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5 Factors To Consider Before Launching A Recruitment Podcast By Mandy Watson

For recruitment firms, when exploring new methods of communication and increasing brand optimisation, a podcast series could be a fantastic platform to attract new clients and candidates, as well as supporting existing ones.  Mandy Watson, founder and director of the recruitment firm, Ambitions Personnel, launched The Ambitions Podcast last year. Featuring her team of specialists […]

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For recruitment firms, when exploring new methods of communication and increasing brand optimisation, a podcast series could be a fantastic platform to attract new clients and candidates, as well as supporting existing ones.  Mandy Watson, founder and director of the recruitment firm, Ambitions Personnel, launched The Ambitions Podcast last year. Featuring her team of specialists and external guests, the podcast covers a range of recruitment topics and workforce issues. A successful initiative for her business and an opportunity to highlight her team’s expertise, Mandy shares five factors other recruiters should consider before launching their own podcast series.  Content – keeping subjects simple will create better insights Recruitment is a promising niche for a podcast series, as it is something everyone has experienced, whether they are an employer or candidate. But sometimes, the broader the subjects, the more pitfalls there are.  It’s easy to weaken content by trying to cover too…

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