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Recap of 2005 In Review
(January 3, 2006)
2005 In Review: 2. The Globalization of Recruiting
Gautam Ghosh was our top nominee for Best Recruiting Blog of 2005. His blog is entitled :
"Gautam Ghosh on Management: Gautam's thoughts on Organizations, Work, People, Strategy, Learning, Knowledge,
Innovation and High Performance. Focused on India, but spanning the globe." It's a stunning set of perspectives on
Recruiting, HR and business realities. It's written by an HR manager who, like Jeff Hunter, is demonstrating a world
view that adds real value at the corporate strategic table and in the industry as a whole.
2005 In Review: 3. Newspapers
Two sides of the same coin, the sale of the Knight-Ridder (KRI) empire (number four) and this year's rise of
Recruiting.com (number three) are a microcosm of the changing of the media guard. The old school, failing in its slow
and gentle way, is suffering a serious shakeup. The new school, groping its way towards the new era is built on
idealism and experimentation. (More).
2005 In Review: 4. Recruiting.com
On the other side of town, full of the ethics and values that launched the contemporary newspaper industry,
Recruiting.com took a huge stretch in awakening this year. A firm place in the muddy sea of the Recruiting
blogosphere, the operation is a labor of love. Jason Davis (who we've covered often) runs a recruting firm as his
full time gig. The weblog operation is a passion that occupies an increasing share of his time.(More).
2005 In Review: 5. Indices
In the 1990s, interbiznet was the only firm in the world tracking the detailed statistics of online job board proliferation, job posting volume, ATS company sales and so on. It was hard work and lacked the automation or elegance of the systems in place today. The market was at the mercy of one supplier of (usually optimistic) statistics. It's hard to put a coherent business plan together with only one source for your data. We've long since gone out of that business for loftier pursuits.
2005 In Review: 6. Patents
Next in the queue, at number 5, is the H3 patent for email based referrals networks. On November 22, 2005, the US Patent Office awarded patent number 6,968,313, "Method and apparatus for facilitating and tracking personal referrals". Here's the language:
2005 In Review: 7. Referral Companies
The job referral companies really changed the landscape this year. Jobster, H3, and to a lesser extent Job Thread and others, having been making a serious splash in both customer acquisition and general press attention.
In the early spring, we predicted that Jobster would be this year's winner in the buzz category. We compared Jobster and H3 (the specs are OBE (overtaken by events). We offered the following table in our three part series on Referral tools
(1, 2, 3):
2005 In Review: 8. Free Classifieds
The internet is really all about local. This year's extraordinary preaching about the flat earth aside, local services have stolen much of the thunder from the larger internet plays. This is not to say that the big job boards are in imminent danger. It just means that the competition between the new entrants will be waged at a local level.
Craigslist makes a powerful disclaimer on the top of each sale page:
2005 In Review: 9. CareerJournal Distribution
Somewhere, we read that CareerJournal, the Wall Street Journal's online career section, signed it's 100th content distribution agreement. Snagajob, a heavily trafficked job site for part time and hourly jobs, was lucky enough to be the recipient of deal 100:
2005 In Review: 10. HCI
It was a heady year with investment returning to the marketplace and actual IPOs being launched. Honest new products and approaches arrived and took center stage. The realities of the age wave we've been discussing for a decade began to take actionable shape. 2005 was a pivotal year, an inflection point in a history that seems to be unlike anything we've expected.
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