Carve’s social recruiting audit looks in detail at the market you operate in, your clients and your competitors. The purpose of the audit report is to establish your social recruiting footprint and inform social strategy development.
Carve Consulting has a number of partnerships with award winning digital development houses. We can assist with the development and integration of websites, apps, social profiles, games and mobile features.
Looking to find new ideas for monetization, Facebook unveiled today its new product “Facebook Gifts”. You’ll probably agree with me saying that Facebook is definitely the best birthday reminder ever invented and you wish “Happy Birthday” at least twice as more as before. Well, Facebook unveiled “Facebook gifts” to accompany these posts in a blog [...]
Today is the International Day of the Seafarer and Carve Consulting are proud to help the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrate seafarers around the world.
Thanks to Emma Mirrington and Gary Franklin who invited Paul to speak at the recent FIRM (The Forum for In-house Recruitment Managers) event on 26 April 2012.
The Facebook Timeline is great to improve the branding of your page thanks to the Cover picture and the Milestones events. But having a play with it, you’ll quickly realize that the pictures you’ll have to upload require a precise resolution to fit in their allocated space. The tip sheet below highlights the optimal size [...]
You probably already know it, the Carve team are a group of massive geeks who love to hang around on the internet to catch every social media related news story. They share it by email, by Twitter, by Facebook, but in the end it always stays in the office. So we’ve decided to share it [...]
The rise of social media usage has undoubtedly changed the way we communicate, but does it mean that the art of conversation is dead? Paul Harrison gave his views on this to BBC Radio this week. He believes that rather than social media tools hampering our ability to talk, we are now able to participate [...]
Paul Harrison was quoted in an article by Charlotte Gill in the Daily Mail on the 4th April, highlighting why we should all be mindful of what we post online. You can no longer treat your online communications as “private conversations” because online everything you say is published and potentially broadcast to thousands. The full [...]
Social Services are being forced to re-examine guidelines for closely monitoring contact between adopted children, siblings and birth parents, as the explosion of social media brings new challenges to this delicate issue. The BAAF (British Association for Adoption and Fostering) has held several conferences in 2010 to discuss the rise of Facebook and other social [...]