Create a Page source

by Othmane Izi

The Page  source provides a customized page where candidates can drop their resumes.

It allows you to optimize your sourcing :

  • Increase 3x your candidates by simplifying the application process (simple drop).

  • Track individual link analytics and measure campaign performance.

  • Detect the identity of the visitors and collect insights to optimize your talent acquisition efforts.

To create a Page source, follow the next steps: 

Step 1:

Click on "+"  next to Sources to  start creating a new a source.

Step 2:

Choose the Page source among the source types.

Step 3:

Choose a member of the team as a Point of contact that will appear on the page.

Step 4:

Enter a recognizable custom name for your source so that you can remember it and other users can recognize it. For example a name that indicates in which plateform you are sharing the link and for what purpose (campaign, job title, etc.)

Step 5:

Type the Welcome message that will appear on the Page. A message that prompts visitors to drop their resumes will be more successful in capturing more applications. 

Step 6:

Click on the drop zone to choose a background image for your campaign page. An image of a team of your colleagues is more likely to convert visitors into applications.

Step 7:

In the Email notification field, you can enter an email address to receive a forwarding of the applications received via this source.

If you want to hide this source from the other uers, you can make the source private

In the Source managers field, you can choose other team members to manage the source with you. They will automatically follow the source as soon as it is created. 

Step 8:

Click on create a source at the bottom right of the page, the shareable link will appear at the bottom. You can copy it and start sharing it.  Instead of indicating an email address, you can indicate the shareable link to improve the candidate experience. For example, in your job board publications, social media sharings, etc.

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