Sites That Help You Track Trends

The Internet is rapidly progressing toward providing us with real-time information, which makes us knowing about what’s happening exactly at the time when it happens incredibly significant. Tracking trends in order to be up-to-date on the most current information is increasingly important. A recent article provides a few tips for keeping up with the latest trends:


Tip 1: Tracking popular videos on the Internet. If you need a way to track trending Internet videos, try using The site combines all of the trending, most popular videos from the biggest social media video sites including YouTube, Vimeo, and Daily Motion. The site provides information on the video views, reviews, and what will be trending next. The site helps you find viral videos ahead of time before they explode across then Internet.

Tip 2: Tracking trends on Twitter. Try using Trendistic in order to watch trends. The site shows you the popular trends as well as what was being tweeted at the time the trends began. Other services will only show you what’s popular but won’t go into more detail about the circumstances surrounding the trending news.

Tip 3: Tracking popular searches. To follow what people are searching and what searches are trending, check out the following sites: Google Trends Hot List, Google Trends, and Trendy Bing. Google Trends Hot List provides you with the current, hottest searches as close to then they are happening as possible. Trendy Bing uses Google Trends, but put them on Bing and adds videos and photos.

Tip 4: Tracking popular images. Digg Images is the source of finding out which images are becoming the most popular on the Internet. Digg also includes popular videos as well as news, but the site especially showcases the most popular, trending images.

Tip 5: Tracking news trends. To figure out the most popular news headlines, take advantage of Newsmap. The site is a particularly good tool to help you hone in on a particular news topic or location. The site allows you to scan the headlines in order to quickly grasp what’s popular. This way you do not waste time reading multiple news sites or articles.

Scoring Your Top Passive Hires

Your ideal hire might already have another job with a competing company, so therefore, he or she is a passive candidate. You should never give up on a passive candidate if he or she is the perfect fit for the position you are trying to fill. Because you are dealing with a passive candidate. you’ll need handle the situation differently than if you are dealing with an active candidate. Those candidates who are actively searching for jobs will be sending your resumes, pursuing interviews, and networking with members of your company. You’ll need to attract and pursue the passive job candidates that you want in your company because they will be occupied doing a good job in their current positions. If you want to attract passive candidates who might be better fits than the active job seekers, you’ll need take key measures to ensure that they hear about your company and its mission. According to a recent article. here are a few tips for hiring your ideal employee:


Here are some top social media trends for entrepreneurs.

Blog actively. Blog about your industry and its hot topics in an informative way so that even when candidates are passive they are still aware of your company’s presence and its purpose. Focus on the most current up-to-date topics in the industry. Write about what people are interested in and about issues that people in the industry want to discuss more.

Look back through your resume files. When realizing you need to hire someone for a position, flip back through your old resume files because you might find a candidate you overlooked in the past for a different position.

Find out what motivates hires you want. Passive candidates are most likely not searching for a new position unless they are motivated by the mission or objectives of another company. Begin a dialogue with passive candidates about what their motivations are in order to know what it will take to drive them away from their old job to your company.

Meet face to face. You most likely will begin recruiting online, but this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t meet candidates in person to know if you get along and if they’d be a good fit. Remember not to be pushy or aggressive. Provide them information about the industry and display your expertise.

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