Staffing Websites – Strategies for 2019 and Beyond

Strategies, content, and features that makeup world-class staffing websites.

Is your website producing all the results it could…and should…for your company?

Long gone are the days when a website was merely an online brochure. Today, your staffing website is your director of first impressions. It’s a 24/7/265 sales rep…and recruiter. And your website is an essential part of delivering service to clients and candidates.

So how do you get your website to do more?

At Haley Marketing we’ve been developing staffing websites since 2003, and we’ve built more than 1,700 sites. We’ve also developed our own career portal software and WordPress plug-ins. And we track analytics on more than 1,000 staffing and recruiting websites every month.

What does this all mean?
It means we
know what works…and what doesn’t in a staffing website!

In this Lunch with Haley, we’ll share our best practices with you. We’ll show you the strategies, unique content, and innovative features being incorporated into the industry’s leading websites. And we’ll share specific ideas to help you maximize the response from your own website.

If you need more completed job applications…and more inbound sales leads, don’t miss this Lunch with Haley webinar.


Recorded: Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 hour

ASA CE Credit: 1.0 hour Passive CE


David Searns, Co-CEO, Haley Marketing

When it comes to marketing a staffing firm, few people know the industry like David. He literally grew up in the business. He has been helping staffing companies create innovative marketing strategies and award-winning websites for more than 25 years.

Mark Yesilevskiy, Director of Content Design, Haley Marketing

Mark Yesilevskiy, Director of Content Design, is always looking to push the boundaries of design in the staffing industry. He has a passion for taking our clients branding and transforming into attention grabbing—and response driving—websites.

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