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Backlinks are undoubtedly one of the most important factors when it comes to website ratings done by Google. Of course, there are also various other aspects you should pay attention to — but make no mistake.
By obtaining bad-quality, low relevance backlinks, you could lose a lot of traffic. Therefore, let’s focus on the most critical strategies for acquiring backlinks for your website.
Software and technology are becoming a critical component for businesses throughout the economy, not just tech companies.
This trend is growing. Before Covid-19, more than 40% of software engineer and developer hires were made by non-tech companies. During the first few months of the pandemic, while many companies were cutting staff, Facebook announced it would hire 10,000 additional product and engineering staff members. Amazon plans to surpass that.
WordPress powers such a high percentage of websites on the internet that it’s the de-facto standard. That means pretty much every software builds an integration with WordPress directly because they don’t want to exclude 40% of all the websites out there from using their services.
This also means it’s incredibly easy and affordable to find courses, training and professionals to manage your site. Websites are constantly evolving as your business evolves. Eventually, you’re going to need someone to help you scale it up or manage it. The majority of professional designers, developers, content managers, social media strategists and admin assistants are at least acquainted with WordPress and in plentiful supply.
In traditional corporate environments, the salary is often hidden because it’s a game of cat and mouse trying to figure out what salary the candidate is currently on, what they’re expecting, and what the company is willing to pay.
But this lack of disclosure hurts workers. Knowing the expected salary upfront lets a candidate understand whether a job will be financially viable for them. It also streamlines conversations later in the hiring process.
According to research from Indeed.com, 28% of candidates ghosted an employer during 2020, which is up from 18% in 2019.
In a tough hiring market, ghosting puts companies in a rough spot. More than two-thirds of hiring managers say that candidates dropping off during the application process is a problem for their company.
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