06.20.17 | Sales Recruiting | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Inc.
Top 50 sales influencers you need to follow now. When you hear people talk about sales influencers, immediately some of the biggest thought leaders in the industry come to mind. You know those movers and shakers that have trail blazed the sales industry for the rest of us. I recently reached out to my sales network and asked, who are some of the top sales influencers that all sales professionals need to follow…right now? And they responded…If you want to be #1 sales rep in your company or a sales leader that drives performance, make sure you check out all of these sales influencers.
08.23.16 | Job Search & Career | Dan Fantasia, Founder and CEO of Treeline Incorporated
If you are a sales and marketing professional then you are already in tune with web 2.0 best practices. If you have a contemporary approach to working with customers then you understand that consumers purchase differently than ever before. You know that they are well educated and can access information in seconds. You understand that the ultimate goal is to drive traffic. Not only drive traffic but relevant and sustainable traffic to your site.
01.21.14 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Job seekers, I know that you have probably already received endless advice on social media. You read articles on how to set up social media sites, how to create a personal brand, which sites you should be using, and what you should and more importantly should not be sharing on social media sites.You’re told that potential employers are searching for you on social media sites and that it can make or break you landing an interview, so since we work in the recruiting space we decided to conduct our own survey.
12.05.13 | Job Search & Career | Dan Fantasia, CEO at Treeline, Incorporated
These days, the most effective job seekers find opportunities not only by using the traditional resume, which is still a necessity, but by also building a strong social brand. What is social brand? We constantly hear how important it is for companies to have a social brand in order to create a strong online presence, as well as a loyal customer base and community. However, it is equally, if not more important for job seekers to create a social brand, and by this I mean establishing an online identity that effectively communicates who you are as a professional and as an individual.
08.15.13 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Social Media Marketing Specialist at Treeline Incorporated
A job search can be tough during any given point in the year, but for some reason or another it always seems to be difficult during the holidays and summer months. Why is that? Well for one it seems like everyone is on vacation at the same time. You may find yourself wondering if anyone is even hiring because you haven’t heard back. And on top of that, there is a whole new wave of recent millennial graduates entering the work force during the summer months, so again my question is how are you handling your job search this summer and what are you doing to stand out?
03.18.13 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
Despite popular belief, manners DO exist online. Whether you are posting something on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter - or even sending an email to someone there are appropriate rules of engagement. I don't claim to have all the answers, and I will certainly not deny committing some sort of past crime against the rules of online etiquette, or 'netiquette' as it is sometimes called. But I try to adhere to some sort of rules of engagement online. I have become more and more stringent over the years because, quite honestly, I have been the victim of people who have no netiquette.
09.12.11 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
With U.S. Employers adding no new jobs in August and unemployment hovering around 9.1% how do you find your next job? When I ask my average candidate this question, they typically respond with "the boards:" monster.com, careerbuilder.com, indeed.com, etc. However, the fact of the matter is that the boards are antiquated and are going the way of the dinosaur. This is a popular notion and has been referenced by many others from the Wall Street Journal to the Gurus on LinkedIn. So if the job boards are no longer effective how are people finding opportunities?