searching companies social media presence.  Check out my post on Employer Branding Hashtags

A Study in Branding and Benefits: Cities Race to Impress Amazon

Reading Time: 7 minutes Amazon is looking to find a home for its second headquarters HQ2, and cities across the United States are doing just about anything to throw their hat in the ring and prove themselves worthy. Cities are offering incentives, running ad campaigns, and presenting development plans