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Minnesota Recruiters with Jason Alba, hosted by JobDig

As posted April 14, 2008 on the Minnesota Recruiters web site

During our quarterly (un)Conference events a frequent request has been to have specific topic sessions during the off months. This is our first topic session.

Minnesota Recruiters and JobDig are pleased to host an event with Jason Alba of on April 28, 2008 from 5 pm to 6:30 pm at the JobDig Corporate Office in Eden Prairie.

Social Tools and Technologies for Recruiters

LinkedIn is obviously a powerful tool for recruiters.  What about other social tools, such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs?  How can recruiters develop and execute a social networking strategy that will help them find new (and passive) candidates, engage with them and develop a relationship, enriching their candidate pool? Join Jason Alba as he shares what he’s learned as a job seeker and career management advocate, taking you on a tour of successful recruiter strategies with these four technologies.

Jason Alba is the CEO and creator of, and author of “I’m on LinkedIn - Now What???” After a corporate downsizing impacted Jason in 2006, he experienced firsthand the difficulties of conducting a job search. Drawing on his extensive computer software and IT experience, Jason analyzed the job search process and developed, the gold standard in career management technology. Jason specializes in social media, with an emphasis on getting professional or business value out of various social tools. Jason maintains four blogs, including, and is co-author of “I’m on Facebook - Now What???”

To register for this free event click: Minnesota Recruiters with Jason Alba, hosted by JobDig.

We have space for 50 attendees.

Refreshments will be served.

If you have comments, questions and ideas please send them to me.

Paul DeBettignies
Minnesota Recruiters
Co-Founder and Coordinator


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