Make Some Noise About Facebook Recruiting. Join the #W4LCarnival!
On May 15 (next Wednesday), we’re hosting a Blog Carnival: we want to open up the discussion about Facebook recruiting by featuring a wide selection of posts from bloggers around the world on any Facebook recruiting topic. The posts can be new or old. You could be the author, or it might be something you have read (but please make sure you have permission to share it!). The post could be tips, opinion, speculation, a case study or simple commentary, in any format, words, pictures or video. We want the widest selection possible.
On the 15th I’m going to be reviewing each of the posts and linking back to the original content, which will send new readers to your blog. It would be great if some contributors produce new content for the Carnival. New posts will be highlighted at the top of the listings, with a link to where your post will be appearing. If you don’t have a blog, we will be happy to feature your full post here on the blog.
The rules of the carnival are simple. To be featured, your blog must feature either a topic around Facebook or Facebook recruiting, apart from that anything goes. (Apart from the usual rules of decency.) Posts will be featured in the following order:
- New posts written for the carnival
- Old posts submitted by the author
- Readers favorite Facebook posts
I always enjoy hosting a Carnival because I get to read the range of posts on a topic, and you can’t fail to be impressed by the effort that bloggers put in to share their views and experience with their audience. I have great respect for my blogging compatriots who put in the effort week in, week out, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to feature their work.
To get featured send me a link, a copy of a new post with a link to where it will be published, or a post to publish by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 14th May.
This post was written by Bill Boorman