YouTube is Today's Monster.com

YouTube, when you think about it, is sitting on another gold mine.  It is perfect for recruiting and for finding jobs in today's high tech, video world. The music star Sean Combs, known as Diddy, advertised for an assistant on YouTube and received over 600 applicants. 

This is just the start.  It is going to catch on very fast.  And you will see all sites designed specifically for job recruitment quickly being replaced by YouTube, which is more open and well placed to take this space over.   As in the Diddy case, YouTube can actually make it possible for viewers to help in the selection process.  The possibilities are endless. 

Sol Nasisi
Sol Nasisi: Sol Nasisi is the co-founder and a past president of BestCashCow, an online resource for comprehensive bank rate information. In this capacity, he closely followed rate trends for all savings-related and loan products and the impact of rate fluctuations on the economy. He specifically focused on how rates impact consumers' ability to borrow and save. He also has authored a wee

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Comments

  • Anonymous

    July 31, 2007

    I dont't see YouTube taking this space. It's really a business app and YouTube doesn't have the brand to pull it off. Some company will do it though.

  • Anonymous

    August 01, 2007

    Agree with MMT - Diddy pulled a publicity stunt, but for most companies this will not be a viable recruitment tool.

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