Tribepad blog

Improvements to the community manager dashboard

July 9, 2011 4:59 am We have been working on a number of improvements to the Business Intelligence suite within Tribepad. Our real-time analytics engine allows for a real-time analysis of whats happening on holistic view across all vacanies and amongst all jobseekers. Furthermore, its possible to drill down into a specific job and see how job seekers progressed through… Read more

Improvements to Social Network Integration

July 7, 2011 4:59 pm We have now updated our authentication service to allow users to create accounts within Tribepad using their current social networking usernames / passwords. With the launch of Google plus last week we now have the main four (Linkedin, FaceBook, Twitter & Google) covered and allows job seekers to use whatever they feel comfortable with. Tribepad…. Read more

Tribepad’s CV Parser saves your job seekers and hiring managers time

June 28, 2011 7:54 pm Tribepad’s CV parser allows job seekers to upload their CV to automatically create their online profile.¬† Our parser is clever enough to extract all the key details from a job seeker’s CV, such as their current job title and company, their education and career history, name, address, contact details etc. This saves your job seekers… Read more

Languages, Languages everywhere…………….

June 21, 2011 3:08 pm Tribepad is build on a flexible, scalable framework which makes it easy to add modules and languages rapidly. Here is a screenshot of our newly released language selector. So thats 37 languages and counting ūüėČ Tribepad. Social. Global. Smart ūüėČ

Talent Clusters and Invitation to apply

June 19, 2011 2:37 pm We have been working on some advanced Talent Clustering functionality recently based on semantic tagging and pattern recognition technologies. Firstly, what is a Talent Cluster and how does it differ from a Talent Pool? A Talent Pool is simply a grouping of people based on some¬†arbitrary¬†criteria. eg. “Marketing” or a “Financial Controller” pool. A Talent… Read more

Social Recruiting Conference #SRCONF

June 17, 2011 7:19 am Alan Whitford and Vic Okezie are bringing back the Social Recruiting Conference on 30 June to London. It is the event to attend if you want to learn exactly how today‚Äôs forward thinking companies are utilising Social Media as part of their direct sourcing strategies. ¬†Leading employers and recruitment industry professionals are gathering to passionately… Read more

Recommendations Engine

June 16, 2011 10:32 am We have made some improvements to the recommendations engine and will be shortly rolling out API’s to allow customers to post “recommended jobs” next to their job adverts. Customers can also recommend suitable search queries to job seekers. Adding either of these recommendations is as easy as including an API call from your careers site.

Real Time Data Analytics

June 10, 2011 10:21 am We have made some improvements to the¬†analytic’s¬†engine within Tribepad. Our customers can now track job seeker activity within Tribepad with real time data analytics. No more waiting for 24hours like you do with Google Analytics. See the trend as its happening. Watch as users log in from around the world. Map activity to see what’s… Read more

Talent community / Jobseeker community? splitting hairs…

June 7, 2011 12:01 pm Let me introduce Gareth …. apparently he is a bitzer (people in dogland call him this and read his bio) – Gareth consults on HR/Recruitment/Tech/Marketing/Social Media/Brand/Engagement/People/unconference movements/wearing tight t shirts – you name it Bitzer does it ;o) I probably should intro myself given that I have introduced Gareth in the post – I am… Read more needs a place for jobs

June 4, 2011 9:53 pm Major search engines, including Google, Bing and Yahoo, have just announced support for This is essentially a schema that supports the semantic web movement in order to put some structure and meaning around content, rather than search engines having to guess all the time. This a a very positive step forward for search engine… Read more